07 Mar 13
Here’s the catch up for the week if you are new to the show or have been away from it for a while!
County Sheriff Rick Grimes wakes up in a hospital that is empty after weeks spent in a coma. His world has gone and is now took over by a zombie epidemic. The Walking Dead is based on Robert Kirkman’s comic book series. AMC’s The Walking Dead is a drama where people’s struggles are magnified.
This is a survivalist story and the series shows us how the living are overwhelming with the walkers.
The Walking Dead Show is coming to theatres nationwide for the TV Fab Festival. It is broadcasted by NCM Fathom Events along with The Paley Centre for Media because of PaleyFest’s 30th Anniversary.
It will also feature a live panel discussion to give audiences a look inside this great TV hit. It will be broadcast to US selected movie theatres on March, 7th at 8pm. Tickets for these are available at joining theatre box offices and also at FathomEvents.com. The particular event is going to be announcement to over 500 movie theatres across the country through NCM’s Digital Broadcast Network.
PaleyFest is celebrating the best of TV in this two week event and it shows behind the scenes and all the teams that have made it a success.
Also this week Laurie Holden speaks out about Andrea’s actions and Robert Kirkman will be talking about the zombies and about jawing them and shows you just why this TV show is mad!
Steven Yeun will be talking about Glenn and Maggie’s relationship and the state of it and also how about how Steven is coping with his fame!
This seems to be the highest rated show being aired right and made it to number one on A.V. Club’s on the power rankings last week. The Digital Spy has said that the Walking Dead is also the best comic book of the TV series.
Also check out the new global infection map which tracks zombies in real time. Download The Dead yourself App so you are ready to track the outbreak as well as The Walking Dead cool Mobile App for iPhone, iPad, Android & Kindle Fire.
The latest news is that AMC announced that production on Season 4 of The Walking Dead is going to begin on May 6th. The cast and crew are going to return to Atlanta, Georgia and the show will premier Wednesday, October 9th with a total of 16 episodes.
This is supposed to be the best season yet and as expected it will continue in the tradition of some horrifying, cinematic and exciting emotionally charged storytelling in the new season.
We can’t wait for Season 4 to come out in the autumn and see what’s in store for us. The Walking Dead was wrote and created by Robert Kirkman and is based on the comic book series of the same. Over the past couple of years the best crew and cast has been used in The Walking Dead TV Show and long may it continue.