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While in a coma, the world has been taken over by walkers. He becomes the leader of a group of survivors from the Atlanta , Georgia , region as they attempt to sustain and protect themselves not only against attacks by walkers but by other groups of survivors willing to use any means necessary to stay alive.
Sheriff's deputy Rick Grimes wakes from a coma discovering a world overrun by zombies. After befriending Morgan Jones , Rick travels alone to Atlanta to find his wife Lori , his son Carl , and his police partner and best friend, Shane Walsh , encountering other survivors.
Traveling from Atlanta, Rick's group takes shelter at Hershel Greene 's farm while they search for Carol 's missing daughter, Sophia.
Tension between the survivors worsen after it is discovered that Hershel has kept friends and family turned into zombies, including Sophia, in his barn.
Rick learns that Shane and Lori were romantically involved at the outset of the apocalypse, and Shane and Rick's friendship becomes increasingly unhinged when Lori reveals that she is pregnant.
Rick is eventually forced to kill Shane in self-defense. The noise draws zombies, forcing Rick's group and Hershel's surviving family to evacuate the farm.
Eight months after fleeing Hershel's farm, Rick's group finds a prison, which they clear of zombies to make their new home. Lori dies in childbirth, and Rick becomes withdrawn.
Meanwhile, Andrea is rescued by Michonne and the two discover Woodbury, a fortified town led by a man known as the Governor. He learns of Rick's group at the prison, leading to conflict between them.
Rick's group eventually raids and destroys Woodbury, but the Governor ultimately has Andrea killed and escapes. Woodbury's citizens live with Rick's group at the prison.
Several months after the Governor's attack, a deadly flu kills many of the people at the prison. The Governor finds his former right-hand men and kills them, taking over their group and destroys the prison.
Rick's group are forced to separate and flee, but not before Hershel and the Governor are killed. The survivors divide, face their own trials and meet new faces before finding signs pointing to a safe haven called Terminus.
One by one, they reunite at Terminus, but all the group are captured for some unknown purpose. Rick discovers the residents of Terminus engage in cannibalism , but the group overwhelms Terminus and reunite.
Some are injured and kidnapped to Grady, a hospital run by corrupt cops and doctors. When the survivors recover, they are approached by Aaron , inviting them to join a fortified community called Alexandria led by Deanna Monroe.
They are initially welcomed, but Rick's group realize the residents have not faced the zombie threat directly. Rick meets a woman called Jessie Anderson.
He discovers her husband is abusive. During a conflict, Rick executes him with Deanna's permission. Morgan unexpectedly arrives, witnessing Rick's execution of the abusive husband.
The residents of Alexandria trust Rick's group to protect the town. A group known as the Wolves use a zombie horde to attack Alexandria, and Deanna and the entire Anderson family among others are killed.
While recovering, Alexandria learns of a community called the Hilltop. A man called Jesus invites them to trade supplies with Hilltop if they can help end the threat of the extortionist Saviors led by a man named Negan.
Although Rick's group decimate one Savior outpost, they are later caught by Negan and forced to submit to him. Negan brutally murders Glenn and Abraham , initiating his rule over Alexandria.
His actions initially lead Rick to submit, but Michonne persuades him to fight back. They encounter a community called the Scavengers and ask them for help.
Rosita and Eugene make a bullet to kill Negan. When the bullet is blocked by Lucille, Negan's baseball bat, Negan forcefully recruits Eugene as a Savior.
The Saviors and turncoat Scavengers attack Alexandria but are repelled by Sasha's sacrifice and the aid of Kingdom and Hilltop soldiers.
Rick, Maggie, and Ezekiel rally their communities into war against Negan and the Saviors. Losses are heavy on both sides and many of the Kingdom's soldiers are killed.
Alexandria falls to a Savior attack, and Carl is bitten by a walker. Before euthanizing himself, Carl convinces Rick to end the war and restart society anew.
Negan attempts to wipe out Rick and his allies in a final battle, but Eugene thwarts his plan by sabotaging the Saviors' bullets.
Rick then wounds Negan. Against Maggie's wishes, Negan is spared and imprisoned, ending the war. Eighteen months after Negan's downfall, Rick proposes building a bridge to ease trading, but this leads to more resentment.
Rick is seemingly killed when he destroys the bridge to prevent an invasion of walkers. Six years later, his absence triggers discourse between the communities, and a new walker-controlling threat named the Whisperers demand the survivors do not trespass their territory.
Their leader, Alpha , has acquired a large horde of walkers that she will unleash if they do so. After her daughter Lydia abandons her mother's group for the Kingdom's, Alpha disowns her and massacres many residents during a fair.
Alpha begins breaking down the communities by sabotaging them with seemingly random walker attacks. Under Carol's orders, Negan infiltrates the Whisperers and assassinates Alpha.
Her right-hand man Beta takes command of the Whisperers, but he and the horde are defeated by the survivors.
Eugene leads a group to West Virginia to meet a new group of survivors. Meanwhile, Michonne travels north to search for Rick after finding evidence he survived his apparent death.
AMC announced that The Walking Dead was renewed for an eleventh season on October 5, , just prior to the tenth-season premiere.
Lauren Cohan was confirmed to be returning to the show as Maggie. Executive producer David Alpert said in that the comics have given them enough ideas for Rick Grimes and company over the next seven years.
The list below contains those that have been credited within the series' title sequence and those who are credited as "also starring".
Recurring and guest stars are listed on the individual season pages. All five appeared in his film The Mist , along with Thomas Jane , who originally was set to star in the series when it was pitched to HBO.
Jane was later in talks with Darabont to possibly guest star on the series as of fall ,  but with Darabont's departure,  it is unknown whether the guest spot will happen or not.
Holden also appeared in the film The Majestic , which Darabont directed. It was planned that Witwer Private Jessup in Darabont's The Mist would reprise his "Days Gone Bye" role in the original conception of The Walking Dead ' s second-season premiere  and in a webisode ,  but both plans were discarded.
On January 20, , AMC officially announced that it had ordered a pilot for a possible series adapted from The Walking Dead comic book series, with Frank Darabont and Gale Anne Hurd acting as executive producers and Darabont writing and directing.
On November 8, , AMC confirmed that there would be a second season consisting of 13 episodes. Eglee , executive producer and creator of the comic book Robert Kirkman, co-executive producer Jack LoGiudice , consulting producer Adam Fierro and Glen Mazzara , all of whom contributed to one episode each.
On December 1, , Deadline Hollywood reported that Darabont had fired his writing staff, including executive producer Charles "Chic" Eglee , and planned to use freelance writers for the second season.
On December 3, , in an interview with Entertainment Weekly , executive producer Gale Anne Hurd commented: "It's completely inaccurate.
I think [Eglee] just decided that he wants to run his own show. She also confirmed that, "every one of the principal cast is signed up for multiple seasons.
Executive producer Glen Mazzara was appointed the new showrunner in Darabont's place. New writers in the third season included producers Nichole Beattie and Sang Kyu Kim, with Frank Renzulli contributing a freelance script.
After the conclusion of the third season, Glen Mazzara stepped down from his position as showrunner and executive producer for the series, per a mutual agreement between Mazzara and AMC.
The press release read, "Both parties acknowledge that there is a difference of opinion about where the show should go moving forward, and conclude that it is best to part ways.
Gimple succeeded Mazzara as showrunner for the fourth season,  with new writers joining the writing staff, such as Curtis Gwinn, Channing Powell, and Matt Negrete.
The television series generally tends to follow Kirkman's comic series across major characters and plots; for instance, events of the premiere episode of the seventh season correlate to events in issue of the comics.
In particular, the series's writers, along with Kirkman, often "transfer" how a character has died in the comics to a different character in the series.
For example, in the fourth season, where Hershel Greene is beheaded by the Governor in the standoff with Rick's group at the prison; in the comic, Tyreese is the one who suffers this fate.
The Walking Dead has featured a large rotating ensemble cast. In most cases, because of the nature of the show, departure of actors from the show are determined by the writing, with characters either killed off or written off the show as necessary to develop the story.
Cast members are generally told ahead of time if they have been written off the show, but otherwise kept to secrecy. For example, Steven Yeun , who played Glenn Rhee since the pilot through the season seven premiere, knew of his character's death for a year but had to keep quiet,  while Chandler Riggs , playing Carl Grimes through the eighth season, was told of his character's departure during the filming in the weeks leading into his final episodes.
A few actors have left the show under their own terms due to other commitments or changes, with the writings adopting the plot around these changes:.
Casting salaries for the principle actors have grown significantly over the course of the show, up through the seventh season. Overall, the salaries had been lower compared to other similar dramas, including AMC's own Mad Men , but this was justified due to the volatility of any character being potentially written off the show.
Both of these were intended to secure the pair as central figures for the show going forward in Lincoln's absence. Bear McCreary was hired to compose the score for the series.
McCreary stated that the main theme was based on his viewing of production designs for the opening title sequence.
Instead of doing a full theme song as with his earlier works, McCreary chose to use a simple, repeating motif from the strings section.
It repeats over and over, and in fact in the pilot episode, you start hearing it before the main title begins, and this is something that continues episode to episode.
You hear the main title music before the main title begins, so you know it's coming. Four soundtracks for The Walking Dead have been released to date.
Greg Nicotero is an executive producer and the key special effects makeup artist on the series. Each walker is put through "zombie school" and is taught how to move like zombies.
There are three levels of zombie makeup: Hero, Midground, and Deep Background. Hero zombies are featured walkers and are completely made over from head to toe.
Midground zombies get highlights and shadows on the face, but do not get close enough to the camera to require full makeup. Deep background zombies often wear masks and are only meant to be used as a backdrop.
The Walking Dead is predominantly filmed in Georgia. The first season was shot primarily in Atlanta , but required a great deal of coordination with the city to shut down streets and parks for filming.
Some existing buildings were used here, such as a subdivision that is used by several families, which serves as the Alexandria Safe-Zone.
Other buildings are constructed as sets, such as the exterior shots of the main Hilltop mansion, the trash heaps used by the Scavengers, or Father Gabriel's church.
Sets are torn down when no longer needed; the church, after its use in the fifth season, was removed and its spot used for the iconic setting for the first meeting between Rick's group and Negan in the seventh season.
The property includes sound stages constructed for interior shots, which then may be reused; the interior sets for the prison during the third season were reused to serve as the buildings and sets for the Savior's Sanctuary in the seventh season.
Some scenes are shot outside of the studio. Woodbury, during the third season, was filmed in downtown Senoia. Other exceptions include the Kingdom, which is filmed at the former military base Fort McPherson , now converted to studios for Tyler Perry.
The series is completely shot on 16 mm film. Production design is done by Greg Melton and Alex Hajdu. The effects team includes veteran special effects makeup designers Greg Nicotero and Toby Sells,  special effects coordinator Darrell Pritchett, and visual effects supervisors Sam Nicholson and Jason Sperling.
The Walking Dead debuted during the same week in countries. As part of an expansive campaign to advertise and heighten anticipation for the premiere, AMC and Fox International Channels coordinated a worldwide zombie invasion event on October 26, The stunt involved invading 26 major cities within a hour period, starting with Taipei and Hong Kong, and ending in Los Angeles for the U.
The series's official website released, just prior to the San Diego Comic-Con in , a motion comic based on Issue No.
In the documentary, comic series creator and television series executive producer Robert Kirkman, as well as artist Charlie Adlard , say they are pleased with how faithful the series is to the comic and remark on the similarities between the actors and the comic's original character drawings.
Action figures of characters from the series were created for release in November and have continued throughout the years with eight line-ups.
The figures, which are manufactured by McFarlane Toys , are designed to resemble the actors on the series.
Figures created to resemble the characters as drawn in the comic book were released in September With a primary objective of reducing the environmental impacts of film and television productions, including The Walking Dead , producer Gale Anne Hurd has directed the cast, crew, production team, suppliers, and bloggers about her series to adopt the Doddle app to make the production almost paper-free; this works by digitally transmitting interactive call sheets and other intra-team and team-supplier communications such as directions, images, menus, and updates to people's cell phones and tablets.
Hurd said of using Doddle: in addition to conserving paper, "It's also easier, and it's better for security. People are less likely to leave their smartphone or tablet lying around for someone else to pick up.
Hurd describes additional steps taken to increase efficiency and cut production costs: "If you use vehicles that get better gas mileage, that are electric or hybrids, you're going to pay a lot less in fuel.
If you use compact fluorescent bulbs, you're going to save a lot of money in utilities. If you recycle even your own sets, and use them again, that's going to save money.
You don't have to buy new lumber. So there are cost savings, absolutely. Hurd also cuts down on plastic waste by personally using a refillable, stainless steel EcoUsable water bottle and promoting its use among her colleagues.
She shared: "on a lot of my projects I give them as crew gifts before we start production, and have water stations available, but you can't force people to use them.
Talking Dead features host Chris Hardwick discussing the latest episode with fans, actors, and producers of The Walking Dead.
Following the departure of Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes during the ninth season, chief content officer Scott Gimple stated that they plan to create three AMC Original Films to explore events related to Rick's character in the future, starring Lincoln, and with the first expected to begin production in Gimple stated that these will not simply be extended episodes, nor will attempt to adapt any of the comic stories, but will heavily involve Kirkman in their development.
The films are expected to follow a group known as the Three Rings, a militaristic force that see themselves as the future of humanity.
This is the force whom Jadis was in contact with and who rescued Rick at the end of " What Comes After ", the group that Michonne sees at the end of "What We Become", the group that Isabella is from in the episode "The End of Everything" from Fear the Walking Dead , and the teenagers in World Beyond will be from one of the communities set up by the Three Rings.
AMC started development of the series around September and committed to a two-season broadcast by March Fear the Walking Dead features a different set of characters, developed by Kirkman.
The series starts at the onset of the zombie apocalypse , and follows several people that escape Los Angeles as the military attempts to quarantine the city, and seek refuge along the west coast of the United States and Mexico.
Gimple and Matthew Negrete. The series focuses on the first generation of children that have grown up during the zombie apocalypse who call themselves "Endlings",  and are aware of how to survive if confronted by them, but have otherwise been raised behind walls and have never actually experienced survival.
A spinoff series created by Angela Kang and Scott M. Gimple to star Reedus and McBride as their characters Daryl and Carol, respectively, was also announced in September , with plans to air in after the conclusion of the eleventh season of the main show.
In September , AMC announced they and Gimple have been developing an episodic anthology series that would be based on new or existing characters that would explore backstories.
Wizards of the Coast worked with AMC to include characters and elements of The Walking Dead , into Magic: The Gathering as part of a "Secret Lair" card set, given that the card game had already had the idea of zombies within the game already.
International broadcast rights for the series were sold and announced on June 14, The fifth season debuted its first part on October 13, It was also released as a limited edition Blu-ray, packaged as a miniature zombie head designed by McFarlane Toys.
Special features include audio commentaries, deleted scenes, webisodes, and several featurettes. It was also released as a limited edition Blu-ray, packaged as a miniature version of the Governor's zombie head aquarium tank designed by Greg Nicotero and sculpted by McFarlane Toys.
Special features include audio commentaries, deleted scenes, and several featurettes. It was also released as a limited edition Blu-ray, packaged with a tree-walker designed by McFarlane Toys.
Special features include audio commentaries, deleted scenes, and several featurettes, as well as extended episodes which are exclusive to the Blu-ray.
Home video release for the first six seasons was distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment , and home video release for the seventh season onwards was distributed by Lionsgate Home Entertainment in the United States for the American home video releases.
The international home video release were distributed by Entertainment One. MyNetworkTV acquired the broadcast syndication rights to the series, premiering on October 1, The first six seasons and the ninth and tenth seasons of The Walking Dead have been well reviewed by recognized critics, while the seventh and eighth seasons received more mixed reviews.
That site's consensus states, "Blood-spattered, emotionally resonant, and white-knuckle intense, The Walking Dead puts an intelligent spin on the overcrowded zombie subgenre.
The site's consensus states, "The second season of The Walking Dead fleshes out the characters while maintaining the grueling tension and gore that made the show a hit.
Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly , described the series as "a nighttime soap ", comparing it to "a parody of a Samuel Beckett play" that had very little sense of direction and few appearances of walkers.
The site's consensus states, "The palpable terror and visceral thrills continue in the third season of The Walking Dead , along with a deeper sense of the people who inhabit its apocalyptic landscape.
The site's consensus states, "Consistently thrilling, with solid character development and enough gore to please grindhouse fans, this season of The Walking Dead continues to demonstrate why it's one of the best horror shows on television".
The site's consensus states, "Thanks to a liberal dose of propulsive, bloody action and enough compelling character moments to reward longtime fans, The Walking Dead ' s fifth season continues to deliver top-notch entertainment.
The site's consensus states, "Six seasons in, The Walking Dead is still finding ways to top itself, despite slow patches that do little to advance the plot.
The site's consensus is, "Increased character depth and effective world-building helps The Walking Dead overcome a tiresome reliance on excessive, gratuitous violence.
The site's consensus states " The Walking Dead ' s eighth season energizes its characters with some much-needed angst and action, though it's still occasionally choppy and lacking forward-moving plot progression.
The site's consensus states, "Nine seasons in, The Walking Dead feels more alive than ever, with heightened tension and a refreshed pace that rejuvenates this long-running franchise.
The site's consensus states, "A few changes in front of and behind the camera allow TWD create space for compelling new stories and some seriously scary new adversaries.
Some critics have commented on the increasing diversity of the series. He has described how he regrets the lack of diversity in the early issues of the comic book series and explained how they would have been "vastly more diverse" if he were to have started them now.
During its first season, The Walking Dead attracted between four and six million viewers. During seasons three to six, it attracted ten to seventeen million viewers.
By the end of season nine, fewer viewers were watching than at any time since the show's first season. Darabont 's departure as showrunner in July during the second season came as surprise to many, as it came shortly after the season's premiere and a few days after that year's Comic-Con , where Darabont helped to promote the series.
There had been reported difficulties in the production of the second season, including disputes over planned budget cuts and executive meddling, and it was known that Darabont and AMC had several discussions relating to these factors.
AMC wanted to produce the series in-house, and for the first season, Darabont's lawyers had been assured that Darabont would be protected from self-dealing fees by having AMC commit to imputed license fees equivalent to those of other independent studios, with Darabont earning profit from that.
Initial discovery phase hearings were held in The network resisted the request to provide otherwise confidential information on the other series.
In August , Darabont requested to amend his original complaint that AMC further reduced his profits from the second season as his firing mid-season meant he was not fully vested in the season, allowing AMC to reduce the profits paid him.
Darabont's amended request points out that he had written and produced all the episodes in that season already and was entitled to the proper profit share.
As with Darabont, each had been given a certain percentage of the series's profits based on if the series was produced by a third-party, but when it was transitioned to AMC Studios, their share was dramatically reduced.
During filming of season 8 in July , stuntman John Bernecker was performing a foot drop but ended up missing padded cushions and instead fell onto the concrete floor, sustaining a serious head injury.
Though rushed to a hospital, his injuries were too severe and he was taken off life support the next day. AMC and the show's cast and crew expressed remorse for the accident, shutting down production for several days to deal with Bernecker's funeral.
The Atlanta Occupational Safety and Health Administration branch launched an investigation of the incident.
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