Sunday April 20, 2014




TV Blog Buzz: 'Walking Dead' returns; a behind-the-scenes look at 'SNL'


This image released by AMC shows Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes in a scene from the season four premiere of "The Walking Dead." Wired's Underwire blog has a primer on the mid-season return of "The Walking Dead" with a handy button that'll let you get caught up and join in the speculation without tripping over spoilers. (AP Photo/AMC, Gene Page, File)

Wired's Underwire blog has a primer on the mid-season return of "The Walking Dead" with a handy button that'll let you get caught up and join in the speculation without tripping over spoilers.

They've compiled the best bits from recent interviews with showrunner Scott Gimple and creator Robert Kirkman to form some educated guesses about where the next eight episodes are heading.

http://wrd.cm/1b9P1Nq

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If you're the type that doesn't mind spoilers and you actively seek them out, check out Entertainment Weekly's interview with Gimple. Of course, Gimple isn't keen to reveal the answers to all the key questions fans have but he drops plenty of clues.

http://bit.ly/1cbKeWo

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Conan O'Brien recently dedicated a night to "The Walking Dead" and got zombified himself for a bit that opened the show.

http://bit.ly/1o1ITK0

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Jimmy Kimmel has a recurring gag on his late night show that still hasn't got old: celebrities reading mean tweets.

Watch George Clooney, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Garner, Sarah Silverman, Tom Hanks, Bill Murray and others get ripped by random Twitter users.

http://bit.ly/NfRU4L

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New York magazine's Vulture blog has posted a great interview with Toronto-native Lorne Michaels where he discusses how "Saturday Night Live" gets put together each week, his work in launching Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show" and "Late Night With Seth Meyers," and why he doesn't tweet.

"I don't tweet for a very simple reason, which is that I drink," Michaels quips.

http://vult.re/1bDHW5A



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