AMC readies ‘Walking Dead’ spinoff
Latest Entertainment News: AMC readies ‘Walking Dead’ spinoff
“The Walking Dead” is set to begin its fourth season on AMC next month, but the network is already looking ahead to 2015, when it’s expected to launch a spinoff series to the biggest drama on cable.. Read the rest of the news AMC readies ‘Walking Dead’ spinoff at latimes.com.
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