The Walking Dead Renewed For 3rd Season
October 26, 2011 by staff
The Walking Dead Renewed For 3rd Season, In news that will surprise anyone at all, but nevertheless make this a great day for fans, AMC has decided to give an order of the third season of its hit drama series The Walking Dead horror.
This comes only two episodes of the season’s second series, including a premiere cable broke a ten year old record previously held qualifications The Dead Zone.
So far the second season has been a very solid start, with some surprise, surprising tragedy at the end of the season premiere (which spoil wont’t if some viewers are a little behind already). Check out our latest episode summary here, and check every Sunday night after new episodes for more. For more details about the qualifications of the season so far and lint from standard advertising in the order of the third season, you can see the full press release after the jump.
Here’s the press release:
New York – October 25, 2011 – AMC announced today the renewal of “The Walking Dead” for a third season. The second season continues to offer the strongest transmissions of any drama in the history of basic cable in Adults 18-49 against breaking a basic cable record established nearly 10 years of a drama telecast individual (“The area dead “). “The Walking Dead” is based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics. Serves as showrunner Glen Mazzara series. Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert and Frank Darabont are executive producers. Greg Nicotero is a co-executive producer.
“Today we are pleased to announce that the” dead “live as we are proud to renew ‘The Walking Dead’ for a third season on AMC and globally, with our partners at Fox International Channels fabulous,” said Charlie Collier, president of AMC. “We are grateful for the contribution of all front and behind the camera as we continue to make” The Walking Dead “a unique television experience. And we are very proud because viewership continues to set records around the world.”
FOX International Channels rolled-out its worldwide release of “The Walking Dead” this weekend, with premieres in the FIC cable networks in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa and Middle East. The series premieres impressive international scored in all international markets for major television and broke pay-TV ratings “records worldwide. More than 10 million viewers in 122 countries tuned in live to see the premiere of the second season of this drama awaited return. And, FIC, once again be the international broadcast partner of the series with entertainment market continues to distribute non-FIC.
“Partnering with AMC in” The Walking Dead ‘had guts, “said Sharon Tal Yguado, senior vice president of programming scripts in the FIC.” At the same time, it was the easiest decision we made programming. It is rare to find an innovative television also binds to some of the best talent in the city. ‘The Walking Dead “was treated as a global event since the first day and not only changed the traditional TV model but also changed the experience of our TV viewers. It is now officially addicted to the world with millions of fans around the world wanting more. We are happy to give them. ”
“The Walking Dead,” said a Golden Globe nomination for 2010 for Best Television Series – Drama and won the 2011 Emmy for best prosthetic makeup. The series tells the story of the months and years that follow after a zombie apocalypse. That follows a group of survivors led by police officer Rick Grimes, traveling in search of a safe and secure.
“The Walking Dead” received rave reviews from many critics, both domestic and international, who announced the series as “above all,” The Walking Dead “has lost the most important ingredient in his recipe for success strange is exciting “(The Hollywood Reporter),” … with the dead fascinating cast of characters, the personal dynamics is almost as powerful as bloody emotions “(Us Weekly),” The Walking Dead is a holiday. Dig in. ” (The Guardian, UK), “not even take three minutes to realize that this series is the establishment of standards” (Der Tagesspiegel, Germany).
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