The Walking Dead season 6 is coming soon.
The comic book adaptation is already on track to become the network’s most-watched TV series, and the series has already earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
But as for the season, that’s a whole different story.
For those not familiar with the Walking Dead comic books, it follows the life of Rick Grimes and his crew in the fictional city of Atlanta, and they live a very different life than most.
The show follows a group of survivors who find themselves caught between the world of the comics and the real world.
For those unfamiliar with the comic books or the world they inhabit, the first episode is a rather surreal one.
The main character, Clementine, is brought into the world in a coma.
Her journey begins to unravel as she begins to question her own identity and the meaning of life.
She is saved by a group called the Saviors, a group led by Rick Grimes, a former member of the group.
But the group isn’t the only one who wants her alive.
The group’s leader, Shane, also wants her, and she soon realizes that the Savives and their leader have other plans for her.
“This is a very, very scary show,” said executive producer and writer Brad Devereaux.
“The thing about the comic is that you’re not really in control of what happens.
It’s not like the Walking Days where you have a plan.
You have a set of rules and guidelines that you follow to survive.
And that’s what’s happening here.
We’re trying to do the exact opposite.
You’re in control.
We don’t have the right to kill you.”
The show has also been in development for several years now, and in the beginning, it was only a pilot.
The series is now slated to air its first season in 2017, but the details of that show are still in flux.
And the Walking Day, which takes place in the same city as the comics, will likely not be included in that season.
But Devereux and co-creator Glen Mazzara are confident that the series will live up to the potential of the comic book series.
“We’re going to be a very big part of the show,” Mazz, who is executive producer on the show, said.
“It’s going to have to have a very deep character, and we want to give it a little bit of that.”
That’s why, as part of their push to make the show more “serious,” the creators are working on a season 10 that takes place on the very same streets of Atlanta as the comic series.
The writers are also trying to include a number of elements from the comics.
“You’re going through your daily life in a very literal sense,” Devereau said.
“[This] is a big city.
We’ve got the mall, we’ve got everything from restaurants to shopping centers, to strip clubs.
So there’s a lot going on.
We have a lot of characters.
You’ve got a couple of the Savies who are in this situation with their leader.
You got a young woman who is going through her own story.
You also have some very scary characters like the Saviour and Shane, which are in a relationship that’s very real and very complicated.
So we’re trying really hard to make this show as realistic as possible.”
The creators have also worked on a lot other aspects of the story, like introducing a number other characters to the world. “
You’ve got people that are very realistic, but you also have a whole lot of things that are not so realistic.”
The creators have also worked on a lot other aspects of the story, like introducing a number other characters to the world.
Among them are a doctor, a police officer, a firefighter and a teacher, all of whom have a unique relationship with Clementine.
For example, in the comics Clementine has to navigate a dangerous situation and fight her way to safety.
She also has to learn how to trust a teacher who is her first teacher.
Devereaus said that the story will also introduce a number characters who are not familiar to the show.
“I think we’ll be introducing a lot new people in this season,” he said.
Mzara also talked about how the characters of the series and the world around them are all tied together.
“This is really a big deal,” he added.
“I think that’s the big thing about this show,” Deveau added.
“[The comic] is all about a very human experience.
I think it’s a very personal story.
There’s no point in trying to be more specific, but this is about a real life, a very real person, with real issues and issues that are happening in their world.
And I think that that is a theme that the writers have been very passionate about.
The world that they live in, and their relationships, they’re going there