Well here’s a link to Channel Guide Magazine‘s 2017 Fright Guide.
Every year the staff at puts their heads together to produce the most comprehensive list of Daily Listings, Movies, Specials and this year, a bonus. Read about the 13 Most Shocking Horror Movies you may have missed.
Still unsure why you should watch The Walking Dead on AMC. Yes, if you read the article attached to the link above, the stats mention the 18-49 age bracket. But “we” all know just how useless that’s become.
Just look at how our age bracket affected Longmire this past viewing season. A&E dumped it and Netflix picked it up. Very possibly due to pressure from our age bracket and because they realized a quality show when they saw one.
The fact is, The Walking Dead isn’t just about zombies, it’s about humans overcoming adversity. The zombies represent just another wall to climb, negative to overcome, or enemy to defeat.
Just when Season 5 of The Walking Dead began, it was announced there would be a Season 6. The first season only had 6 episodes. Season 5 had 16.
There are more “zombie” related shows on television than you count on one hand. The CW has one that is so unique, you should definitely set your DVR to catch it. iZombie, stars Malcolm Goodwin (you may know him from Breakout Kings) and Rose McIver (The Lovely Bones).
Goodwin plays a homicide detective who thinks McIver has psychic powers. The truth is, McIver is a zombie and when she devours the brains of the dead people in the morgue where she works she ends up “digesting” some of their “personality traits” and can “see” who killed them.
iZombie creators Diane Ruggiero and Rob Thomas are the same team behind Veronica Mars (2004 & 2014). iZombie is slated for 13 episodes at this time and I’ve devoured the first two episodes and can hardly wait for more.
iZombie is on the CW Network on Tuesdays at 8pm CST. Set those DVRs, you don’t want to miss this show.
BTW: There’s very little gore or violence in this show, and yes, she does eat brains, but it’s usually tastefully done in a pita pocket or disguised in other ways, so if you’ve avoided The Walking Dead because of the “zombie” element, you shouldn’t have any trouble watching iZombie and will thoroughly enjoy the cleverness of this show.
While NBC shows the Super Bowl 49 (starting at 12pm CST), other stations will be running regular scheduled programming and still others will be running marathons. Here’s a list of marathons (and other special programming) to distract you while your living room is occupied by jocks and other folk watching Super Bowl 2015.
If you get the channel POP, Boomer Esiason and Katharine McPhee will host a countdown of the best ‘old school’ and ‘new school’ Super Bowl commercials of 2015 at 10:30am CST. It’s a great way to see the “best part of the Super Bowl” without having to actually watch the game.
Note, most programming can be confirmed by going to http://www.locatetv.com and some channels that listed “TBA” when I was compiling this list may now have more details on what’s showing.
All programming listed is in CST unless otherwise noted.
A&E: 11am Criminal Minds all day Marathon
ABC Family: 6am Miss Congeniality; 8am Doctor Doolittle; 10am Beauty Shop; 12:30pm What to Expect When You’re Expecting; 3pm The Blind Side; 6pm Back to the Future; 8:30pm Back to the Future Part II
AMC: 9am The Walking Dead (Ssn 1, Ep 1); 3:30 The Walking Dead (Ssn 2, Ep 1) Marathon continues till 4am, Feb. 2
American Heroes Channel: 8am Patriots Rising: The American Revolution; 11am America: Facts vs. Fiction; 1pm How We Got Here; 3pm Egypt’s 10 Greatest Discoveries; 5pm Secrets of the Bible
Animal Planet: 11am Too Cute!; 2pm Annual Puppy Bowl XI
Audience Channel: 11am Taxi; 1pm Off Camera with Sam Jones; 2pm NYPD Blue; 7pm Beautiful Girls; 9pm A Walk in the Clouds; 11pm Beautiful Girls
BBC America: 12am Star Trek: The Next Generation; 5am The Making of Planet Earth; 11am Star Trek: The Next Generation
BET: 10:30am It’s a Mann’s World; 12:30pm Meet the Browns; 3pm The Pursuit of Happyness; 6pm A Time to Kill; 10pm Super Bowl Gospel 2015; 11pm Rev. Peter Popoff
Bravo: 11am The Real Housewives of Atlanta
Centric: 10:30am The Rosa Parks Story; 1pm Super Bowl Gospel 2015; 2pm Lady Sings the Blues; 5pm TBA Movie; 7pm TBA Movie; 9:30pm The Women of Brewster Place
Chiller: 10am Black Cadillac; 12pm CLONED: The Recreator Chronicles; 2pm Bloodwork; 4pm Godsend; 6pm The X Files; 10pm Godsend
Cloo: 5am COPS all day marathon
Cooking Channel: 7am Dinner: Impossible; 7:30am Ultimate Food Showdown; 8am Donut Showdown; 9am Rebel Without a Kitchen; 9:30am The Originals With Emeril; 10am Good Eats; 12pm Unique Eats; 12:30pm Unique Sweets; 1pm Man, Fire, Food; 1:30pm Emeril’s Florida; 2pm Chuck’s Eat the Street; 3pm My Grandmother’s Ravioli; 4pm Cupcake Wars; 5pm Donut Showdown; 6pm Carnival Eats; 7pm Real Girl’s Kitchen; 8pm The Best Thing I Ever Ate; 9pm Unique Sweets; 10pm Carnival Eats
Destination America: 9am Buying the Beach; 5pm Buying Hawaii
Discovery Life: 9am 50 Ways to Kill Your Mother; 11am Toddler Bowl; 11:30am World’s Worst Mom; 1pm Untold Stories of the ER; 6pm Outrageous Births: Tales from the Crib
The Discovery Channel: 9am TBA; 9pm Alaskan Bush People
DIY: 7am Bath Crashers; 8am Kitchen Crashers; 11am Tiny House Builders; 12pm Renovation Realities; 4pm Rehab Addict
E!: 8:30am Hairspray; 11am Enchanted; 1pm Total Divas; 7pm Ghost; 9:30 Ghost
Food Network: 8am The Pioneer Woman; 8:30am Trisha’s Southern Kitchen; 9am Southern at Heart; 9:30am Giada at Home; 10am Guy’s Big Bite; 10:30am Brunch at Bobby’s; 11am Daphne Dishes; 11:30am Farmhouse Rules; 12pm The Kitchen; 1pm Chopped; 3pm Guy’s Grocery Games; 4pm Best. Ever; 5pm Worst Cooks in America; 10pm Cutthroat Kitchen
FX: 11:30am The Bourne Legacy; 2:30pm We Bought a Zoo; 5pm Ice Age: Continental Drift: 7pm How To Train Your Dragon; 9pm How To Train Your Dragon; 11pm Death at a Funeral
FXM: 10:25am Teenage Rebel; 12pm Decline & Fall … of a Bird Watcher; 2pm Chronicle; 3:41pm FXM Presents; 4pm Underworld Awakening; 5:42pm FXM Presents; 6pm Star Trek; 8:33pm FXM Presents; 9pm Star Trek
FXX: 10am American Pie 4: Reunion; 12:30pm 13 Going On 30; 2:30pm The Simpsons; 6:30pm Marley & Me; 9pm Marley & Me; 11:30pm In Living Color
FYI: 1pm Married at First Sight: The First Year; 4pm Food Factory USA; 6pm Food Tech; 7pm TBA
Great American Country: 11am Top 20 Country Countdown; 1pm Friday Night Impossible with Jerry Rice; 2pm West End Salvage; 5pm Endless Yard Sale 2014; 7pm Flea Market Flip
GSN: 11am Family Feud Marathon; 4pm Idiotest; 6pm Family Feud
Hallmark Channel: 11am Kitten Bowl II; 8pm Puppy Love; 10pm My Boyfriends’ Dogs
HGTV: 6am Fixer Upper; 10am Ellen’s Design Challenge; 11am Property Brothers; 7pm Beachfront Bargain Hunt; 8pm Caribbean Life; 9pm Island Life; 10pm House Hunters; 11pm Caribbean Life
History: 6am Swamp People all day marathon
H2: 11am The Universe; 3pm Bigfoot: The Definitive Guide; 5pm America’s Book of Secrets
Investigation Discovery: 5am DATELINE: Real Life Mysteries Marathon; 3pm Wives with Knives
ION Channel: 11am The Karate Kid III; 1:30pm Romeo Must Die; 4pm The Transporter 2; 6pm Space Cowboys; 9pm The Guardian;
The Learning Channel: 11am Toddler Bowl; 11:30am Say Yes to the Dress; 5pm Untold Stories of the ER; 7pm Sex Sent Me to the E.R.
Lifetime: 9am The Holiday; 12pm Stolen From the Womb; 2pm Killing Daddy; 4pm Whitney; 6pm With This Ring; 8pm Beautiful & Twisted; 10:02pm With This Ring
Lifetime Movie Network: 7am Dead at 17; 9am Missing at 17; 11am Fugitive at 17; 1pm Betrayed at 17; 3pm Guilty at 17; 5pm A Haunting at Silver Falls; 7pm Big Driver; 9pm Cold Spring; 11pm Big Driver
LOGO: 5am The Golden Girls; 9am Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders; 9pm The Brady Bunch Movie; 11pm Living Single
Nat Geo: 8am Ultimate Survival Alaska; 10am Remote Survival; 11am Southern Justice; 6pm Alaska State Troopers; 9pm Remote Survival; 10pm Alaska State Troopers; 11pm Remote Survival
Nat Geo Wild: 6am The Incredible Dr. Pol; 5pm Fish Bowl II; 9pm The Incredible Dr. Pol
Ovation: 11am Persuasion; 1pm Pride & Prejudice (Episode 16); 2pm P&P (Episode 17); 3pm P&P (Episode 18); 4pm P&P (Episode 19); 5pm P&P (Episode 20); 6pm P&P (Episode 21); 7pm The American President; 9:30pm Notting Hill
OWN: 11am Help Desk with Dr. Michael Beckwith; 12pm Super Soul Sunday; 2pm Oprah’s Master Class; 7pm Oprah: Where Are They Now?
Oxygen: 7am My Wife & Kids; 9am Snapped
Pivot: 11am Cesar’s Last Fast; 1pm Panoramica: Crossing Over; 2pm History of the Earth; 4pm Inside Job; 6:30pm Winter’s Bone; 9pm Fortitude; 11pm Deadliest Journeys
POP: 10:30am Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials 2015; 11:30am The Love Boat; 12:30pm Patch Adams; 3pm The Birdcage; 5:30pm Patch Adams; 8pm The Birdcage; 10:30pm Kindergarten Cop
Reelz Channel: 10am Hollywood Buzz; 10:30am Hollywood Scandals; 11:30am Celebrity Damage Control; 1:30pm Steven Seagal Lawman; 2pm Gangsters: America’s Most Evil; 10pm XXX
Science Channel: 2:01am How It’s Made Marathon all day
Spike TV: 10am COPS
Syfy: 8am Chupacabra vs. The Alamo; 10am Mega Python vs Gatoroid; 12pm Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus; 2pm Mega Shark vs Mecha Shark; 4pm Airplane vs Volcano; 6pm Asteroid vs Earth; 8pm Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies; 10pm Airplane vs Volcano
TBS: 11am Just Married; 1pm She’s the Man; 3pm 17 Again; 5pm Shrek; 7pm Shrek 2; 9pm Shrek the Third; 11pm 17 Again
TCM: 8:30am The Four Feathers; 10:45am The Wind and the Lion; 1pm The Great Race; 3:45pm Around the World in 80 Days; 7pm And the Oscar Goes To …. (The history of the Academy Awards); 9pm Wings; 11:30pm All Quiet on the Western Front;
TNT: 2am Law & Order (the original); 5pm Tyler Perry Madea Goes to Jail; 7pm The Help; 10pm The Help
The Travel Channel: 11am Adam Richman’s Fandemonium Super Bowl Tailgate Takeover; 12pm Food Paradise; 7pm The Layover with Anthony Bourdain; 9pm Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations; 11pm The Layover with Anthony Bourdain
truTV: 9am Hardcore Pawn; 2pm Kart Life; 3pm Impractical Jokers; 7pm Branson Famous; 9pm Kart Life; 10pm Harcore Pawn; 11pm Branson Famous
TV ONE: 10am Girlfriends all day marathon
USA Network: 10am Law & Order: SVU; 10pm Modern Family
Velocity: 11am What’s My Car Worth?; 11:30am MotorWeek; 12pm Naked Speed; 1pm Desert Car Kings; 9pm Fast N’ Loud: Demolition Theater; 10pm Desert Car Kings; 11pm Street Outlaws
WE TV: 9am Will & Grace; CSI: Miami;
WGN America: 8am Law & Order (the original); 10am Parks & Recreation; 11am How I Met Your Mother; 10pm Salem; 11pm Bones
Every Thanksgiving, the sound of the television has always been in the background. If not a football game, it’s the Macy’s Day Parade, a cooking show or a favorite series or holiday movie. Here’s a list of just a few of the marathons scheduled for this upcoming Thanksgiving weeked.
All times are Eastern. You can always check to see what’s on your favorite channels by Googling their schedule (for example: Cloo Schedule). Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Thursday, Nov. 27
Adventure Time: 9am–2pm on Cartoon Network
Portlandia: 9am-2:30pm on IFC
Friends: 10am-5pm on TBS
Seinfeld: 5-8pm on TBS
Friday Night Lights: 10am–9pm on Pivot
Jurassic Park: 10am–2am Friday on AMC (I bet they air the trailer from the upcoming Jurassic Park movie coming to theaters this summer)
Modern Family: 10am-12am (Midnight) on USA
Transporter the Series: 11am-11:03pm on TNT
Alaska: The Last Frontier: 12pm-3am Friday on Discovery Channel
My Dirty Little Secret: 12pm-8pm on Investigation Discovery
The Millionaire Matchmaker: 3-10:30pm on Bravo
The Simpsons: 4-10pm followed by The Simpsons Movie on FXX
The Brady Bunch: 5:30-9pm on TV Land
Friday, Nov. 28
Helix: 6am–8pm on Syfy
Deadly Women: 6am–9pm on Investigation Discovery
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: 9am–10pm on Pivot
Rambo: 11am–midnight on AMC
Star Trek: The Next Generation: 12pm–6am Saturday on BBC America
American Pickers: 1–11pm on History
Tanked: 2–9pm on Animal Planet
Gilligan’s Island: 3–9pm on TV Land
Gold Rush: 3–10pm on Discovery Channel
Mysteries: 3pm–4am Saturday on Travel Channel
Blue Bloods: 11am on Ion
Rookie Blue: 10pm on Ion
Saturday, Nov. 29
House: 6am–6am Sunday on Cloo
Manzo’d with Children: 6–10am on Bravo
The Leftovers: 8:45am–6:45pm on HBO Signature
NCIS: 11am–midnight on USA
The Matrix: 11am–5am Sunday on AMC
Veronica Mars: 12pm–5pm on Pivot
Vikings: 3pm–4am Sunday on History
Homeland: 3pm–12am on Showtime
Z Nation: 11pm–5:30am Sunday on Syfy
Law & Order: Criminal Intent: 11am on Ion
Sunday, Nov. 30
NCIS: 6am-6am Monday on Cloo
Ax Men: 7am–1pm on History
Law & Order: SVU: 9am–11pm on USA
Roseanne: 10am–4pm on weTV (also on TV Land from 12–6pm)
Man v. Food Nation: 2–8pm on Travel Channel
The Walking Dead (Season 5): 1–10pm on AMC
The Real Housewives of Atlanta: 3–11:30pm on Bravo
The Affair: 4–11pm on Showtime
I Love the Holidays! Mostly for the time off. I get to sleep late, I can have more than one cup of coffee and I don’t have to drive anywhere. Sometimes I travel, lately I haven’t been going anywhere. I love the holiday programming, too. I really enjoy the newer stuff. I like animated movies, but I’m just not into Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer anymore (no offense, to ANYONE!). I watch a lot of Hallmark during the holidays. This year Hallmark has 12 new movies they’ll be showing beginning in November and right through Christmas. You can get the entire schedule at their website: www.hallmarkchannel.com One Starry Christmas stars Sarah Carter, Damon Runyan, George Canyon, Paul Popowhich The Nine Lives of Christmas stars Brandon Routh, Kimberley Sustad, Stephanie Bennett, Chelsea Hobbs, Sean Tyson, Dalias Blake, Gregory Harrison A Cookie Cutter Christmas stars Erin Krakow, Alan Thicke, David Haydn-Jones, Miranda Frigon, Laura Soltis, Genae Marie Charpentier
Northpole stars Tiffani Thiessen, Josh Hopkins, Bailee Madison, Max Charles, Candice Glover, Robert Wagner, Jill St. John Angels and Ornaments stars Jessalyn Gilsig, Sergio Di Zio, Graham Abbey, Samantha Espie, Roger Doche A Royal Christmas stars Lacey Chabert, Jane Seymour, Stephen Hagan, Katherine Flynn The Christmas Shepherd stars Teri Polo, Martin Cummins, Jordyn Olson, Jill Teed Christmas Under Wraps stars Candace Cameron Bure
Debbie Macombers Mr. Miracle stars Rob Morrow, Michelle Harrison, Britt Irvin, Sarah-Jane Redmond, Andrew Francis Christmas at Cartwright’s stars Alicia Witt, Wallace Shawn Best Christmas Party Ever stars Torrey DeVitto, Steve Lund, Linda Thorson and Harmon Walsh The Christmas Parade stars AnnaLynne McCord, Jefferson Brown, Drew Scott There’s also a fun Sweepstakes going on at the Hallmark web site. The Joy to the World Sweepstakes sponsored by Sports Authority is quite the trip. Winners get to experience holiday magic in New York, Hong Kong, London and Auckland with roundtrip airfare for two, four nights accommodations in each city (16 nights) with activities at each destination plus $4,000 spending cash. Eight lucky weekly winners will receive a NorthPole™ prize pack consisting of a NorthPole Communicator™, a Find Me, Santa! Snowflake™ and a Bake Like an Elf™. For more details, check the Hallmark website, and good luck.
Jim Stanek first experienced service dogs after suffering a brain injury and PTSD. But when he tried to get one of his own, the price proved to be prohibitive. That’s when Jim and his wife Lindsey decided to start Paws & Stripes. A new show on A&E, “Dogs of War” premiered on Veterans Day and is one of the new docuseries in the A&E lineup. I finally got a chance to watch it on Friday (after a scare with my living room DVR) and I’m hoping it gets decision makers in the military to sit up and well … salute. It’s just not another one of those roll over and get your belly scratched dog shows. They’re not just rescuing dogs, and they’re not just raising awareness about PTSD. Everyone has a job and they all take it very seriously, the dog included. Each episode will feature a veteran, suffering in various ways with PTSD, being matched with a service dog. And if you think bringing a dog into an established and often fragile family dynamic is not a big deal, then you’re in for a surprise. That’s where Lindsey comes in. Because there’s nothing better than having been there and sharing it to help the next person move on. Yet this show didn’t have a single bit of predictability in it. I was hoping for the best through the whole 44 minutes, but when you’re dealing with war veterans and the absolute misery and unpredictability of PTSD, you just can’t bet on rainbows and kittens.
For the premiere episode, Michael chose Tennessee. It was the second dog he saw and when they were about to show him a third, he said “no” he didn’t want to see another dog. He knew that Tennesse was the one he wanted. He immediately changes his name to U_Suda. You can catch the entire first episode at aetv.com plus some clips on upcoming shows. The new night for the show will be Sunday at 9pm CT.
I’m rather confused by this particular article, because The Walking Dead airs on Sunday night and ESPN televises their football games on MONDAY night. So I read a little deeper and I realized the author, Umstead, was comparing “top ratings honors” between the two cable shows.
Hmmmm, must be a slow TV news day. Not to mention the picture he uses is from last season. Oh well, we can’t all be hip and cool.
The chart at the end of the article is rather interesting – right off the bat there’s 2.4 million viewers separating The Walking Dead and Monday Night Football, but again I just don’t get the comparison. There’s over 6 million separating Monday Night Football and the MLB Playoffs.
The Talking Dead is just under the MLB Playoffs with 5.1 million (go Chris Hardwick). America loves its Dead.
Over at AMC, Seth Gilliam is now in the mix as Father Gabriel Stokes. Gilliam, 45, has a long and impressive list of TV and movie credits, but is probably most well known for his work on The Wire as Det./Sgt. Ellis Carver.
Tyler James Williams will also be joining the cast of The Walking Dead this season. You might know him from the movie Everybody Hates Chris.
If you saw the premiere episode of Season 5 you may have caught a brief sighting of Lennie James (Morgan Jones), who was in Season 1 and Season 3 and continues to be a fan favorite.
You can look forward to not only this season of The Walking Dead, but AMC renewed it for a sixth season just a few days before the premiere episode on Sunday, October 12.
Yes, that’s 17.3 MILLION Viewers according to Nielsen live plus same-day data.
If you haven’t seen the premiere episode you can see it at amctv.com without having to log-in, for the next 29 days (as of Tuesday, October 14).
The Talking Dead is also available to watch for the next 26 days (as of Tuesday, October 14). Chris Hardwick had some great guests on the premiere episode of the Talking Dead including Conan O’Brien, Scott M. Gimple and Greg Nicotero. Conan O’Brien was hysterical.
If you’re a baby boomer and think for one minute that other baby boomers aren’t watching The Walking Dead, then go to the amctv.com website and look for an advertisement asking “ARE YOU A FAN OF THE WALKING DEAD?” Join AMC’s Viewer Panel to unlock exclusive content and rewards.
One of the last questions asks for your birth date. When I put in mine, which qualifies me as a baby boomer, it kicks me out saying “that age category is presently filled at the moment.” That tells me AMC apparently wants the opinions of, and appreciates those of us in that silver surfing category.
The No Sanctuary episode of Season 5 of The Walking Dead was phenomenal. Well worth waiting for. Of course I had to wait until yesterday and last night to watch it, because I was so tired on Sunday that I fell asleep just minutes before it came on and woke up when the theme music was playing. At that point I packed it in and gave in to the sandman beating the heck out of me, and watched it online yesterday while I was at work.
I had to watch it again last night when I got home. It’s definitely one of my favorite episodes. Bravo to Norman Reedus for his superb acting upon seeing Melissa McBride. Bravo to the entire cast and crew.
Don’t forget to shuffle on over to www.channelguidemag.com/zombie for your chance to win a Zombie Assault Survival Kit. It’s got everything you’d need to survive in a zombie apocalypse: A 29-piece Human Survival Kit from Lifeline, a pack of Bicycle-brand Zombie playing cards with 52 tips on surviving a zombie apocalypse, a pet first aid kid, a mini human first aid kit (that’s a human first aid kit, not a first aid kit for a mini-human), a t-shirt, plus some helpful lists and it’s all contained in a nylon drawstring sportbag.
Only three days to go … and the hype is unbelievable. Over at amctv.com’s main page there’s an image of a zombie hand holding up 3 fingers, four actually, but one’s a stub with a cut off finger laying there. I’m sure in the next few days a few more fingers will be cut off.
I’m sure you’ve heard by now, well maybe you haven’t heard by now, that The Walking Dead was renewed for a sixth season. Wow! That’s the first time that happened in the history of the series.
If there was a zombie apocalypse tomorrow, would you be ready? Translated literally from Greek, an apocalypse is a disclosure of knowledge, a lifting of the veil or revelation. That’s way off from what us zombie lovers consider an apocalypse. Don’t you agree?
Channel Guide Magazine has a cool contest going that you might want to consider entering. You can win a Zombie Assault Survival Kit just by heading over to www.channelguidemag.com/zombie.
It’s filled with all kinds of cool things: a 26-piece survival kit made by Lifeline, a deck of Bicycle-brand zombie playing cards with a tip on each card on how to survive a zombie attack, a Zombie Assault t-shirt, a mini first aid kit and even a pet first aid kit. Those people at Channel Guide have thought of everything!
It all comes together in a nylon drawstring sportsbag that’s very roomy so you can carry other things in it too.
You can enter as often as you want from now until October 31. Thirty-five (35) winners will each win one of the Zombie Assault Survival Kits. So if you want one of these cool kits, you better enter now and enter frequently.
Tell your friends, living and undead.
Every single episode in the correct order is going on now … NOW! Rick just found Lori and Carl … and Shane. Meryl is still stuck on the roof. My favorite episode of Season 1, “Vatos” is up next.
What’s your favorite episode of Season 1? Click on the link above and you can play the “Know Your Walkers Photo Quizzes,” which is a great way to reintroduce yourself to the walkers from each season. Did I mention it’s fun to play.
Speaking of walkers, the one on the page with the link is scarrrrryyyyyyy.
There’s also Dispatches from the Season 5 Set, and take some polls on each one of the previous seasons.
Finally, there’s a schedule detailing when each one of the episodes from the last four seasons is on. Which is a big help if you want to set your DVR, or if you just happen to have cooking duty today.
It all culminates on Sunday night when Chris Hardwick is back hosting Talking Dead along with Scott M. Gimple and Aisha Tyler with a preview of Season 5.
Happy Independence Day! Now go set your DVR.