Get ready for Midseason Premiere of The Walking Dead
This mid-February week belongs to AMC with Kevin Smith and the staffers at Silent Bob’s Secret Stash returning for the Comic Book Men Midseason Premiere.
You can stay true to the cord and watch Stan Saves! Midnight EST Sunday February 14 or jump online and watch it now via the AMC website.
It’s fascinating how more and more shows like Comic Book Men are mixing broadcast and streams in order to build the largest viewing audiences.
Season 6 of The Walking Dead returns 9pm EST Sunday with the Midseason Premiere of The Plan. Each Midseason Premiere of The Walking Dead promises to be bloodier than the last. Based on advance word, The Plan promises to live up to its gory hype.
AMC still demands a classic viewing experience from rapid fans; although audiences can experience the first four minutes of The Plan via the AMC App starting Wednesday.
Are your heads still spinning from Big Game bombshell that CBS courtroom drama The Good Wife will air its series finale May 8? Sure, Good Wife lead Julianna Margulies has been hinting at the show’s exit for some time but the CBS Super Bowl spot qualifies as a true blue shocker.
Rest assured, longtime fans will be watching the show’s final nine episodes Sundays at 9pm. Less-devoted fans have some serious, series catching up via VOD.
Meanwhile, when it comes to chatter about 2016’s Best New Series, Showtime’s Wall Street drama Billions is far away the hands down favorite. On the surface, the series seems to focus solely on the battle between alpha hedge fund operator Bobby “Axe” Axelrod (Damian Lewis) and U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti), who’s determined to bring Axelrod to justice for insider trading.
By Short Squeeze, Episode 4 of the debut series, it’s clear that Wendy Rhoades (Maggie Siff), the performance coach at Axe Capital as well as wife to the U.S. Attorney, and Lara Axelrod (Malin Akerman), Bobby’s blue-collar wife, will contribute as much to the show’s plot twists and turns as the leading men.
Billions airs Sundays at 10pm EST on Showtime.