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This Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for Downton Abbey‘s imminent return to television in the States. Yes, Jan. 6 is still a few weeks away, but I can’t wait to see whether Matthew (Dan Stevens) and Mary (Michelle Dockery) actually walk down the aisle — they really need to, I couldn’t take another breakup — and what brand of American sass Shirley MacLaine brings with her across the pond. Plus, on a more sappy note, the series spawned a regular Sunday night Masterpiece viewing/wine-drinking party with a group of friends that is priceless to me.
I’ve also polled my EW colleagues to ask what they are most grateful for pop culture wise this turkey day. See what they said below!
“She sent us a biter-gram, ya’ll!”
–Merle (Michael Rooker), referring to the “go back” sign spelled out with body parts, on The Walking Dead
Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Sunday, Nov. 18 and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!
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–Daryl (Norman Reedus) to Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Glenn (Steven Yeun), who, unbeknownst to him, are trying to get intimate in the guard tower, on The Walking Dead
Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Sunday, Nov. 4 and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!
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‘Walking Dead’ exec producer Robert Kirkman talks about tonight’s shock-filled episode
Have you ever wondered why you keep watching The Walking Dead, even when nothing ever seems to happen? Well, thanks to this colorful graph from the good people over at Blame It On The Voices, now we know and — spoiler alert! — it’s because all the episodes follow basically the same pattern. Check it out below (NSFW):
So let’s say you watch The Walking Dead every Sunday on AMC, and you read the new issue of The Walking Dead every month, and you just finished reading the Dead spin-off novel Rise of the Governor, and you named your firstborn son Carl and insist that he wears a cowboy hat at all times. And yet, you still want more Walking Dead in your life. If that’s the case, you might be interested in The Walking Dead: The Official Magazine, a new Dead-centric periodical that hits newsstands and digital platforms tomorrow. The first issue features nine covers, including one on newsstands featuring Danai Gurira as Michonne and eight cool variant covers by Dead artist Charlie Adlard and colorist Cliff Rathburn.
Says Dead overlord Robert Kirkman, “We’ll be talking about what’s coming up on the TV show, we’ll fill you in on what to expect from the comic and you’ll hear from all the talented people who work on all the various Walking Dead projects.”
The magazine is available on iPad, Nook, and Kindle Fire, but check out the first cover below, and click forward for a look at all nine!
With each movie he directs, Ben Affleck cements himself as one of Hollywood’s premiere directors. Argo, his latest film in theaters this week, chronicles the CIA’s attempt to rescue American hostages in Iran — by pretending to make a fake movie. Other anticipated events include the premiere of Nashville and the vice-presidential debate. Check out what’s coming up below!
For those who can’t wait for the return of The Walking Dead, AMC has debuted four episodes of the third season of the show’s accompanying web series. The Walking Dead, Cold Storage follows a man named Chase, who seeks shelter in an abandoned storage facility. Watch the first episode below!
Voting for EW’s 5th Annual EWwy Awards — honoring the shows, actors, and actresses readers believe deserved an Emmy nomination but didn’t receive one — ends Thursday at 3 p.m. ET. (Winners will be announced Friday.) For a deep dive into the nominees, click through the Comedy categories and the Drama categories. Or, cast your ballot now by voting in the 10 polls below.
And the Drama nominees are…
With tonight’s return of Sons of Anarchy, recipient of four nominations in EW’s 5th annual EWwys — a celebration of the Emmy-snubbed — it’s a good time to remind you that voting for the 2012 EWwys ends this Thursday at 3 p.m. ET. Winners will be announced on Friday. View the drama nominees and vote here (there’s a poll after each category). Click here for the comedy nominees.
Emmys: Snubs in Comedy? Vote to Make ‘em EWwy 2012 Winners!
Emmys: Snubs in Drama? Vote to Make ‘em EWwy 2012 Winners!
EWwy Awards: ‘An election we all can agree on,’ says Rob Lowe
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