Tuesday, October 11, 2011

The Walking Dead Is Coming! Again..

The second season of The Walking Dead is starting this coming Sunday, October 18th. We are big fans of The Walking Dead here, you can find the reviews of most of the first season in our small television reviews section. We both loved the first season of The Walking Dead, agreeing that it was overall pretty good, despite some slow and awkward episodes. It was also a very short season, but I am happy to say that the second season will be having a full set of thirteen episodes. I was quite worried, along with many others fans, by the news that Frank Darabont, the main writer from Season 1 of The Walking Dead, was fired by AMC halfway through the production of season 2. The other half of the season was left in the hands of Glen Mazarra, one of the other main writers from season 1. Thankfully, the season looks great and a lot of people have already being given praise to the first episode of the season. Check out this fairly long and comprehensive Season 2 trailer, it gets great about halfway through the four and a half minutes.

The Walking Dead: Season 2 - Official Trailer 

To accompany the start of the second season, they have done a six part webisode series about the beginning of the infection and particularly about the zombie woman from the first episode of the first season (the one that was cut in half in the park). I've watched all of that and it is not on the same level as the actual show, as one might expect, but it is always cool to see some early outbreak footage. That may be due to the fact that the first season of The Walking Dead showed less than ten minutes of immediate post outbreak aftermath. At the very least it add's to the lore of the show. Thanks for reading I hope you all are qutie excited about the new season of The Walking Dead. Once again, it will be airing on October 16th, on AMC, at 9 pm (PST) and again at 10:30 pm (PST). Also, if you missed out on any episodes from the first season they will be airing them all in order on Sunday, starting at 2:30 pm (PST). Here is the first webisode below.

The Walking Dead: Torn Apart

-Written by Sean Cargle


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