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On 4/8/2019 at 10:23 AM, FortKnox said:

Well, seems like I got while the getting was best.  (although I'll admit that I will most likely check out the future RG-centric stuff if it ever comes to pass, but I believe I'm mostly done with the TWD-verse now [aside from seasons 1-5 of the main show]

"Ratings are falling off, but lets make more and have the 'verse span year-round on the network!!"  lulz

To all the people involved that took a great horror/drama franchise and ruined it,
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Comic-Con 2019: Your Guide to the TV-Related Panels and Screenings
By Rebecca Iannucci / June 24 2019, 
https://tvline.com/2019/06/24/comic-con-2019-schedule-tv-show-panels-dates/3/

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FRIDAY, JULY 19
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1 pm The Walking Dead (AMC) | Series stars Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Danai Gurira, Ryan Hurst, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Avi Nash, Nadia Hilker, Eleanor Matsuura and Cailey Fleming, along with TWD CCO Scott M. Gimple, executive producers Angela Kang, Robert Kirkman, Dave Alpert, Gale Anne Hurd and Greg Nicotero. Chris Hardwick moderates. (Hall H)

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https://www.thewrap.com/walking-dead-casts-3-lead-roles-for-latest-and-still-upcoming-spinoff/amp/

If the fact that 'The Gimp' has an input into the new show isn't depressing enough, this extract from the link lowers my spirits even more.

"The third series, which will shoot in Virginia, will feature two young female protagonists and focus on the first generation to come-of-age in the apocalypse as we know it"

It sounds as though we wont be seeing what most of us want, and that's the outbreak of the ZA, we've already got one show in 'Little house on the prairie land' with 'Fear' not far behind once the petrol / diesel runs out.

We don't need another show set in the aftermath of a ZA, with contrived plotlines trying desperately to keep us excited / interested. 

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Just saw a preview for one of the upcoming shows for the Fall season on Fox.  It's called "Prodigal Son" and there was no mistaking the actor onscreen with the pretty eyes... it was Tom (Jesus) Payne.  Not sure if he's the lead or co-lead, but it also stars fellow British actor Michael Sheen.   I got a vibe that it has a supernatural/scifi theme from the clips they showed.  

I loved Tom Payne on TWD - he was seriously underused and I'm definitely going to give this new thing a look.

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It's the Disney channel version of TWD...

New ‘Walking Dead’ Series Casts Three Lead Roles (EXCLUSIVE)
By JOE OTTERSON   July 10, 2019
https://variety.com/2019/tv/news/third-walking-dead-series-cast-1203262504/ 

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The recently announced third “Walking Dead” series has cast three major roles, Variety has learned exclusively.

Alexa Mansour, Nicolas Cantu, and Hal Cumpston will all star in the new series, which is said to follow two female protagonists and focus on the first generation to come-of-age in the zombie apocalypse. A second lead female role has yet to be cast.

AMC would not comment on specifics for any of the characters, but sources describe Mansour’s character as a good-natured rule breaker who lives for today. She is likable and funny on the outside but sad on the inside. Mansour recently wrapped shooting a guest starring role on the CBS drama “Madam Secretary” and previously starred in the horror film sequel “Unfiltered: Dark Web” for Blumhouse Productions. Her other TV credits include “SEAL Team,” “The Resident,” “Bull,” “How To Get Away With Murder,” and “Law & Order: SVU.”
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Cantu’s character is said to be small for his age in addition to being friendly and an old soul. He also has a black belt in karate. Cantu has previously lent his voice to the animated shows “The Amazing World of Gumball,” “Sofia the First,” “Future-Worm!” and “Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures.” He has also appeared in the live-action shows “The Good Place,” “Sydney to the Max,” and “Bizaardvark.”
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Cumpston’s character is said to be big for his age. He is a shy loner that scares some kids, but he hates the fact that he scares people. Cumpston previously starred in, wrote, and produced the Australian coming of age comedy “Bilched.”

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(Pictured: Alexa Mansour, left; Nicolas Cantu, center; Hal Cumpston, right)

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He also has a black belt in karate.

Of course, he does. I wonder who bestowed that on him. 🤨

Oh, boy, a bunch of millennial stereotypes. The shy, fat kid, the small but mighty kid, and the feisty girl sidekick. Can't wait!!

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Cumpston’s character is said to be big for his age. He is a shy loner that scares some kids, but he hates the fact that he scares people

In a world filled with rotting, blood-thirsty monsters, he scares kids because he's "big for his age"? I may just have to watch this. 

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The first generation to come of age in the ZA were Carl and Enid, so eff this show.  I would definitely rather watch Riverdale if I want to watch weird teens in peril.

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10 minutes ago, peach said:

The first generation to come of age in the ZA were Carl and Enid, so eff this show.  I would definitely rather watch Riverdale if I want to watch weird teens in peril.

Hell, I’d watch Riverdale just for Mädchen Amick.

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2 hours ago, peach said:

The first generation to come of age in the ZA were Carl and Enid, so eff this show

I guess they think we've forgotten Carl by now since they gave us NewCarl and all, even though he also came of age post-ZA. This money-grab is so painfully obvious it's embarrassing, well, to anyone capable of feeling shame.

I'd rather rewatch "Aftermath" than this shit. At least that was good for many laughs, which I"m pretty sure "Beverly Hills 90210 - ZA Version" will not be.

2 hours ago, Nashville said:

Hell, I’d watch Riverdale just for Mädchen Amick.

I remember her from a neat little horror movie called "Sleepwalkers." Seems I'm one of the very few who liked it. Guess my taste is a little too lowbrow.

I'm still stuck on this big for his age kid who scares people. How big is he? Are we talking Giant Michelin Man level of bigness?

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On ‎7‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 1:02 PM, tv echo said:

(Pictured: Alexa Mansour, left; Nicolas Cantu, center; Hal Cumpston, right)

just looking at their pictures fills me with dread, I have an idea as to what sort of show they will be involved in, I'm feeling and sounding like one of the old grouches, the grouches I used to hate when I used to love TWD,"if you don't like it then just turn off FFS", I used to say. I'm  sure my comments recently, 'Fear' included  were worthy of a similar response. Damn these shows for getting me hooked and then just going to shit.

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Shows seem always to go to shit when they overstay their welcome to try and milk the last penny from it.

The money-grubbers should take a hint from Carol Burnett who ended her show, saying, "I think it's classier to leave before you're asked to leave, "

Amen.

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21 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

The money-grubbers should take a hint from Carol Burnett who ended her show, saying, "I think it's classier to leave before you're asked to leave, "

I think the moment Siddiq revealed to the world that Maggie was "Someplace Far" and that the show had totally screwed the character over, was just about the right time to put myself 'someplace far' and just relax back in my rocking chair and enjoy the glory days all over again! 

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2 hours ago, OoohMaggie said:

I think the moment Siddiq revealed to the world that Maggie was "Someplace Far" and that the show had totally screwed the character ove

If only he had said, "A place far, far away" I would have been okay with that.

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3 hours ago, OoohMaggie said:

I think the moment Siddiq revealed to the world that Maggie was "Someplace Far" and that the show had totally screwed the character over, was just about the right time to put myself 'someplace far' and just relax back in my rocking chair and enjoy the glory days all over again! 

I finally deleted it from my DVR.  I'm now digitally someplace far.  Lol

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12 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

If only he had said, "A place far, far away" I would have been okay with that.

If only he had said this I would have been  positively drooling, just think of the possibilities, Maggie wielding a light sabre is the stuff of dreams! 

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LOL...

Who Is Big Little Lies Boyfriend, Really? Does S.H.I.E.L.D. Have a TARDIS? Did Blood & Treasure Bug Ya? And More Qs
By Vlada Gelman, Matt Webb Mitovich, Michael Ausiello, Dave Nemetz, Rebecca Iannucci and Charlie Mason / July 12 2019
https://tvline.com/2019/07/12/big-little-lies-season-2-jane-boyfriend-corey-tv-questions-answers/

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13 | On a scale of 1-1, how excited are you about AMC’s third Walking Dead series?

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Eh...

The Walking Dead Spin-Off Teaser Previews 'Places We Haven't Seen'
By Amanda Bell | Jul 30, 2019
https://www.tvguide.com/news/the-walking-dead-spin-off-teaser-trailer/ 

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AMC has revealed the first teaser for The Walking Dead's newest spin-off series, and it looks like the kids will not be all right in this new series. The teaser, below, features the new show's young stars — Alexa Mansour, Aliyah Royale, Nicolas Cantu, and Hal Cumpston — along with The Americans' Annet Mahendru describing what the mysterious new series will be about. Together, the cast teases:

"What if you grew up in a world of safety and you decided to leave? To discover the truth of who you are and what the world really is. You know, growing up. There have been things going on in The Walking Dead universe since the very start of the story, all happening over all these years — in other places we haven't seen, with people we haven't seen, with the dead we haven't seen. But we'll see it all this spring."
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Perhaps the most interesting shot is of four characters, who are facing away but clearly wielding some gnarly weaponry (including a massive wrench!). They're giving off some Guardians of the Galaxy-style squad vibes here, no? Of course, that doesn't mean all four of these characters will be good — co-creator Scott Gimple previously teased that as the show's new characters wander away from their cozy homestead, some of them might become villains.
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The Walking Dead's new spin-off series will arrive on AMC in the spring of 2020.

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On ‎8‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 5:09 PM, AngelaHunter said:

Good news for OooMaggie: Looks like Maggie may return.

Obviously that should only be a big WOOOO HOOOO, the article did say this "Maggie’s send-off from The Walking Dead was far quieter than Rick’s (Andrew Lincoln), which happened in the same episode. While Rick blew himself up on a bridge, Maggie and her baby, Hershel, just quietly disappeared" No shit! that must have passed me by.

It's this comment that has me worried "Cohan’s return doesn’t necessarily need to be on the flagship series; there are plenty of spots for a beloved character in this ever-expanding universe. For instance, she could join the upcoming Rick Grimes film trilogy or star in a movie romp of her own" 

I honestly think the first movie is going to die such a slow painful death, that anything connected to it will go down with the ship, I really don't want Lauren to be clinging to the mast when it sinks beneath the waves. Just concentrate on Mile 22 / 2 girl, move on while you can!

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AMC Networks CEO Says 'Walking Dead' Franchise Has "Decades of Life Left"
9/19/2019 by Etan Vlessing
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/amc-networks-ceo-walking-dead-franchise-has-decades-life-left-1240976 

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AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan on Thursday said The Walking Dead franchise is hardly dead, despite lower ratings in recent seasons.

"We have an awful lot of life left in The Walking Dead — I mean decades and decades of life left," Sapan told the Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference in New York City during a session that was webcast.

The AMC Networks boss, inevitably asked by investors about the popular zombie drama's projected life cycle, said TV franchises, if managed properly, can run over generations. AMC Networks has tripled-down on The Walking Dead franchise with a third series and has partnered with Universal Pictures on a feature.

"That's an indication of a vital heartbeat in the franchise," Sapan added. He also discussed how the company behind AMC, IFC, Sundance Channel and WE tv has adopted a genre streaming strategy on the distribution front to battle Netflix and Amazon Prime in an age of skinny bundles, streaming content and virtual distributors.

Sapan pointed to AMC owning and controlling its own content, distributing that content on multiple platforms while also selling it to third parties and now increasingly putting it on AMC-owned streaming video on-demand services. "We're very well positioned to leverage content expertise into new distribution opportunities," Sapan argued of his four niche streamers: Shudder, Sundance Now, Acorn TV and Urban Movie Channel.
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Fall TV Predictions: NCIS 'Reunion,' This Is Us Tyke Twist, HTGAWM Deaths, Three Freshman Fates and More
By Team TVLine / September 19 2019
https://tvline.com/2019/09/19/fall-tv-predictions-2019-ncis-ziva-tony-reunion/

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It’s time once again for the TVLine staff to share its predictions for the upcoming TV season, where last time around we walked away with a 33 percent success rate.
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REMINDER: These are predictions, not outright spoilers. Pitchforks down!

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PREDICTION: Season 10 will remain true to the comic books, at least in the way that it redeems Negan — a development that will allow the departing Danai Gurira’s Michonne to feel that she can safely pass the bat(on) of leadership to him as she pulls a Maggie and hits the road.

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On 9/20/2019 at 8:54 AM, tv echo said:

AMC Networks CEO Says 'Walking Dead' Franchise Has "Decades of Life Left"

Sounds like spin to me.

It also sounds like AMC put all of their eggs in TWD's basket.

They should have put all of their money into Cabbage Patch dolls. 🤣

Next week before the season premiere, they are having a "Bonus Edition 916" episode.  I have no clue what that means.  Does that mean added suckage, as if last season wasn't bad enough?

On 9/20/2019 at 9:15 AM, Superclam said:

Lemme just say this - if AMC turns TWD into a streaming/pay show, I am out. of. here. 

I'm right there with you.

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I haven't been watching the show the past couple of seasons, but the promo with Carol saying "she needs to die" gives me a sense of jubilation that I'm not going to have to listen to that bald woman singsong her way through every commercial break on AMC for much longer.

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It's nice to know that you can still look perfectly made up and styled during a zombie apocalypse (this show looks like it belongs on Freeform or The CW)...

Third Walking Dead Series: See First Photos From Female-Led Offshoot
By Matt Webb Mitovich / October 3 2019
https://tvline.com/2019/10/03/the-walking-dead-third-series-photos/

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AMC on Thursday released new images from the Spring 2020 premiere, ahead of the series’ New York Comic Con panel to be held this Saturday, October 5 at 11:30am ET.

The third installment of the franchise features two young female protagonists — played by Alexa Mansour (The Resident, SEAL Team) and Aliyah Royale (The Red Line) — and focus on the first generation to come of age in the apocalypse as we know it. “Some will become heroes. Some will become villains,” reads the synopsis. “In the end, all of them will be changed forever. Grown-up and cemented in their identities, both good and bad.”
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>New York Comic-Con panel participants include series co-creators Scott M. Gimple and showrunner Matt Negrete, along with cast members Royale, Mansour, Nico Tortorella (Younger), Annet Mahendru (The Americans), Nicolas Cantu (The Amazing World of Gumball), newcomer Hal Cumpston.

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2 hours ago, tv echo said:

It's nice to know that you can still look perfectly made up and styled during a zombie apocalypse (this show looks like it belongs on Freeform or The CW)...

Third Walking Dead Series: See First Photos From Female-Led Offshoot
By Matt Webb Mitovich / October 3 2019
https://tvline.com/2019/10/03/the-walking-dead-third-series-photos/

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Holy shit.  Where are they finding these clothes?  Is United Colors of Benetton somehow zombie-proof and still cranking out the shit?

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54 minutes ago, Nashville said:

Holy shit.  Where are they finding these clothes?  Is United Colors of Benetton somehow zombie-proof and still cranking out the shit?

My gaze was drawn to the 'diamond' cardigan 😱

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The spinoff is suppose to be TWD NG or Millenial Edition or something?

Still milking it, I see, though by now, it might as well be a leather bag than an over pumped Holstein.

The creative braintrust must be making money hands over fist from all the TWD shows and soon movies.

While very rich, they must never have had creative ambitions beyond telling the same story over and over again.

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Oh, come on!  How realistic is the premise for this new series? Really...

NYCC: THE WALKING DEAD'S THIRD SERIES TEASES 'NEW WORLD' OF SURVIVORS IN FIRST TRAILER
Matthew Jackson  Oct. 5, 2019
https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/the-walking-dead-third-series-new-york-comic-con

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According to Scott M. Gimple, the former Walking Dead showrunner who now oversees the franchise's entire live-action universe, the new series will introduce "a new world" of survival, picking up 10 years into the zombie apocalypse, and while it exists in the same world as The Walking Dead, the characters from this new series will not be aware of those survivors. In fact, when we first meet them, our new heroes don't know much about the outside world at all. Remember those three circles on the helicopter Rick Grimes saw in Season 9? Well, according to Gimple, those circles represent three different pockets of civilization, and the new show will take us to one of those places, where we'll meet a group of young people who've grown up in a privileged, walled-off existence even with walkers out there. They're aware of walkers, and they've been taught how to kill them, but they haven't really had to venture out and fight like other characters we've met. Now they'll finally have to...and they might have a little trouble adjusting.

“They’ve been aware of Walkers, but they haven’t really been interacting with them," Gimple said. "They’ve been behind walls.”
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"It's about growing up. It's about starting these characters in a young and interesting place," showrunner Matthew Negrete teased, citing Stand By Me as one of the show's biggest influences. 

Gimple also teased that because we're dealing with privileged people who've managed to maintain a level of civlization while also existing in a zombie apocalypse, we're going to get some cool new weapons as part of this new world. 

“Because this is a First World place in the apocalypse, they have these Walker-specific weapons," he said. "They’re hybrid weapons and just the ways that these guys handle them, [it looks like] they’ve been using them [for years.]”

Gimple also teased the possibility of crossovers between shows, something The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead have already done, as this new corner of the world develops. If you're concerned about continuity, though, don't worry: Gimple also confirmed that you don't need to be a Walking Dead superfan to follow the new series.
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Sadly, what we still don't have for the series, despite all of these new teases, is a title. There's still plenty of time for the show to reveal that, though, as we'll be waiting until the spring of 2020 for the new series to premiere.

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THE WALKING DEAD SHOWRUNNER ANGELA KANG CONFIRMS SEASON 11
Matthew Jackson and Josh Weiss    Oct. 5, 2019
https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/the-walking-dead-showrunner-angela-kang-confirms-season-11

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The Walking Dead will spend at least one more year fighting for survival in the zombie apocalypse. Just one day before the show is set to premiere its 10th season on AMC, showrunner Angela Kang announced that Season 11 is already on the way. 

Kang made the announcement during The Walking Dead's franchise panel at New York Comic Con Saturday, setting the stage for another year of ambitious storytelling even as the franchise is preparing to deploy a second spinoff series along with a series of movies starring former Walking Dead series lead, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln). 

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4 hours ago, tv echo said:

Oh, come on!  How realistic is the premise for this new series? Really...

NYCC: THE WALKING DEAD'S THIRD SERIES TEASES 'NEW WORLD' OF SURVIVORS IN FIRST TRAILER
Matthew Jackson  Oct. 5, 2019
https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/the-walking-dead-third-series-new-york-comic-con

Must be awe-inspiring since AMC released a trailer for it...yet can't come up with a title.

I have a suggestion.  "Snowflakes of the ZA."  

It looks positively abysmal.  

Which, of course, means I'll be tuning in for the glorious snark that will be found on these forums by your brilliant posters.  ❤️ 

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4 hours ago, tv echo said:

According to Scott M. Gimple, the former Walking Dead showrunner who now oversees the franchise's entire live-action universe, the new series will introduce "a new world" of survival, picking up 10 years into the zombie apocalypse, and while it exists in the same world as The Walking Dead, the characters from this new series will not be aware of those survivors. In fact, when we first meet them, our new heroes don't know much about the outside world at all. Remember those three circles on the helicopter Rick Grimes saw in Season 9? Well, according to Gimple, those circles represent three different pockets of civilization, and the new show will take us to one of those places, where we'll meet a group of young people who've grown up in a privileged, walled-off existence even with walkers out there. They're aware of walkers, and they've been taught how to kill them, but they haven't really had to venture out and fight like other characters we've met. Now they'll finally have to...and they might have a little trouble adjusting.

So basically they're ripping off Jonathan Maberry's Rot & Ruin series, which is also mostly a coming of age story about kids who have grown up behind a fence in the ZA and then venture out to have all sorts of misadventures.  Hilariously, Carl and Rick get a brief mention as great ZA heroes on trading cards.

Last I saw this third installment is supposed to kick off sometime next summer.  They're going to have to call it something by then.

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She's been in some other things.  Before TWD, I don't think she had many gigs?

So she might as well bank as many checks as she can.  She's not getting younger.

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I couldn't make it through the trailer for the new show.  Are they fucking kidding?  Somebody paid cash money to hire THOSE actors to create THAT show?  Damn.

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I'm still laughing this morning that they ran a promo during the mothership premier for the new show "coming in spring 2020" and still apparently don't have a working title for it.  Come on, guys.  You just slapped the word "Fear" in front of the mothership title for the offshoot even though the zombies are even less scary on that show.  Pick a verb, a noun, anything.

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To be fair, I'm going to give this new spinoff a chance. For all we know, it could have great writing and storytelling. 😶

I've given up on TWD (especially with its Negan redemption story), and I'm just 'meh' on FTWD.

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This spinoff looks terrible.  It looks like the CW's version of TWD - and I say that as someone who has enjoyed the occasional CW show. So basically a group of teenagers decide to leave the relative safety of their community to go see the "real world" where flesh eating walkers roam.  They all deserve to be eaten for breaking the law of uncommon stupidity.  

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Ack - I'm sure JDM is a perfectly nice guy, but I can't get past his portrayal of Negan...

Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Hilarie Burton tie the knot in 'intimate ceremony'
By Samantha Highfill October 07, 2019 
https://ew.com/celebrity/2019/10/07/jeffrey-dean-morgan-hilarie-burton-married/

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Hilarie Burton and Jeffrey Dean Morgan have made it official. On Oct. 5, the longtime couple tied the knot, despite many believing they were already married.
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Morgan also shared photos of their special day on Instagram, thanking Burton for “making me the luckiest man in the world.” Morgan also shared a few details of the “intimate ceremony,” including the fact that it was performed by Morgan’s former Supernatural costar Jensen Ackles and his current Walking Dead costar Norman Reedus. Also in attendance was Burton’s former One Tree Hill costar Sophia Bush.

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I've heard some not-so-nice things about him, but apparently that treatment is reserved for the crew. His costars and people with power on set seem to like him.

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There's another one?

I'm just here to post Chandler's Twitch link. He's thinking about streaming more, and wants to be partnered with twitch, which means he has to stream every day, for a week or two (and have a certain number of viewers, but he has no problem there). He's on right now.

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On 10/7/2019 at 7:16 AM, nodorothyparker said:

I'm still laughing this morning that they ran a promo during the mothership premier for the new show "coming in spring 2020" and still apparently don't have a working title for it.  Come on, guys.  You just slapped the word "Fear" in front of the mothership title for the offshoot even though the zombies are even less scary on that show.  Pick a verb, a noun, anything.

"Fear The Vegan Death"?

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The Walking Dead Needs Life Support, Superheroes Aren’t So Super And More In This Week’s TV Ratings
Laura Hurley   Oct. 11, 2019
https://www.cinemablend.com/television/2482135/the-walking-dead-needs-life-support-superheroes-arent-so-super-and-more-in-this-weeks-tv-ratings

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... So, how did the Season 10 premiere perform on October 6?
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Not well, as it turns out.  Although The Walking Dead won the night in cable TV with a 1.4 rating and 4 million viewers in the 18-49 age demographic, according to TV By The Numbers, those numbers meant the Season 10 premiere scored the lowest in both the key demo and overall viewers in Walking Dead history. This represents a drop of 23.4% in the demo and 19% in viewership from the Season 9 finale, and a significant drop from the Season 9 premiere last year, which scored a 2.49 rating and 6 million viewers.

Yes, even though

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Season 10 will be Danai Gurira's swan song, the premiere aired shortly after the news of a Season 11 renewal and return of Lauren Cohan as a series regular,

and promised to take the show in a refreshing direction, the numbers were the lowest yet for The Walking Dead. Fans shouldn't fear that the show is going anywhere, as one AMC exec recently said that The Walking Dead has "decades" of story left. But how many people will still be watching unless The Walking Dead gets new life?

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