Saturday, December 22, 2012

The Walking Dead: AMC officially greenlights Season 4

Wrapping up the first half of Season 3 early this month and returning next year on February 10, AMC has officially confirmed that their popular zombie drama series "The Walking Dead" will be getting yet another season, which will mean more adaptations and new plot threads based on the comic book series penned by Robert Kirkman!

The announcement of Season 4 doesn't come as a surprise, considering how good Season 3 has been so far and the pacing the show has steadily built with its audience. However, some bad news also came to light prior to the announcement, as current series showrunner Glen Mazarra is stepping down. After original showrunner and series developer Frank Darabont was fired in 2011, Mazarra stepped in to continue on, though he will be leaving after Series 3 wraps up. It remains to be seen who will be named as the new lead figure behind The Walking Dead TV Series, but it's safe to assume that it will happen soon down the line when development for Season 4 begins. For more information, visit the source post at Spinoff Online/ Comic Book Resources!

So, those looking forward to more Rick Grimes, Michonne, and Daryl Dixon (pending what happens in Season 3 of course!) zombie slaying action, there's more coming! Stay tuned!

The Walking Dead to TV returns on February 10, 2013!

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