Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Watch The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 14 Online Free - Twice as Far

Tonight, “The Walking Dead” was for the most part all about a hostage situation, and we have to be honest: It moved slowly, and it took us a long time before we started to really get invested. Walking Dead Season 6

Will that change over the course of the next installment, entitled “Twice As Far”? We hope so, since the last thing we want to do is be in another holding pattern like that before an inevitable escape. Before we analyze the promo in a little bit, let’s start things off with the TV Guide synopsis that hints at (big shocker) some supply runs that are going to be coming up:

Moving forward into this episode, one of the largest questions we have is simply going to be if Carol is going to be able to recover psychologically from what she went through on the show Sunday night. The good news is that she and Maggie made it through their hostage situation alive. Unfortunately for her, the bad news is that she had to kill so many to get to that point. Sure, it was a survival-of-the-fittest moment, but at the same time that leaves a mark on you. Even when you are someone like Carol who has been through so much, these sort of things do still find a way to stick with you.

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Watch The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 13 Online Free - The Same Boat

The Walking Dead season 6 episode 13 airs this week and some pretty strong plot spoilers have made their way online. One of which includes: "I'm Negan s**thead," is said to Rick.The official synopsis for the upcoming episode reads as follows: "Two different groups leave Alexandria on supply runs. While both are concerned with the future of the community, immediate danger will derail them." Walking Dead Season 6

TWD season 6, episode 13 titled The Same Boat airs on 13 March at 9pm ET on AMC. Click here to watch it online via live stream.

According to The Spoiling Dead Fans Facebook page, Carol and Maggie will manage to escape from the Saviors, thanks to some "epic fighting skills from Carol in particular". And eventually, the two women will be reunited with the rest of the group in the same episode. The page also posted a few details on how the episode unfolds and plays out. The fan-page added that it is not really Negan. "The saviors will tell anyone trying to harm them that 'they are Negan'."

Meanwhile, AMC has also released the official synopsis and titles for next week's episode [14] and episode 15 of The Walking Dead season 6.

Watch The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 12 Online Free - Not Tomorrow Yet

Tonight is an all-new episode of "The Walking Dead" on AMC and the gang may be in for a battle that they cannot win.

The synopsis for episode 12, "Not Tomorrow Yet," reads: "Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the group realize the only way to maintain the peace of Alexandria is to fight a new enemy. This time, though, our group might be outmatched." Walking Dead Season 6

In the preview trailer we see Rick and the team preparing to infiltrate the Hilltop Colony and battle it out. With everyone armed and ready we can only imagine what will go down. AMC also released a sneak peek clip where we see Rick giving a speech as to why they need to attack the Hilltop people. Everyone, except Morgan (Lennie James), seems to agree with their fearless leader.

"The Walking Dead," "Not Tomorrow Yet" will air Sunday, March 6 at 9:00 p.m. EDT on AMC and will be available the next day on, iTunes, VUDU, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox Video and more. AMC does offer a live stream service via its website but you must be a subscriber to the network through your cable provider.

Watch The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 11 Online Free - Knots Untie

Everyone loves a good binge-watch. I burned through the first season of Game Of Thrones in two days or so, and I made similar short work of the first season of Hannibal. It's satisfying. There's no need to sweat through a cliffhanger, you just keep right on going and find out what happens. You can keep doing that as long as you want, skipping appointments, blowing off work, and locking yourself away from family and friends until you find out just what happens to (main character) and his run-in with (antagonist or antagonists). Episodic TV doesn't have that option; you're stuck watching 52 minutes at a time until next week, and if you're stuck with a feeling of dread, then you stay dreadful for awhile. Walking Dead Season 6

One of the good points of the beginning half of this season of The Walking Dead was the way it moved from episode to episode in pretty steady rising action. Events lead to events, plateau, more rising action, climax, vacation. It worked very well. From week to week, there was typically some tension lingering, something to mull over; there was plenty of action and killing, but it was never over until it was definitively over. watch game of thrones season 6 online

This week's episode, Knots Untie, feels like a return to the rising tension of the first half of the season. Jesus, last seen escaping from Dr. Denise and coitus-interruptusing Rick and Michonne, wants to bring his new friends home to meet the family. In this case, the family is another survivor community hiding behind sheet metal walls in a place called Hilltop, a reclaimed living history museum called Barrington House that features all the amenities of a mansion of the time, including a sawmill, a blacksmith's shop, and lots of old farming implements. As Gregory (a deliciously smarmy Xander Berkeley) explains, it's a place that existed for hundreds of years before the modern world, why wouldn't it survive the end of the modern world?
Of course, since this is The Walking Dead, nothing can be easy. Even with Jesus giving Rick and the gang the lay of the land at Hilltop, there are always complications, namely that Gregory is played by Xander Berkeley, so he has to be a real jerk. He's suitably repellant, because we have to feel like Jesus is someone trustworthy, despite looking like a crazy drifter with very light fingers. His untrustworthiness helps make Jesus more trustworthy, and his sliminess immediately puts us on the wrong foot with these people so that it feels much more threatening when the outbreak of violence happens.
However, the outbreak of violence isn't contained to just a single stabbing and some broken arms, it's more than that, because there's a clear threat on the horizon returning to Rick's field of vision: Negan. Writers Matthew Negrete and Channing Powell lean heavily on foreshadowing this week to build tension for next week and the big promised assault on Negan and the Saviors for the Hilltoppers. Abraham is working over his future, trying to decide if he wants to settle down. Rick and Michonne are a new couple, and we know what happens to women Rick's interested in. And Glenn and Maggie, well... Glenn should already have been dead at least twice this season and being pregnant doesn't keep you safe on The Walking Dead.
By itself, Knots Untie is a decent episode of television, but as something designed to whet the appetite and create some serious tension, it's even more effective. Negan may not even kill anyone in Rick's group next week, but I'll be surprised if we don't see several deaths before the end of this incredibly long bifurcated season. Negan and the Saviors are the toughest threat Rick's bunch have faced since the fall of civilization; even Daryl admitted not too long ago that they were tougher than they look, and Rick is leading his people right into their home base.
Someone's going to die, be it Abraham, Glenn, Maggie, Michonne, or some combination of those two. The foreshadowing is too obvious, the push to develop the characters is too hard. Unfortunately, it's going to be at least a week before we find out who dies next, if anyone actually does

Saturday, 20 February 2016

Watch The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 10 Online Free - The Next World

"The Walking Dead" returned with a spectacular midseason premiere that had viewers gasping and shouting. The show will apparently dial the intensity back a bit as Rick and Daryl go on a road trip.
The midseason premiere of "The Walking Dead" season 6 picked up where episode 8 left off, with Daryl (Norman Reedus), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) trying to get home, Glenn (Steven Yeun) trying to get to Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the others trying to stay alive in Alexandria. The episode was undeniably intense and bloody, with a number of casualties, but ended on a hopeful note nonetheless. Walking Dead Season 6

Episode 10 is reportedly less intense as Rick and Daryl go on a supply run. But according to a synopsis for the episode, this simple run proves to be anything but simple as the two discover they're "not the only ones after a goldmine of supplies."

A trailer for the episode, titled "The Next World," starts with a shot of a car on the road. It's quickly revealed that Daryl and Rick have gone on a supply run, with the former sheriff even sounding optimistic. Daryl is then seen looking through windows and opening a garage door as Rick prepares himself for what might be behind it.
The duo appears to have heard something and quickly rush over to the side of house. Daryl is seen pointing a gun at someone and shouting for him or her to back off. The two are also seen running after something and taking out zombies. The short clip also features Michonne (Danai Gurira), who's out in the woods with Spencer (Austin Nichols). Enid (Katelyn Nacon) is again hiding behind a tree. The clip ends with Michonne entreating Diana's only surviving son to let her help him, but he says she can't.
Spencer appears to be in bad shape in the clip. While he looks clean and relatively healthy, there's something off about him, which Michonne probably picked up on.
The upcoming episode might be a welcome balm for some fans who need time to recover from the massacre that happened in episode 9. "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman even described episode 10 to Entertainment Weekly as fun.
"I can say that it's possibly the most fun episode that we've had, just seeing those two guys together," Kirkman said. "It's almost like a 'Lethal Weapon' episode. It's a lot of fun."
However, that doesn't mean it's going to be rife with comedic one-liners as Kirkman added there will still be some trauma and tragedy involved. game of thrones season 6 online

Monday, 25 January 2016

Watch The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 9 Online Free - No Way Out

"The Walking Dead" Season 6 is still currently in hiatus but will be airing for its midseason premiere two months from now.

On Feb. 14, fans will be treated with the return of the show on its Episode 9, titled "No Way Out" which is a continuation of Episode 8 showing the characters in a dangerous situation as a horde of walkers came to Alexandra.

After the attack of the walkers, fans will expect an action-packed return of "The Walking Dead" Season 6. On Episode 9, the group will attempt to escape by disguising themselves as walkers but Sam will call out for his mother which might risk them of being caught by the walkers. Walking Dead Season 6

Meanwhile, Abraham, Sasha and Daryl Dixon will be captivated by the group called Saviours headed by Negan and the three will be facing danger as well. Negan is the new big bad of the show and will be introduced on Episode 9.

Apart from that, it will feature many story plots from Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" comic books. Speculations reveal that The Hilltop community and its leader Gregory will also be introduced in the second half of the season, since this is what the Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" comic books have featured, Yibada reported.

Since people from Hilltop will be introduced, it is also expected that Jesus will be coming to the show too. Jesus once offered Rick to join the Hilltop trade network.

"There are a lot of direct moments from the comic coming up in the second half and panels that we're bringing to life — from very big comic moments to really tiny comic moments," show runner Scott M. Gimple teased.

It is also said that the Season 6 midseason premiere will shock fans with "a death or two" based on the story of Volume 14 of the comic book which has the same title as Episode 9.

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Watch The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 8 Online Free - Start to Finish

There are those in The Walking Dead who accept the New Reality – Hell is other people, not all of them dead – and there are those who don't.
This episode – the so-called mid-season finale, with obligatory cliff-hanger ending – opens in the bedroom of Sam Anderson (Major Dodson), the younger son of Jessie (Alexandra Breckenridge) and her late brute of a husband Pete. Toys litter the carpet as he draws in crayons and Tiptoe Thru the Tulips plays on the stereo; clearly, young Sam is a denier. Walking Dead Season 6

But this season has been all about the impossibility of keeping the outside horrors at bay, and as the camera follows a line of ants from the window to the half-eaten meal Sam has left on the floor, it's a portent of what's coming. No pocket money.
Well, that and the herd.
We saw the tower begin to topple last week; now it lands with a thud, taking a great chunk of Alexandria's precious wall with it. As the dust cloud erupts, there's a moment of stillness in which you can hear a bird twitter, and then the herd floods in.
Inside Alexandria, it's sheer chaos. Everyone is running for cover. Deanna (Tovah Feldshuh) trips and stumbles onto a circular saw blade. Carol (Melissa McBride) trips and hits her head. Maggie (Lauren Cohan) scrambles to the lookout post on the wall, out of bullets but not quite out of luck. Though with no water, no food and no way out, the jury is out on that one.
As Carl (Chandler Riggs) and Jessie's other son, sulky-pants Ron (Austin Abrams), join Michonne (Danai Gurira), Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) and a bunch of others, Rick is briefly possessed by the boundlessly cheery spirit of a Christian summer camp leader. "Good," he says. "You're safe."
Under the circumstances, I'd say that's insanely glass-half-full of him.
There is one tiny skerrick of good news amid all this catastrophe, though: our back-from-the-dead hero Glenn (Steven Yeun) can now see a way back to Alexandria. Though frankly, why would you want to go back in there? I mean, Maggie is cute and all, but still…
Enid (Katelyn Nacon) thinks he's off his Lazarus-shaped rocker. "This is how it happens," she says. "And it always happens, Glenn." The end, she means. Death and all that.
Glenn tells her they've got friends in there, people who care about her, his pregnant wife. "You want to run away, be afraid, forget about this? Just go," he says. "But that's how you lose people – even after they're gone."

Watch The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 7 Online Free - Heads Up

We can FINALLY let the cat out of the bag. Glenn is…ALIVE. Your Watergate/Glenngate/DumpsterGate theories were mostly right! We’ve had a lot of fun watching everyone’s paranoid takes and hilarious memes on The Walking Dead’s biggest controversy to date. To sum up, it WAS Nicholas’ intestines, Glenn DID make it under the dumpster, and he DID live to tell about it. Here’s our favorite meme about it:

BACK to the episode: With a broken flare gun and an empty water bottle, Glenn is S.O.L. Thankfully, Enid shows up and tosses him a bottled water from the roof. “Heads up,” she yells. Glenn searches for her in the nearby building (he couldn’t have gone in there earlier?!), catches up with her, and chases her out. Back in Alexandria, Rick confronts Morgan about having talk and discovers a hole in the wall that’s emitting blood. Maggie admits her optimism for finding Glenn is waning. (She also mentions Judith is starting to look like Lori…AND SHANE). While chasing Enid, Glenn comes upon a torn-up David and puts him out of his misery (how is he still THIS in tact??). He retrieves David’s note to his wife and leaves. Walking Dead Season 6

Rick tears down Father Gabriel’s prayer circle flyers (because Rick doesn’t give a F***) and later teaches Ron how to use a gun (how could that possibly backfire??) Afterwards, Rick and Carol interrogate Morgan about letting the Wolves out of Alexandria (and eventually to Rick’s RV). He admits he did but summons the example of Rick not killing him (in Season 3) as an instance of people changing. Michonne voices her skepticism and questions if he even belongs in the community.

The crack along Alexandria’s tower looks worse than ever. As Michonne and Rick discuss creating more watch points, Deanna reveals her plans for Alexandria’s future. Meanwhile, Rosita teaches Eugene, Jessie, and other Alexandrians how to defend themselves with machetes. She explains to an uninspired Eugene, “Dying is simple. The people around you dying? That’s the hard part.”

Glenn tracks down Enid and demands he take her home. After some serious persuasion, Enid reluctantly agrees to go with Glenn (with balloons)! Meanwhile, Tobin assists Rick in adding more boards to the wall. He mentions Rick scared the hell out of everyone. Glenn and Enid make it back to Alexandria to discover a herd of walkers surrounding the walls. “The world just wants to die. We’re supposed to just let it,” Enid laments.

Rick and Tobin notice Spencer climbing a horizontal rope outside the walls and rush over to help. The rope breaks and Spencer falls into a group of walkers as Tara and Michonne spring into action, take out walkers, and ultimately save Spencer. Rick castigates Tara for getting too close and she gives him the finger. He then scolds Spencer, “What…was THAT?” Rick demands. Spencer explains he intended to get in a car to drive the walkers away but Rick argues if he has an idea he needs to consult Rick first.

Morgan reveals his captive Wolf’s wound to Denise and asks her to look at it. Carol follows them and decides to drop Judith off with Jessie to further investigate. Before she leaves, Sam seizes the opportunity to have an existential conversation with Carol. She tells him “The only thing that keeps you from becoming a monster is killing.” Later, Carol confronts Morgan and asks who he has in his cell. Michonne notices Deanna included a church in her future Alexandrian plans.

While Ron follows Carl with a loaded gun, Rick apologizes to Tara and explains she didn’t have to save Spencer. Deanna thanks Rick for saving her son and uses it to explain there’s still good in him. Suddenly, everyone in Alexandria notices green balloons rising into the sky. Maggie takes it as a sign that Glenn is still alive and starts running towards the gate. Right on cue, the bell tower succumbs to its treacherous crack and FALLS AND CRUSHES THE GATE…LEAVING A HOLE BIG ENOUGH FOR EVERY WALKER TO COME IN. Comic fans should be freaking out right now.

Watch The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 6 Online Free - Always Accountable

We saw a new romance blossom and a cherished one torn asunder on Sunday as “The Walking Dead” finally wrapped up the great walker drive of 2015, cutting the herd loose to … what? Cool their rotting heels on the highway? Ease on down the road?

It wasn’t totally clear but there wasn’t time to ponder it. Because no sooner had Daryl, Sasha and Abraham left the zombies to their own devices than they were being shot at by unknown enemies. In a flash — and in classic “Walking Dead” fashion — the splinter group was splintered again, and then spent the rest of the hour trying to get back together. Walking Dead Season 6

The new love that bloomed was between Abraham and Sasha, kindred loose cannons who see in each other the problems they need to fix within themselves. (Such a dynamic might not be the healthiest emotional cement but its bond can be strong.) They spent Sunday nesting in an office that included a pet walker in a terrarium. By episode’s end, after a reckless wrestle with an impaled zombie brought Abraham cigars, a rocket launcher and some clarity, he seemed ready to embrace the future and throw over Rosita in favor of Sasha, who seemed into it. A man can tell.

The big breakup happened between Daryl and his faithful crossbow, the most enduring relationship in the show with the possible exception of Rick and Carl. It was a tough week for Daryl, who was shot at, skinned up, knocked out, tied up and shot at again, all before being robbed of his precious at gunpoint.

He began the show by laying down his bike on the pavement amid gunfire before recovering enough to flee and lay it down again in the forest. Soon he was shedding his leather jacket and giving away tickets to the gun show, no doubt fulfilling some biceps screen-time clause in Norman Reedus’s contract. (Jokes, Norman. They’re just jokes.)

Before long Daryl was knocked out and captured by the couple who would eventually steal his bow and who mistook him for a member of some other unpleasant sounding group in the vicinity. The couple (I didn’t catch their names) was fleeing said group and had a delicate diabetic named Tina in tow, along with Tina’s contraband insulin. Their grievances lacked specificity but the gist was their old group had offered security in exchange for an escalating series of indignities. “People will trade anything for safety,” the man said, reflecting a theme we’ve watched unfold in the increasingly Ricktatorial confines of Alexandria.

This other group is more of a Wadeocracy. When the group came for its insulin, a man named Wade, who we heard but never actually saw in full, sounded like he was in charge. He might just be middle management, however — “The Walking Dead” is apparently finally ready to bring on a villain named Negan, one of the baddest bad guys in the comic books, whose arrival has been hotly anticipated by fans for awhile. Reports last week claimed the show has cast Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan, who will debut at the end of this season. (Here’s a Negan primer if you don’t mind potential spoilers.)

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This episode covers some necessary character turns, but it mostly feels like checking off boxes before getting back to the exciting stuff. In short, the Alexandrians aren't doing so hot after the Wolves killed a bunch of people and Rick races up with a horde of zombies at his heels. If you thought the Alexandrians were whiny before, wait until there are a bunch of zombies pawing at the walls! Fortunately, Aaron points out the obvious: the quarry was opening regardless, and at least Daryl and the other led half the horde away from the town. This shuts the Alexandrians up, so they slink off to go be dicks in another part of town. Walking Dead Season 6

As for people whose names we know, Jessie's youngest son Sam won't come downstairs, since that's where his mom stabbed a lady to death. Fair enough, kid. Jessie's elder son Ron still kind of seems like he wants to kill Carl and Rick, but he winds up being nice to them. Whether it's part of a long con or he's actually come around on them is unclear. Still, if anyone has a valid beef with the Grimes family, it's that kid. Imagine if a dad and son moved to your town and the dad killed your dad and the son stole your girlfriend! You'd probably threateningly finger your knife, too. The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 5

Dr. Denise is still doubting her skills, so Tara swings by for a brief pep talk and Denise is able to stabilize her patient. This all just seems like a retread of Denise's last appearance, until Denise finds Tara and plants a big smooch on her. Tara's deserved something nice for a while now.

And in a particularly distracting choice, several people mention Carol despite her not appearing once, which screams "We didn't want to pay Melissa McBride for this episode."