Skip to comments.‘The Walking Dead’: New Video Trailer
Posted on 01/20/2013 2:45:56 PM PST by virgil283
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Man I hope that they don’t knock off Daryl!
Crackle.com is running an original series that is pretty good — Chosen.
Each of the 6 episodes is about 22 minutes.
Anyone know when Season 3 will start on Netflix? My wife and I recently finished Season 2 and need some Walking Dead fix!
I watched the first 4 episodes and saw where it was going. Quit after that. switched to Duck Dynasty
I missed the first season. Anyone know if and when they are going to show them again. (on TV,not online) Thanks.
I clicked on the headline, thinking I was going to see a video story about the future of America. I shoulda read beyond the headline.
Oddly enough, I love, love, LOVE this show! I WAS upset that Lori died as well as Shane so there!
Just got done having bronchitis and for three weeks realty WAS walking dead!
Nah, she’s a slut......
Exactly....The Walking Dead is justification for everyone knowing how to use fire arms...case closed.
If you have Comcast, I think it's available for free via the On Demand feature. Just check out the TV series they offer........
That is the beauty of this show. Its not really a ZOMBIE flick/tv show. Instead it is a well written superbly acted and filmed DRAMA that has zombies in it.
You could take the zombies out entirely and have some other reason for the end of the world and it would still be a very good show. Though the constant pressure of avoiding the zombies give the show its harsh edge!
The real secret though is the characters and the conflict they provide. First rule of any good story, "no conflict = no story" if you don't place your characters in the crucible you got two things "jack and shit".
The Writers of the Walking Dead do not rely on the Zombies to provide the conflict they are just an obstacle that must be dealt with. The REAL conflict comes from the characters and how they deal with each other while trying to survive. And, the characters are well-rounded and superbly portrayed.
I have never watched the show. How far back must I go to not be completely lost trying to watch the new shows?
Back to the beginning of season 2, I’d say, although season 1 is only six episodes, so it’s not a tremendous additional time investment.
Well you can go back to espisode 1 on the beginning to understand how all this got started and get acquainted with the characters. Then view last season on youtube to get a picture of what is going on. Like with me I love the Sons of Anarchy but I missed the beginning so I went back a few shows to understand what is going on. Can’t wait for Season 6. So when the Walking Dead was to premiere I did not allow myself to miss it. There are some episodes already on youtube already to get your fingers wet on the characters.
You could get away with watching Season 2 and leaving it at that. But Season 1, as another Freeper posted, is short, and I think it was very good. You’ll get all the background that way, and you’ll be able to see how various characters have changed/developed.
Watch all of them you can!
You have internet so sign up for a free month of Netflix (if you don't already have it.) they have the first two seasons. (6 shows first season 13 2nd season) The show is literally the best thing on TV.
Anyone else worried that the show has jumped the shark? I found myself a little bored by the new episode on Sunday. Too much talking when they left Woodbury trying to decide what to do with Meryl, I mean they stood there by the woods for half an hour and no walkers even showed up? And it seemed like the walkers in the fields by the prison are just an afterthought now.
I love the show and how in reality it portrays how it will be when the shtf (other people will be your biggest threat to survival), but I just don’t see where this season is going?? And how can Darryl leave the group? SMH
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