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Walking Dead Season 3 Teases
Would everyone out there like a few tasty teases for The Walking Dead Season 3 to chew on? Just recently, a large chunk of the talent behind The Walking Dead (such as showrunner Glen Mazzara, exec producer and comic creator Robert Kirkman, exec producer Gale Anne Hurd, co-exec producer and effects supervisor Greg Nicotero, and actors Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, Sarah Wayne Callies, Laurie Holden, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, and Scott Wilson) made an appearance at a TV Academy panel where they dished out little tidbits about the second season as well as what was coming up in the third.
The Hollwood Reporter reported on the panel, which must have been one hell of an experience to be at. Plenty of moments from the show were talked about, including the inevitability of Shane’s death and how Dale needed to be killed off to enforce the idea that nobody on this show is safe. Even poor Hershel, who lost all his friends and family save for his oldest daughter, was originally meant to die, but was spared at the last minute to avoid seeming gratuitous with the deaths that happened in the Season 2 Walking Dead finale. The show will continue to explore Rick’s turn into a more practical leader, as well as Glenn and Maggie’s growing relationship and Daryl’s newly acquired power as Rick’s right-hand man.
Season 3 will be an exciting change for the show as it introduces fan-favorite characters Michonne and The Governor, as well the prison location. You can also expect the gore to be increased as Kirkman and Nicotero seek to push the boundaries of what AMC is willing to air. The Season 3 premiere has already been written and Kirkman teases that an important even in the comic has made its way to the TV show, but will involve a different character than it did in its original conception. I honestly could care less if the show and comic share any similarities anymore. All I want is zombies, decent character stories, and more T-Dogg.