This week on AMC Networks, an all-new episode of “The Walking Dead,” plus the season two finales of “The Terror: Infamy” and “Lodge 49.”
“The Walking Dead” continues on Sunday, October 13th at 9:00 p.m. ET/CT. In the second episode of season ten, “We Are The End Of The World”, a flashback reveals the origin of Alpha and Beta’s bond. Meanwhile, the Whisperers gather and prepare herds.
“The Walking Dead” is a story that started 10 years ago with one man trying to find his family. That family grew and gradually communities took shape. They fought and survived, thrived and gave birth to a new generation. It is a tale of humankind and there are more stories to tell. It is now Spring, a few months after the end of Season 9, when our group of survivors dared to cross into Whisperer territory during the harsh winter. The collected communities are still dealing with the after-effects of Alpha’s horrific display of power, reluctantly respecting the new borderlines being imposed on them, all while organizing themselves into a militia-style fighting force, preparing for a battle that may be unavoidable. But the Whisperers are a threat unlike any they have ever faced. Backed by a massive horde of the dead it is seemingly a fight they cannot win. The question of what to do and the fear it breeds will infect the communities and give rise to paranoia, propaganda, secret agendas, and infighting that will test them as individuals and as a society. The very idea of whether civilization can survive in a world filled with the dead hangs in the balance.
Following the season ten premiere of “The Walking Dead,” viewers can catch an all-new episode of “Talking Dead” hosted by Chris Hardwick at 10:14p.m. ET/CT, featuring Ryan Hurst, Thora Birch and Yvette Nicole Brown.
“The Terror: Infamy” ends on Monday, October 14th at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT with finale episode “Into the Afterlife.” The Nakayamas look to the past for answers to solve their current turmoil. Meanwhile, Chester and Luz grapple with their identities.
“The Terror: Infamy” centers on a series of bizarre deaths that haunt a Japanese American community, and a young man’s journey to understand and combat the malevolent entity responsible. In addition, the series is one of the first depicting the internment of Japanese Americans on such a massive scale – complete with authentically recreated camps in scope and scale as post-WWII.
The series stars Derek Mio, Kiki Sukezane (Lost in Space), Cristina Rodlo (Miss Bala), Shingo Usami (Unbroken), Naoko Mori (Everest), Miki Ishikawa (9-1-1) and renowned actor, producer, author and activist George Takei (Star Trek), who also serves as a consultant.
“The Terror: Infamy” is an AMC Studios production produced by Scott Free, Emaj Productions and Entertainment 360. In addition to Woo and Borenstein, Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, Alexandra Milchan, Scott Lambert, Guymon Casady and Jordan Sheehan also serve as executive producers.
“Lodge 49” season two ends on Monday, October 14th at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. On the tenth and final episode, “The Door,” The Lynx prepare for an important coronation in the revived Lodge while Liz goes for a swim.
Season two of this modern fable set in Long Beach, CA centers on likable “Squire” and ex-surfer Sean “Dud” Dudley (Wyatt Russell), whose beloved fraternal order — the Ancient and Benevolent Order of the Lynx — is suffering under new rule by an ill-suited leader. Despite his “Knight” and mentor Ernie’s (Brent Jennings) lost faith, and his twin sister Liz’s (Sonya Cassidy) struggle with their past, Dud believes he is the key to restoring the Lodge to its former grandeur and putting the rightful king on the throne. In addition to Russell, Jennings and Cassidy, this season’s cast includes Linda Emond (Connie), Eric Allan Kramer (Scott) and David Pasquesi (Blaise).
Jim Gavin (Author, Middle Men) serves as creator, writer and executive-producer alongside showrunner Peter Ocko (Pushing Daisies, The Office). Additional executive producers include Paul Giamatti (Billions, Sideways, Outsiders, Hoke), Dan Carey (Outsiders, Hoke, John Dies at the End, All Is Bright) and Jeff Freilich (Halt and Catch Fire, Grace and Frankie). “Lodge 49” is an AMC Studios production.