The Walking Dead‘s ratings are so big — especially among the 18-49 demo — that it has been years since such ratings have been seen. The Allahpundit compares TWD to the old shows it now challenges, and suggests a series finale.
Speaking of humor, there’s Cracked:
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— Honest Titles (@HonestTitles) November 12, 2013
With the show’s ratings, they’re laughing all the way to the bank.
Andrew Lincoln talked to Entertainment Weekly about the 10th anniversary of Love, Actually. He’d like to get Hugh Grant and Colin Firth on TWD. [Bill Nighy, of course has already done Shaun of the Dead. -K]
AMC announced Thursday that it has renewed Hell on Wheels for an expanded fourth season.
Jared Harris married his longtime girlfriend Allegra Riggio in Miami on Saturday.
Elisabeth Moss talks to Entertainment Weekly about her turn on The Simpsons… and a little about Mad Men.
Matthew Weiner was among those TIME interviewed about John F. Kennedy and his impact on America.
Kiernan Shipka features in the creepy trailer for Flowers In The Attic.
Alan Taylor, who directed the Mad Men pilot (among other episodes), leaped to the big screen with Thor: The Dark World.
January Jones, her hairstylist and makeup artist talk to THR about one of her red carpet outings.
Christina Hendricks will take center stage at the upcoming P&G Beauty & Grooming Awards in Toronto.
Ed Driscoll joins the chorus of complaints over the lack of Mad Men Season 6 commentaries.
Vince Gilligan spoke at the U of Florida about his background as an aspiring moviemaker and the creative processes behind the curtains of Breaking Bad.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul… and David Blaine.
Bob Odenkirk talked to ScreenRant about Better Call Saul.
Shonda Rimes talked to Morning Edition about the future of Scandal.
The New Yorker looks at what Masters of Sex overlooks (so far).
Mob City – which features Walking Dead alums – has a trailer online.
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