The awesome folks over at Geeks of Doom have shared this video of The Walking Dead cast at Dragon*Con, via their YouTube page. So, what was your favorite part of Season 1 of The Walking Dead?
SPOILER ALERT! IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THE WALKING DEAD SEASON 2- DO NOT READ!
MTV.com’s Splash Page blog talks with new The Walking Dead executive producer/ showrunner Glen Mazzara and his plans for the second season, which premieres October 16th, including the season’s main location- Hershel Greene’s farm. Mazzara had this to say:
“Our approach to our group of survivors when they reach Hershel’s farm is that they are a plague unto themselves. Nothing goes right for Hershel once Rick and his band show up. They make the zombie apocalypse look like kids in a candy story”…
Mazzara also brings up the Governor, but doesn’t say much in regards to him. Read the rest of the article here.
We all knew that if The Walking Dead was a success, every other network would be falling over themselves to get a “zombie” show into production, which is now happening. The CW has announced their zombie drama, The Awakening, about two sisters relationship, or lack of, during the beginnings of a zombie apocalypse. NBC, not to be outdone, has also recently announced their upcoming show, Zombies vs. Vampires. Gee, I wonder what that will be about? These both sound horrible to me and stink of cashing in on a popular show. What I wonder is, what happened to shows that didn’t make it to the air a few years ago? Like Babylon Fields and The Last Larry? It seems like networks didn’t want to take the chance without somebody else paving the way for them. Lame. I’d love a bunch of different, original shows about zombies, but I don’t think that’s the deal here.
Check out this new zombie filled promo for G4′s Attack of the Show with host Kevin Pereira and new co-host Candace Bailey.
• The Making of THE WALKING DEAD
• Inside THE WALKING DEAD: Episode 1-6
• A Sneak Peek with Robert Kirkman
• Behind The Scenes Zombie Make-Up Tips
• Convention Panel With Producers
• THE WALKING DEAD Trailer
• Zombie School
• Bicycle Girl
• On Set With Robert Kirkman
• Hanging With Steven Yeun
• Inside Dale’s RV
• On Set With Andrew Lincoln
The Blu-Ray will retail for $49.99, and the DVD for slightly less at $39.98. Both will also include English and Spanish subtitles. Hurry up March 8th!!
A video tribute to every zombie death in The Walking Dead.
The Walking Dead Season 1 will be released in the U.S. and Canada on March 8, 2011, from Anchor Bay Entertainment on Blu-Ray/ DVD. Season 1 retails at $39.98, and also includes these bonus features: Making of…, Webisodes, Audio Commentaries and Behind-the-Scenes footage. UK and international release dates have not been announced yet, but we will keep you posted!
The American Film Institute (AFI) has named The Walking Dead one of the top ten TV shows of 2010, according to The Hollywood Reporter. So, readers of the ZRC, how do YOU FEEL about the first season of The Walking Dead? Were you over or underwhelmed or was everything perfect? Can you wait until October 2011 for Season 2 or is that making you insane? We want to know your thoughts and feelings!
WARNING: IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN ALL OF THE WALKING DEAD SEASON 1, THEN COMMENTS MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!