Michonne and Daryl remind us why they top the list of characters still worth rooting for, in an episode that sets up a sprint to the season finale.
As Daryl’s rescue party deals with the fallout from an old threat, Zeke’s faire is confronted with a new one.
Zeke’s Faire is gonna be an apocalyptic Fyre Festival.
The standoff between Hilltop and the Whisperers ends not with a bang, but a slap.
Lydia’s story of growing up in the shit-hits-fan era turns out to be more complex and tragic than expected.
As Daryl and Michonne try to get to the bottom of the Whisperer threat, an escaped Negan takes a first step on the road to redemption.
The season hits the halfway mark in grisly fashion, with a shocking death and a revelation that raises the stakes for the final eight episodes.
An episode light on zombie chaos gives us a better look at Camp Dixon, but ends up offering more questions than answers.
There are some major developments among the survivors in an episode that highlights how much things have changed in the AG (After Grimes) era.
“What Comes After” delivers a huge game-changer of an ending.
Maggie and Daryl’s plan to kill Negan leads to some unexpected consequences as a pair of herds approaches.
Old antagonisms and unsettled business resurface as Rick busies himself trying to build a bridge.
An infrastructure project becomes the backdrop for tension between the series’ various camps as Rick converses with an old antagonist.
The series tries for a fresh start with a season premiere focusing on the challenges of rebuilding society after a devastating war.
It’s time for The Walking Dead to shake things up radically.
The good news: We get a definitive answer to Negan’s fate.
“Worth” sets the stage for a violent finale.
That was one of the all-time most disturbing TWD death scenes.
It’s finally time for the assault on Hilltop.
It’s looking like Negan’s reign is almost over.