“Bad things tend to happen in this world, also Zombies”, just summarized everything “The Walking Dead” stands for in a few seconds. Does it interest you? Well, that is what AMC will be doing for about 120 minutes on 16th October, 2016. This retrospective is an appreciated expansion to the typical pre-season marathons, permitting the cast to praise past times worth remembering before their brains are prevailed over once again.
On the other hand, the review should also help the rest of us to remind of other terrible times such as Andrea’s whole storyline as well as the healing facility. What’s more, those moderate patches on the ranch when everything anybody did was shout for Sophia and/or Carl. Also, Lori flipping the auto on an about void street.
What we know so far, is that the new season is going to begin with Rick Grimes as a broken man, and our gathering missing no less than one part, with the assembly feeling defenseless in Negan’s reality. Aside from Negan’s lineup of death, we likewise have Morgan and Carol making a beeline for another survivor group called The Kingdom; and Tara Heath still out there on that super long supply run that is presumably going flawlessly like all supply runs do.
Here’s how AMC describes the special in a press release sent out by the network:
“Season by season, from the moment Rick wakes up in the hospital (as told by Andrew Lincoln), all the way to the excruciating first swing of Negan’s bat (told by Jeffery Dean Morgan and others in the lineup), the story of “The Walking Dead” will be told by those who have lived it. “The Walking Dead: Journey So Far” gives viewers who have never seen an episode of “The Walking Dead” a chance to get all caught up on the plot, characters, locations, and unique terminology of the series as well as providing fans who‘ve never missed a moment with fresh interviews with the series’ producers and their favorite actors as part of an exciting refresher course that will further whet their appetite for the new season.”
The Walking Dead is an American horror drama television series developed by Frank Darabont, based on the comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie. The series has been well received by critics and nominated for several awards, including the Writers Guild of America Award for Television: New Series and the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Drama