Spoilers: A Major ‘Walking Dead’ Cast Faces a Horrible Death in Mid-Season Finale

November 28, 2014

The Walking Dead continues to produce heart-gripping, action-filled scenes each episode in Season 5. There’s no question why they’ve always landed the number 1 spot in TV ratings at its previous seven episodes as it always surprises its audience with controversial scenes and twisted plot lines that leaves many fans guessing. Now in its mid-season finale, you can expect nothing short of astonishing battles that will leave you gasping and wishing for more.

In last week’s episode of the Walking Dead, with Daryl’s (Norman Reedus) return, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his team were divided again as the half of them embarked on a rescue mission to rescue their friends, Carol (Melissa McBride) and Beth (Emily Kinney) from the hands of the cops holding them hostage on the Grady Memorial Hospital; while Carl, Father Gabriel, Micchone and baby Judith stood their ground in the church.

The last leg of their rescue mission will continue in Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 8, entitled ‘Coda’. Grab your Katana, Crossbow or your choice of weapon, because you will join Rick’s team in an all-out war in the midseason finale. We have spoilers ahead for you!

According to IB Times, Walking Dead fans can recall that the head of the survivors was willing to go through the rescue mission with guns blazing, but Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman) wanted an alternative to the inevitable bloodshed, which had been supported by Daryl.

Rick will continue his attempt to negotiate an exchange with Dawn (Christie Woods), saying they don’t want anyone to get hurt and just want to have their friends. He is adamant of entering a situation of not getting entangled in a fight. But, the cops have other plans and they might need to resort to violence and be forced to fight back.

A spoiler-filled synopsis for ‘Coda’ revealed that Rick and his crew’s new enemies will ‘disregard rules and morals’. They will find no peaceful resolution. Dawn had not hesitated in using force in order to get bend things to her will. Her abusive behavior towards Beth was clear as day in the past episodes. While she could get nothing out of Beth and Carol really, her decision could help her prove herself to her fellow officers. A showdown will happen between the two teams, who are both unwilling to back down to one another.

Meanwhile, Father Gabriel left the rest of his companions in the Church, much to Micchone’s (Danai Gurira). He will venture into the woods alone, unarmed and unprotected. Will he survive against the deadly Walkers in Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 8? Will he go back or will Micchone go after him?

For those wondering about the other half of the survivors, who are on their way to D.C., Now that the truth had been revealed that Eugene (Josh McDermitt) was not a scientist, the crew hit a major roadblock. Would they still go ahead to the nation’s capital? Or will they realize it’s too much of a risk and it’s time to return to the group they left in the Church?

Rumors have also swirled that the Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 8 will be a real tear-jerker. Melissa McBride commented that the next episode was a ‘heartbreak’, which probably gave more away than she thought it did.

Norman Reedus recently shared in an interview that he cried during the filming of the mid-season finale. He admitted, he had to ‘sit on apple box’ with his head between his legs for an hour. He couldn’t help, but cry. “He’s one of the characters where they keep dangling a carrot in front of him and he keeps reaching for it, but the carrot falls in the mud right before he’s about to get it.” He said.

So far, fans’ speculations were torn between Beth and Carol as the one who’s going to say goodbye to the cast. The most rampant has been Beth’s character as she faced a ‘horrible death’ next week. This has not yet been confirmed, so fans will need to watch out for Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 8.

Robert Kirkman Shares Biggest Regret For TV Version Of Walking Dead

November 27, 2014

It has been a hit comic and now has been a top rated show for AMC for five seasons. The Walking Dead has brought zombies mainstream.

Recently, Robert Kirkman, the creator of The Walking Dead comic and a producer on the AMC TV series adaptation, has revealed one major regret about the series – a regret that is actually a pretty big episode in the scheme of things. Kirkman tells The Hollywood Reporter:

“If I had to do it again, I wouldn’t have done the CDC episode [at the end of season one]”.

The finale of the first season saw CDC doctor Edwin Jenner (Noah Emmerich) revealing to the group of survivors that everyone is already infected with the virus. Why does he not like it?

“It possibly gave away too much information and was such a big change very early on in the series. I feel like there might have been a better way to wrap up the first season. It ended up being a fun episode. I love the character of Dr. Jenner and thought Noah did an amazing job. But there were things in that episode that I think seem very much not of The Walking Dead world.”

Another problem he has with it is the brief reference to French scientists being onto a potential cure for the zombie apocalypse:

“I probably would have changed that stuff. I’ve been careful in the comic series to not say what’s happening in other parts of the world. It’s something that’s going to be fun to explore in the spinoff series. But the fact that France is mentioned in that episode and other things like that, I probably would have steered away from that stuff if I had to do it all over again.”

Kirkman is also very quick to praise actress Melissa McBride for her work as Carol on the show, a sentiment many fans would agree with. He also discussed how her on screen counterpart is such a change from her comics version:

“Carol was extremely different in the comic and I was attempting to tell a completely different story with that character than what we ended up doing on the show. Carol in the comic and Carol on the show couldn’t be more different. I’m really proud of the evolution that that character has gone through. It’s one of the best parts of the show.

Melissa McBride’s performance is absolutely amazing. More than any other character, Carol has evolved in leaps and bounds. You go back to the first season and it’s almost like a different actress is playing that character because she’s so different. It’s been a really remarkable transformation in a show about transformation. That’s been a great and welcome change.”

The Walking Dead’s midseason finale airs this Sunday at 9pm on AMC.

The Walking Dead spinoff companion series takes place in the same zombie-infested universe, but instead explores what is going on in a still to be revealed other part of the world. AMC has ordered a pilot episode with Adam Davidson set to direct.

AMC hopes to air the pilot in 2015.

Melissa on what Daryl & Carol are and what fans want ‘Caryl’ to be

November 19, 2014

“The Walking Dead” slowed down for some Daryl and Carol time in Sunday’s “Consumed,” and it allowed audiences an insightful look into the current mental state of the two fan-favorite characters. It’s clear both are grappling with how much they have had to change since the zombie apocalypse hit, while also still dealing with emotional trauma from pre-apocalypse abuse.

Star Melissa McBride, who plays Carol Peletier, tells Zap2it she enjoys taking time for these quieter, character-driven episodes. She also reflects on why Daryl and Carol share such a unique connection, whether fans should read anything into that bed scene and if Carol will be strong enough to break out of the hospital with Beth.

The Walking Dead 5×06 “Consumed” Sneak Peek (Video)

November 12, 2014

Melissa McBride: Obviously, There’s Something Going on With Carol

October 25, 2014

The Season 5 premiere sealed it: The Walking Dead’s Carol Peletier is primetime’s reigning action heroine.

“She’s doing these extraordinary things that two years ago… she never would have fathomed she would be running around in a blanket full of guts, blowing things up,” actress Melissa McBride tells Yahoo TV about her character, Carol. “I love her. I’m so endeared by her.

“I was elated that the writers came up with this particular story for her, this role for her to play. I was so proud of her, creating that wonderful diversion. And I loved it that she was going to take it on at any cost, to try it, regardless of the consequences. She could be killed, she could be mistaken for a walker. Anything could’ve happened, but she was going to try, and I loved that.”

Carol’s badassery is going to be called on again and again this season, be it running off with Daryl to find Beth, as we saw her doing at the end of Episode 2, or helping her friends understand, as she puts it, that they can’t rely on luck to see them through their ever-more-dangerous world. McBride talked to Yahoo TV about why she gets so emotional about her character, why Carol is having a hard time reconnecting with her friends, and a cryptic preview of what’s ahead for Carol the rest of Season 5.

Before we jump into Season 5, when you were asked about Carol at New York Comic Con a couple of weeks ago, you became very emotional about her. What sparked that?
I get emotional when I think of her… just how far she’s come. I love the strength that she’s able to experience now within herself. My heart just goes out to anyone who has to struggle against anything like that. You think, “It’s never going to end. I can’t find the strength within myself to do what I know I need to be doing.” It’s such an internal conflict, and my heart goes out to anyone who has done what they needed to do to overcome that situation. Carol represents to me so many people who I know in my life who are still here, maybe still struggling, or who are not here anymore. [Carol] is definitely a hero to me and a hero to a lot of people who identify with her story so far. That makes me truly, genuinely, very happy.

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