The Walking Dead: Review
The Walking Dead is a major hit television series which is based upon a zombie apocalypse. It is an American television series with a mix of horror and drama. The series was originally developed by the one and only, Frank Darabont. Darabont thought of this idea and initially based it off of a comic book series with the exact named which was produced by Tony Moore, Charlie Adlard and Robert Kirkman. The Walking Dead originally aired on Oct. 31, 2010 and has been a major hit world-wide ever since. As of now, there is a total of four seasons, with each season producing more and more viewers.
The Walking Dead has amassed a record breaking number of 12.3 million viewers during the mid-season three premier. Becoming the most viewed cable TV drama in history. There are a total of 10 episodes per season, with there currently being 35 episodes to date. As of March 3, the last episode was aired tonight, which was episode 5, from season 4. Each episode ranges from anywhere to 42-45 minutes long with 2 episodes being 66 minutes each. The series starts off with the Sheriff (Rick), waking up from a coma inside of a hospital. He is surrounded by zombies and has absolutely no idea what is going on. These zombies soon become known as "walkers" as the show progresses on. After waking up from a coma, Rick sets out to find his family. During this time, he gathers up the remaining survivors and his journey to survive begins.
The story takes place in Atlanta, then eventually moves out to surrounding parts of Georgia where the survivors set-up a base that will keep them away from all of the "walkers" These "walkers" are those who are bit/infected by previous "walkers" and are now totally nonhuman, turning into a flesh-eating zombie. Anything they get their hands on, they will eat, no matter what it may be. The "walkers" do not have the ability to run, however, they do not get tired and are pretty damn fast. The plot itself focuses on...
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