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The Walking Dead’s New Monster in Town

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There’s a lot of hot to the touch TV to watch these days. Only a few shows on the buzzed about TV listings actually make my mouth water with anticipation when gearing up for their season or mid-season return: one is Game of Thrones.  With only ten episodes a season, Thrones leaves me wasted and wanting for so long, I’ve come up with tricks to get me through the year until its return (more on this at another time).

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Michonne with her weapon of choice: a Japanese katana. (Courtesy of AMC)

I’ve heard plenty from those of you who want less talking and setup and more backstabbing and beheading. I’m one of those who relishes each word and nuance of this meticulously crafted drama. And the moments that are heightened through actual murder and mahem is icing on a deliciously intricate triple layered cake.

But wherein we have several more months for GOT number five to return… there are but a number of days for the other mouth waterer.

The other? The Walking Dead.

More monsters have come to town and they ain’t the Walkers, baby!

 

@ There’s a monster in town and it ain’t the walkers: http://bit.ly/1u7tWty . The Countdown begins.

 

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TVolution Founder and Managing Editor DARWYN CARSON completed a six-year stint as Managing Editor of Leonard Maltin’s Annual Movie Guide in 2015. She has been covering film since her early association with entertainment journalist Michael Symanski at Zap2It.com. She also covered film and restaurant news in her column Carson’s Corner for a variety of social publications. Her articles have appeared on Zap2It, Indiewire, leonardmaltin.com and, of course, The TVolution. Follow Darwyn @bnoirlikeme. Follow The TVolution @thetvolution. Please Like The TVolution on Facebook.

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