"Walking Dead" breaks basic cable record, ccores 10.9 million viewers

If you haven't watched last night's Season 3 premiere of "The Walking Dead" yet, then you'll want to skip this story. If you have, then you're probably wondering who the hell that was in the final scene. Read on for all the details along with the show

Nationally, “The Walking Dead” drew 10.9 million viewers at 9 p.m. It was the most-seen episode in the series' history and the ratings were up 50 percent from last season's premiere. ”The season 3 premiere now reigns as the biggest telecast for any

“The Walking Dead” came back season 3 Sunday night with a wordless opening scene that identifies how much time has passed not by any dialogue but by how pregnant Lori is – very pregnant indeed. Another sign that six months has passed: the wariness

"The Walking Dead" – which came to life last night with an especially gory, over-the-top, zombie splatterfest that eschewed talking in favor of killing already-dead-zombies – has set a record: 10.9 million viewers. That ranks as the most viewed episode

In our “Twilight”-obsessed culture, there's a lot of pressure to buy into the will-he-bite-or-won't-he appeal of vampires. But a true monster, as the novelist Colson Whitehead put it in The New Yorker recently, “is a person who