The real question is, how many episodes past the premiere will keep up the action?Season 8 will start in October with the show’s big 100th episode. I think it will be really, really satisfying. All Out War has been declared, so it would be a shock if the 16 episodes of Season 8 didn’t look more like the Season 7 finale than … As a fan of the show — and I am a fan of the show — when I read it, it was just like “Awww, I can’t wait! Like us on Facebook. Posted May 12, 2017 by Gina Carbone”The Walking Dead” Season 8 premiere probably will be action-packed, as a producer just teased. Spread the wealth!By the way, if you’re interested in some rumored spoilers on what happens in the Season 8 premiere, head here. It’s going to be great!” I think fans will be — it’s worth the wait to get to this moment.”We believe it, and just hope the action and excitement continue for the whole season, instead of the usual dips in the episodes between premieres, midseason finales, midseason premieres, and season finales. most of the rest of that season.Entertainment Weekly chatted with co-executive producer Denise Huth, a regular presence in AMC set visits and on “Talking Dead,” and asked her for some adjectives teasing the Season 8 premiere. Season 8 just started filming in the beginning of May. It’s super exciting. So far, we know three stars have been upped to series regulars, which suggests more screen time for their characters, and two new characters are being added (so far).”The Walking Dead” returns to AMC in October 2017. The official trailer should be coming in July at San Diego Comic-Con.Want more stuff like this? The cast and crew have been talking up the return, seeming genuinely thrilled with the tone change of the show from this time last year. Here’s her response:”It’s a ton of action.



[Laughs] In your late 20s, you start to realize you can’t call yourself a baby anymore.”The “Captain America: Civil War” and “The Winter Soldier” star is celebrating some other good news this week, too: Her new medical show “The Resident” was picked up by Fox.Congrats on all fronts!Want more stuff like this? Posted May 12, 2017 by Gina CarboneSorry, Captain America! I barely talk about him in interviews, to be honest. None of that would be great.VanCamp, 31, played Emily Thorne to Bowman’s, 29, Daniel Grayson from 2011-2015 on the ABC drama. Thank God!”Also, here’s what she said when asked what had surprised her recently:”How excited I am to have children! It’s just really funny in the moments when we’re playing these absolutely absurd things. None of that lives in any of us. I find myself dreaming about it all the time. It never seemed tangible, but my sister just had a baby—beautiful little Ivy—and my sister Alison is having a baby boy. Suddenly, it’s like that part of my life is real. Like us on Facebook. USA Today got confirmation from her rep that she is indeed engaged to Bowman.❤️A post shared by Emily VanCamp (@emilyvancamp) on May 11, 2017 at 12:54pm PDTIn 2014, VanCamp talked to Elle Canada about her work/love relationship with Bowman:”Josh and I keep it all very separate. They’ve been pretty private about their relationship, but on May 11 the actress posted a photo on Instagram, clearly flashing an engagement ring. You’ll have to stick with Bucky.Their characters got married on “Revenge,” and now Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman getting married in real life — hopefully with a lot less cheating, shooting, and other drama, including death. I call him ‘wife-beater Daniel.’ It’s hard for my family to watch—it’s also hard for them to see me in that light. But we’re actors.