The Walking Dead Season 11 is one of those shows that has left me on the edge of my seat the entire time. It is a show to watch that can so easily turn you into a zombie, but it also makes me more conscious about the choices I make. I don’t know about you, but I am more aware of my actions when I leave the house (when I know I’m going to be the only one to see it!).
I am not a fan The Walking Dead of the zombie genre.
I know how hard it is to make those zombies walk and how many people die every season. The real problem with zombies is that they can be so unpredictable. That really makes a show about zombies that much more dangerous. And since there are so many zombies to kill, it is very easy to get caught up in the killing frenzy.
The Walking Dead, however, is a great example of a show that takes the “zombie” genre and turns it into a great drama.
The characters are complex and interesting.
The story is interesting. The writing is amazing. And in the end we are all left with a great end. I would watch the Walking Dead again and again.
I have to be careful here. The Walking Dead is a show that seems like it is meant to be watched over and over again. But I don’t think it is. It is a great show that seems to be much more about the characters than about the plot. As a result, I can get caught up in the killing frenzy, but I also feel like I am a part of something bigger than myself. I feel like I am a part of a community.
The Walking Dead is a show that seems to be about the characters, but that doesn’t mean it’s not also about the audience. The show’s most recent episode, “The Gift,” showed us the importance of showing what happens between the characters, even if it means the characters are gone. The Walking Dead is not a show about the characters, but about the characters.