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'The Walking Dead': 10 Characters Who Survived The TV Series, But Died In The Comics
After eleven seasons and 177 episodes, beloved Zombie Apocalypse series The Walking Dead has come to an end. The series began as an adaptation of Robert Kirkman's comic book of the same name, and although it continued to use the Comic's major storylines as a rough template through it's long run, the series eventually became it's own beast, playing with certain plot elements to keep viewers on their toes, and mixing up who dies and when. While some characters avoided their comic book death only to die later, others managed to avoid the Grim Reaper entirely.
'The Walking Dead': References To The Past In The Finale
WARNING: SPOILERS for The Walking Dead 11x24, 'Rest In Peace'. After eleven thrilling seasons, Zombie Apocalypse drama The Walking Dead has come to an end. References and Easter Eggs celebrating the show's history have already been sprinkled throughout the final season, and this was ramped up in the finale, which was packed full of throwbacks to the series' early years.
'The Walking Dead': Could The Finale Really Kill Off Judith Grimes?
WARNING!: SPOILERS for The Walking Dead 11x23, 'Family'. Ever since her birth in the season three episode 'Killer Within', Judith Grimes, the daughter of original series protagonist Rick Grimes, has been a mainstay of The Walking Dead. Judith's birth represented hope for the future, proof that new life was still possible, even in a world overrun by the dead. At first mostly a plot device as a dependant our group needed to protect and provide for, Judith has since become one of The Walking Dead's most beloved characters, especially once the adorable, and talented, Cailey Fleming was cast as an older Judith following Season Nine's time jump.
MCU: 8 Most Important Moments In Phase Four's TV Shows
After Avengers: Endgame brought the epic Infinity Saga, aka Phases One through Three, to a close, the Marvel Cinematic Universe was set to enter new ground with Phase Four, the beginning of what will now be known as the Multiverse Saga. The planning for Phase Four coincided with the arrival of Disney's own streaming service, Disney Plus, which has become the Streaming home of all Disney-owned content, including the Marvel Cinematic universe.
'House Of The Dragon': 8 Most Tragic Moments Of Season One
Game of Thrones prequel series House of The Dragon has recently completed it's first season, and boy, was it a doozy to watch. While Game of Thrones had a few tragic moments in it's opening season, most of the true tragedies were saved for later in the series. House of The Dragon, however, begins with a tragic event, and plenty more follow over the course of the show's first season, eventually leading to the events that begin the bloody Targaryen Civil War known as the Dance of Dragons.
'House Of The Dragon' Season 2: Don't Worry, Jacaerys Velaryon's Messenger Mission Goes A Lot Better Than His Brother's
WARNING: SPOILERS for House of The Dragon 1x10, 'The Black Queen', and some potentially spoilery season 2 speculation. The first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel, House of The Dragon, has come to it's shocking conclusion.
‘Doctor Who’: 3 Theories About The Empty Chair At The Former Companion Support Meeting
With the airing of the BBC centenary special, 'The Power of The Doctor', the tenure of Jodie Whittaker's Thirteenth Doctor has come to an end. As a celebration of Doctor Who's long history on the BBC, 'The Power of The Doctor' was packed full of Easter Eggs and special appearances from former cast members. Among these, a favourite moment for many fans was a support group for former Companions taking place towards the end of the special.
'Doctor Who': Every Classic Companion Attending The Support Group In 'Power Of The Doctor'
WARNING: SPOILERS for Doctor Who: The Power of The Doctor. The often hit-and-miss era of Jodie Whittaker, The Thirteenth Doctor, has come to a dramatic end in new Doctor Who special 'The Power of The Doctor'. As well as being The Thirteenth Doctor's final adventure, the special was produced as part of the BBC's Centenary celebrations, and Doctor Who's very special place in the network's long history.
The 'She-Hulk' Finale's Retro Introduction Is Actually An Easter Egg Linking Back To The Character's Origins
Throughout the series, She-Hulk: Attorney-At-Law was not afraid to go against the norm, making fun of itself, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole. This is especially true in the show's first season finale, during which Jennifer Walters smashes the fourth wall and escapes into Marvel Studios in search of a better ending.
'House Of The Dragon': Why Rhaenys Chose Not To Kill The Greens
WARNING! SPOILERS for House of the Dragon 1x09, 'The Green Council'. War is coming. In the penultimate episode of House of the Dragon's first season, we learn that King Viserys has finally succumbed to the flesh-eating disease he has been battling for most of the series, and tragically, a misunderstanding of Viserys's final words has left his wife, Alicent, believing he wants their son Aegon to succede him, rather than his oldest daughter, and Alicent's childhood friend, Princess Rhaenyra. This is music to the ears of Alicent's Father Otto, who had been secretly planning to crown Aegon anyway, regardless of the late King's wishes.
'She-Hulk' Finale: How Jen's Fourth Wall Smash Paves The Way For Deadpool's MCU Debut
WARNING: SPOILERS for She-Hulk: Attorney-At-Law 1x09, 'Whose Show Is This?' Since it's premiere, She-Hulk: Attorney-At-Law has set itself apart as a unique entry in the MCU, giving us a glimpse at everyday life in the MCU through the eyes of a character who just happens to have gained superpowers. However, the show's first season finale, 'Whose Show is This?', throws out the regular MCU formula entirely. When Jen decides she dislikes the path her finale is taking, she smashes the fourth wall, exiting the show entirely and venturing into Marvel Studios in the hope of fixing her issues with the plot.
'House Of The Dragon': How The Show's Version Of 'The Prince That Was Promised' Prophecy Invalidates One Of The Biggest Complaints About 'Game Of Thrones' Season Eight
WARNING: SPOILERS for House of the Dragon 1x08, 'The Lord of the Tides'. Episode eight of House of the Dragon gave us what is supposed to be the series final time jump, and with it, the series biggest and most significant death so far: King Viserys I Targaryen. Viserys health has been slowly declining over the course of the series, but in 'The Lord of The Tides', he manages to rally one last time to defend the rights of his daughter, Princess Rhaenyra, and attend a last supper during which he manages to briefly reunite his fractured family.