AMC's most addictive post-apocalyptic zombie show is back for its season three. And on Sunday, "Walking Dead" fans should hold on to their seats because the season premier will be a fast paced ride.
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Executive producer of the show, Robert Kirkman, said that the whole season will be a "non-stop thrill ride."
"I have to say this whole season kind of hits the ground running and almost never stops. It's really just a non-stop thrill ride," Kirkman said. "After the end of the second season, the last two episodes, we really kind of amped up the adrenaline in the show to the extent that we really didn't feel like it would be possible to pull back on it, so we very quickly come across the prison in the episode. It's a pretty high-octane storytelling device that we're going to be running through this season."
And with Kirkman's revelation, read more of what to expect on season 3 and what's ahead for the survivors.
Andrea and Michonne - The last time Andrea was seen, she was being saved by a mysterious hooded figure who we now know as Michonne. On the third season of "Walking Dead," Andrea is on her "death's doorstep" talking about her relationship with the woman who saved her life. Holden said that one of the first scenes would be like a love scene in a sense that their characters would be willing to die for each other.
The Governor - Holden revealed that "The Governor" will be making his first appearance on Episode 3. Kirkman also confirmed that the character would be put on the table early for the season. Being one of the most loved villains on "The Walking Dead" comic books, "The Governor" is not who he seems to be.
Show vs. Comic Books - Kirkman said that some key moments on "The Walking Dead" comic books will be adapted into the show.
"There's definitely a lot of the Woodbury story and a lot of the prison story that fans are going to be looking forward to this season. They're going to get a lot of stuff. There's a lot of fan bait I like to say in this season so I think people will be really happy when it's all done," he confirmed.
T-Dog - Singleton revealed some details about the progress of his character for the third season. He said that T-Dog will "throw a muscle around everything her does." To be more specific, he added that T-Dog is going to do what's needed to do to help the situation.
Maggie - Cohan said that her character, Maggie, will be a "prepared warrior" for season 3 of "The Walking Dead." She added that Maggie has risen to the challenge that is required of her, but will still be the same girl she was last Season 2.
"The Walking Dead" Season 3 premier will be on Sunday at 9 p.m. (EST) on AMC.
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