Collider TV Talk: ‘The Walking Dead’ 90 Minute Finale; ‘Game of Thrones’ Teaser and Images

     March 28, 2016


On this episode of Collider TV Talk (March 28th, 2016) Josh Macuga, David Griffin, Sinéad de Vries and Sasha Perl-Raver discuss the following:

  • Superhero Rundown
  • Streaming Spotlight
  • Power Rankings
  • Twitter Questions


Image via AMC

AMC announced this week that the season 6 finale of The Walking Dead will be a 90 minute episode where we will finally see Negan, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, in the flesh. Andrew Lincoln said in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly that he felt sick after reading the script for the finale. This leaves the fans wondering just what the cliffhangers will be and if Negan’s reveal will be worth the entire season’s wait.

Game of Thrones is less than a month away and last week we were treated to more shots and teasers for the season airing April 24th. Amongst many images, namely a shot of Max Von Sydow as the three eyed Raven, a new 30 second TV spot and the talk of the largest battle in the show’s history, we were also told this season would not spoil the yet to be released book.


Image via DreamWorks Animation/Netflix

At this weekend’s Wonder Con held here in Los Angeles, it was announced that Voltron: Legendary Defender from Dreamworks TV will be coming to Netflix on June 10th of 2016. The 80’s animated classic that was the number one rated syndicated series when its 122 episodes aired in 1984 & 1985. Steven Yeun leads the cast of astronauts, piloting lions that form the titan Voltron that will invoke the nostalgia of the original Voltron with the creative dynamos at Dreamworks bringing it into the modern world. 

In pickups, renewals and cancellation news, Netflix has purchased Maniac, a comedy from Cary Fukunaga, best known for True Detective Season 1, which stars Jonah Hill and Emma Stone. While over at Fox Brooklyn 99 and Last Man on Earth were each ordered for new seasons. However, HBO has cancelled Togetherness after its 2nd season. 


Every week on TV Talk we’ll discuss the TV happenings in the superhero realm. Tonight on CBS, The Flash will speed his way into Supergirl. Super producer Greg Berlanti has stated in recent interviews that he would love to have Supergirl make her way to Central City, aka The CW’s The Flash. In other words, if this crossover works with Supergirl, the multiverse could live on in The Flash, Arrow and even Legends of Tomorrow.

Jonah Hex, who hasn’t been seen in action since the 2010 big screen debacle, will make his live action return on the April 14th episode of Legends of Tomorrow. The Arrow-verse take on Jonah Hex is not dissimilar to the comics as he’s an old friend of Rip Hunter and familiar with time travel.


Image via Sony

Amazon announced last week that Peter Serofinowicz will fill the blue suit of their revival of The Tick. Patrick Warburton, who played the original live action Tick that only aired 9 episodes, will act as executive producer on the series.

Images of Arseface, a central character in AMC’s much anticipated Preacher series, were released and had fans voicing their approval. Fans that include our own Dennis Tzeng and Mark Ellis who had the good fortune of seeing the pilot at this weekend’s Wonder Con. Let’s see what they had to say about the pilot.


Each week, we’ve decided to feature one TV show that’s currently only available on streaming services. This week David Griffin will be talking about Amazon’s Bosch Season 2.


5. Carmichael Show/The Flash

4. Black Sails

3. Better Call Saul

2. Vice 

1. The Walking Dead