The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead is an American horror television series, created by Frank Darabont for AMC, It is based on comic book “The Walking Dead” written by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard. The Walking Dead premier on 31 October 2010, now running season 8. Andrew Lincoln is in lead role by playing sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes, Walking Dead produced by Jolly Dale Caleb, Womble and Paul Gadd, executive producers are Frank Darabont Gale, Anne Hurd, David Alpert etc.

The Walking Dead originaly set in Georgia, United States

Story:

A group of survivors after attack of deadly virus which turn normal people to zombie led by police officer Rick Grimes (played by Andrew Lincoln) travel for safe and secure places.

Episodes:

Season 1

Title Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
1 “Days Gone Bye” Teleplay by : Frank Darabont October 31, 2010 5.35 million
2 “Guts” Frank Darabont November 7, 2010 4.71 million
3 “Tell It to the Frogs” Story by : Charles H. Eglee & Jack LoGiudice November 14, 2010 5.07 million
Teleplay by : Charles H. Eglee & Jack LoGiudice and Frank Darabont
4 “Vatos” Robert Kirkman November 21, 2010 4.75 million
5 “Wildfire” Glen Mazzara November 28, 2010 5.56 million
6 “TS-19” Adam Fierro and Frank Darabont December 5, 2010 5.97 million

Season 2

Title Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
1 “What Lies Ahead” Ardeth Bey and Robert Kirkman October 16, 2011 7.26 millions
2 “Bloodletting” Glen Mazzara October 23, 2011 6.70 millions
3 “Save the Last One” Scott M. Gimple October 30, 2011 6.10 millions

 

4 “Cherokee Rose” Evan Reilly November 6, 2011 6.29 millions
5 “Chupacabra” David Leslie Johnson November 13, 2011 6.12 millions
6 “Secrets” Angela Kang November 20, 2011 6.08 millions
7 “Pretty Much Dead Already” Scott M. Gimple November 27, 2011 6.62 millions
8 “Nebraska” Evan Reilly February 12, 2012 8.10 millions
9 “Triggerfinger” David Leslie Johnson February 19, 2012 6.89 millions
10 “18 Miles Out” Scott M. Gimple & Glen Mazzara February 26, 2012 7.04 millions
11 “Judge, Jury, Executioner” Angela Kang March 4, 2012 6.77 millions
12 “Better Angels” Evan Reilly & Glen Mazzara March 11, 2012 6.89 millions
13 “Beside the Dying Fire” Robert Kirkman & Glen Mazzara March 18, 2012 8.99 millions

Season 3

Title Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
1 “Seed” Glen Mazzara October 14, 2012 10.87 millions
2 “Sick” Nichole Beattie October 21, 2012 9.55 millions
3 “Walk with Me” Evan Reilly October 28, 2012 10.51 millions
4 “Killer Within” Sang Kyu Kim November 4, 2012 9.27 millions
5 “Say the Word” Angela Kang November 11, 2012 10.37 millions
6 “Hounded” Scott M. Gimple November 18, 2012 9.21 millions
7 “When the Dead Come Knocking” Frank Renzulli November 25, 2012 10.43 millions
8 “Made to Suffer” Robert Kirkman December 2, 2012 10.48 millions
9 “The Suicide King” Evan Reilly February 10, 2013 12.26 millions
10 “Home” Nichole Beattie February 17, 2013 11.05 millions
11 “I Ain’t a Judas” Angela Kang February 24, 2013 11.01 millions
12 “Clear” Scott M. Gimple March 3, 2013 11.30 millions
13 “Arrow on the Doorpost” Ryan C. Coleman March 10, 2013 11.46 millions
14 “Prey” Glen Mazzara & Evan Reilly March 17, 2013 10.84 millions
15 “This Sorrowful Life” Scott M. Gimple March 24, 2013 10.99 millions
16 “Welcome to the Tombs” Glen Mazzara March 31, 2013 12.42 millions

Season 4

Title Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
1 “30 Days Without an Accident” Scott M. Gimple October 13, 2013 16.11 millions
2 “Infected” Angela Kang October 20, 2013 13.95 millions
3 “Isolation” Robert Kirkman October 27, 2013 12.92 millions
4 “Indifference” Matthew Negrete November 3, 2013 13.31 millions
5 “Internment” Channing Powell November 10, 2013 12.20 millions
6 “Live Bait” Nichole Beattie November 17, 2013 12.00 millions
7 “Dead Weight” Curtis Gwinn November 24, 2013 11.29 millions
8 “Too Far Gone” Seth Hoffman December 1, 2013 12.05 millions
9 “After” Robert Kirkman February 9, 2014 15.76 millions
10 “Inmates” Matthew Negrete & Channing Powell February 16, 2014 13.34 millions
11 “Claimed” Nichole Beattie & Seth Hoffman February 23, 2014 13.12 millions
12 “Still” Angela Kang March 2, 2014 12.61 millions
13 “Alone” Curtis Gwinn March 9, 2014 12.65 millions
14 “The Grove” Scott M. Gimple March 16, 2014 12.87 millions
15 “Us” Nichole Beattie & Seth Hoffman March 23, 2014 13.47 millions
16 “A” Scott M. Gimple & Angela Kang March 30, 2014 15.68 millions

Season 5

Title Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
1 “No Sanctuary” Scott M. Gimple October 12, 2014 17.29 millions
2 “Strangers” Robert Kirkman October 19, 2014 15.14 millions
3 “Four Walls and a Roof” Angela Kang & Corey Reed October 26, 2014 13.80 millions
4 “Slabtown” Matthew Negrete & Channing Powell November 2, 2014 14.52 millions
5 “Self Help” Heather Bellson & Seth Hoffman November 9, 2014 13.53 millions
6 “Consumed” Matthew Negrete & Corey Reed November 16, 2014 14.07 millions
7 “Crossed” Seth Hoffman November 23, 2014 13.33 millions
8 “Coda” Angela Kang November 30, 2014 14.81 millions
9 “What Happened and What’s Going On” Scott M. Gimple February 8, 2015 15.64 millions
10 “Them” Heather Bellson February 15, 2015 12.27 millions
11 “The Distance” Seth Hoffman February 22, 2015 13.44 millions
12 “Remember” Channing Powell March 1, 2015 14.43 millions
13 “Forget” Corey Reed March 8, 2015 14.53 millions
14 “Spend” Matthew Negrete March 15, 2015 13.78 millions
15 “Try” Angela Kang March 22, 2015 13.76 millions
16 “Conquer” Scott M. Gimple & Seth Hoffman March 29, 2015 15.78 millions

Season 6

Title Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
1 “First Time Again” Scott M. Gimple & Matthew Negrete October 11, 2015 14.63 millions
2 “JSS” Seth Hoffman October 18, 2015 12.18 millions
3 “Thank You” Angela Kang October 25, 2015 13.14 millions
4 “Here’s Not Here” Scott M. Gimple November 1, 2015 13.34 millions
5 “Now” Corey Reed November 8, 2015 12.44 millions
6 “Always Accountable” Heather Bellson November 15, 2015 12.87 millions
7 “Heads Up” Channing Powell November 22, 2015 13.22 millions
8 “Start to Finish” Matthew Negrete November 29, 2015 13.98 millions
9 “No Way Out” Seth Hoffman February 14, 2016 13.74 millions
10 “The Next World” Angela Kang & Corey Reed February 21, 2016 13.48 millions
11 “Knots Untie” Matthew Negrete & Channing Powell February 28, 2016 12.79 millions
12 “Not Tomorrow Yet” Seth Hoffman March 6, 2016 12.82 millions
13 “The Same Boat” Angela Kang March 13, 2016 12.53 millions
14 “Twice as Far” Matthew Negrete March 20, 2016 12.69 millions
15 “East” Story by : Scott M. Gimple & Channing Powell March 27, 2016 12.38 millions
Teleplay by : Channing Powell
16 “Last Day on Earth” Scott M. Gimple & Matthew Negrete April 3, 2016 14.19 millions

Season 7

Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
1 “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be” Greg Nicotero Scott M. Gimple October 23, 2016 17.03 millions
2 “The Well” Greg Nicotero Matthew Negrete October 30, 2016 12.46 millions
3 “The Cell” Alrick Riley Angela Kang November 6, 2016 11.72 millions
4 “Service” David Boyd Corey Reed November 13, 2016 11.40 millions
5 “Go Getters” Darnell Martin Channing Powell November 20, 2016 11.00 millions
6 “Swear” Michael E. Satrazemis David Leslie Johnson November 27, 2016 10.40 millions
7 “Sing Me a Song” Rosemary Rodriguez Angela Kang & Corey Reed December 4, 2016 10.48 millions
8 “Hearts Still Beating” Michael E. Satrazemis Matthew Negrete & Channing Powell December 11, 2016 10.58 millions
9 “Rock in the Road” Greg Nicotero Angela Kang February 12, 2017 12.00 millions
10 “New Best Friends” Jeffrey F. January Channing Powell February 19, 2017 11.08 millions
11 “Hostiles and Calamities” Kari Skogland David Leslie Johnson February 26, 2017 10.42 millions
12 “Say Yes” Greg Nicotero Matthew Negrete March 5, 2017 10.16 millions
13 “Bury Me Here” Alrick Riley Scott M. Gimple March 12, 2017 10.68 millions
14 “The Other Side” Michael E. Satrazemis Angela Kang March 19, 2017 10.32 millions
15 “Something They Need” Michael Slovis Corey Reed March 26, 2017 10.54 millions
16 “The First Day of the Rest of Your Life” Greg Nicotero Scott M. Gimple & Angela Kang & Matthew Negrete April 2, 2017 11.31 millions

Season 8

Title Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
1 “Mercy” Scott M. Gimple October 22, 2017 11.44 millions
2 “The Damned” Matthew Negrete & Channing Powell October 29, 2017 8.92 millions
3 “Monsters” Matthew Negrete & Channing Powell November 5, 2017 8.52 millions
4 “Some Guy” David Leslie Johnson November 12, 2017 8.69 millions
5 “The Big Scary U” Story by : Scott M. Gimple & David Leslie Johnson & Angela Kang November 19, 2017 7.85 millions
Teleplay by : David Leslie Johnson & Angela Kang
6 “The King, the Widow, and Rick” Angela Kang & Corey Reed November 26, 2017 8.28 millions
7 “Time for After” Matthew Negrete & Corey Reed December 3, 2017 7.47 millions
8 “How It’s Gotta Be” David Leslie Johnson & Angela Kang December 10, 2017 7.89 millions
9 “Honor” Matthew Negrete & Channing Powell February 25, 2018 8.28 millions
10 “The Lost and the Plunderers” Angela Kang & Channing Powell & Corey Reed March 4, 2018 6.82 millions
11 “Dead or Alive Or” Eddie Guzelian March 11, 2018 6.60 millions
12 “The Key” Corey Reed & Channing Powell March 18, 2018 6.66 millions
13 “Do Not Send Us Astray” Angela Kang & Matthew Negrete March 25, 2018 6.77 millions
14 “Still Gotta Mean Something”[119] TBA April 1, 2018 TBD
15 “Worth”[119] TBA April 8, 2018 TBD
16 “Wrath”[119] TBA April 15, 2018 TBD

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