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‘The Walking Dead’ Fans Devastated By the Mid-Season Finale’s Big Final Scene

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(All the spoilers ahead for the mid-season finale of AMC’s “The Walking Dead”) “The Walking Dead” left off with a pretty brutal final scene as it went into the mid-season break for Season 8, and plenty of fans are devastated. The mid-season finale saw the Saviors escape from their base, the Sanctuary, which has been surrounded by walkers for most of the season. With the forces of Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) free, the war that Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his allies have been winning suddenly went another way. The Kingdom fell to the Saviors and King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) was captured, »


- Phil Hornshaw

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‘The Walking Dead’ Surprises: 24 Times the TV Show Has Strayed From the Comics (Photos)

5 hours ago

The AMC TV adaptation of “The Walking Dead” generally follows the path of the graphic novel series it’s adapted from, but it’s often changed things up quite a bit. Here are 23 examples of times the show took a meaningful diversion from the story that “Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman laid out on paper. It’s a formula that’s worked well for the show, which ash become the highest rated cable show in history and regularly posts viewership numbers in the tens of millions. A worthy expense, it turned out, for AMC. “The Walking Dead” has kept viewers guessing by killing characters. »


- Phil Owen

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Here’s the Shocking Thing That Happened on the ‘Walking Dead’ Mid-Season Finale

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(Spoiler warning, again, for the mid-season finale of AMC’s “The Walking Dead”) So that happened. “The Walking Dead” Season 8 went into its mid-season finale by leaving the outcome of Rick’s war against Negan in doubt, and another major fan-favorite going down for good. After they managed to escape the Sanctuary, which started the season surrounded by walkers, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and the Saviors returned to the war path, attacking the Kingdom and Alexandria, with some pretty devastating results. The Saviors burned most of Alexandria to the ground as they hunted for its survivors, and though the subjects of the Kingdom. »


- Phil Owen and Phil Hornshaw

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‘Stranger Things’ Gets a Hilarious Bad Lip Reading Makeover (Video)

6 hours ago

A little creative voice overdubbing and Bad Lip Reading made an episode of “Stranger Things” even stranger. The YouTube channel known for their creative overlay of fresh dialogue that matches the lip movement of the characters set their site on “Stranger Things” and, as a result, turned the Netflix sci-fi series into a ’80s family dramedy more likely to be seen on Freeform. The 18-minute video kicks off with peppy theme music and a kindly narration setting the scene. The characters are tweaked, thanks to their new wacky dialogue, with Mike’s new catchphrase (“super freak”), Karen bragging about her “new tattoo, »


- Rosemary Rossi

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Angry Grandpa, Cranky YouTube Sensation, Dies at 67

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Charlie Green Jr, better known as YouTube personality Angry Grandpa (Agp), died Sunday after a short battle with skin cancer. He was 67. His son Michael announced the news on Twitter, saying, “Heaven just got a whole lot angrier. Dad, I’m going to miss you more than I even understand as I write this. I already miss you more than you’ll ever know. I’m so sorry that you couldn’t enjoy your fame longer but I’m so happy that the last 10 years of your life had a purpose.” Heaven just got a whole lot angrier. Dad, I’m going to miss you. »


- Rosemary Rossi

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Chris Evans, Sean Hannity Reach Out to Bullied Kid Keaton Jones

9 hours ago

Politically, Chris Evans and Sean Hannity probably don’t agree on anything, but Captain America and the Fox News host are both reaching out to show their support for Keaton Jones, a boy whose tearful speech against bullying went viral this weekend. In the video, which was posted by Jones’ mother, Kimberly, the boy tearfully asks why kids pick on him by making fun of his nose and telling him he has no friends. “What’s the point of it?” he wondered aloud. “Why do you find joy in taking innocent people and finding a way to be mean to them? »


- Jeremy Fuster

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