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Norman Reedus Speaks to Red Bulletin; Ryan Murphy Talks Horror, Dead

This week, Norman Reedus speaks to Red Bulletin, while Ryan Murphy talks horror and The Walking Dead with TVLine. Plus, Uproxx quotes Rick’s best lines. Read on for more.

This week, Norman Reedus speaks to Red Bulletin, while Ryan Murphy talks horror and The Walking Dead with TVLine. Plus, Uproxx quotes Rick’s best lines. Read on for more:

• Norman Reedus speaks with Red Bulletin about adjusting to fame and a steady paycheck, commenting, “I still put potato chips and bread in the refrigerator because I’m used to my apartment having bugs in it. I’m still that guy.”

• Ryan Murphy tells TVLine that the horror genre “has really exploded in the years since The Walking Dead came on and made a huge impact. It brought horror back on television in a major way. I do think the more the merrier.”

Uproxx, noting that Rick has “been known to drop a good speech and the occasional burn,” compiles a list of his best lines.

• Melissa McBride wins Entertainment Weekly‘s EWwy Award for Best Supporting Actress, Drama, winning by nearly 9,000 votes. Undead Walking covers the news and notes, “Melissa seemed genuinely happy and very inclusive in her tweet tonight!”

• Scott Gimple addresses Entertainment Weekly‘s query about the lack of a winter season on The Walking Dead — a situation he calls “a challenge for us, we’re thinking about it and figuring it out. Nothing could be further from winter than our shooting schedule.”

Digital Spy shares “everything we know so far about season six – no wild rumours or speculation, just the facts, ma’am.”

• Andrew Lincoln is one of BBC America‘s great British actors who have nailed an American accent: he plays “both the unpleasant and heroic sides of Rick as part of a unified whole, a mixture of British steel and American grit, if you like. And naturally the voice is a key part of it.”

Undead Walking checks out a Season 5 DVD special feature called “Rotters in the Flesh,” where Greg Nicotero shares “some great behind-the-scenes scoop about the pink, napalm-melted street walkers” that show up in Atlanta.

The Walking Dead is competing in TV.com‘s best action show competition for shows that “are very, very good at fisticuffs, vehicular mayhem, explosions, multi-creature throwdowns, and more.”

Wetpaint relives some of Glenn and Maggie’s “sweetest moments over the past four or so seasons using photos, GIFs, and more!”

Undead Walking compiles a timeline of events since The Walking Dead started in order to “give you a better sense of apocalyptic time.”

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