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Walking Dead

The Walking Dead

After being wounded in the line of duty, County Sheriff Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) spends weeks in a coma. He wakes up in an empty hospital and learns that the world has been ravaged by a zombie epidemic and is overrun with the walking dead. While trying to survive he searches for his wife Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) and their young son, Carl (Chandler Riggs). A smart and calm leader, Rick sets off for Atlanta where the Center for Disease Control and Prevention is said to have set up a quarantined safe-zone. Rick has been friends with his partner Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal) since high school. After the apocalypse, Shane helped take care of Rick's family by fleeing with them toward Atlanta. Believing Rick to be dead, he and Lori start a romantic relationship. They end up helping to establish a camp with a small group of survivors outside the city. Other characters include Andrea (Laurie Holden), a successful civil rights attorney who has a younger sister, Amy (Emma Bell); Dale Horvath (Jeffrey DeMunn), an older man who owns the RV that the survivors use in their community; and Glenn (Steven Yeun), a former pizza delivery boy who takes part in dangerous missions.
Walking Dead season three

The Walking Dead: Season Three for Hot AMC TV Series

October 26, 2011
Not surprisingly, those scary zombies will be back for another round. The Walking Dead has been renewed for third season by AMC. Just two episodes Read more . . .
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Breaking Bad: Problems with AMC Over Fifth (Final) Season

August 2, 2011
There’s trouble brewing between AMC and Sony television over the fifth (and likely final) season of Breaking Bad. The two sides have been negotiating Read more . . .
<em>The Walking Dead:</em> AMC Series Renewed for Season Two

The Walking Dead: AMC Series Renewed for Season Two

November 10, 2010
After just two episodes have aired, AMC has renewed The Walking Dead for a second season. Not only did the series have respectable retention week-to-week Read more . . .

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