The Walking Dead season 2 premieres in the Philippines. 
We’re quite excited about the 2nd season premiere of The Walking Dead, the highest-rated cable TV show of 2010 and one of the most breathtaking drama series made. It will be broadcast in the Philippines via Star Movies starting October 23, at 10 p.m. (verified). And thanks to a reader for updating us regarding the Fox Channel broadcast. The premiere episode will be shown on Fox on October 22, at 8:55 p.m, and a Season 1 marathon will also be shown beginning 3:55 p.m. on the same day. (verified).
The Walking Dead was created by AMC and is based on a comic series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics. It follows of the story of a group of survivors who are trying to stay alive after a zombie apocalypse.

An undead Walker! Gross much! (Photo: Screen grabs by midnishtshowing.com)

The first season scared the living daylights out of us. We can just imagine the trauma and fear being experienced by the survivors, who are traveling across the United States to look for a safe place to live. Of course, it’s no walk in the park; the post-apocalytpic world is pure desolation on a continental, even global scale. No electricity, no water, no food—just the leftovers of a civilization now overrun by hordes of undead people the survivors call “The Walkers.” And the worst bit? They want to eat not just people’s brains, but every living inch of them!
No, the zombie idea is not original, but the series’ masterful storytelling definitely brings the zombie apocalypse genre to a whole new level. Yep, aside from giving us a fright, it made us cry, too. Ultimately, The Walking Dead isn’t really just a story about death, destruction, and desolation; it’s an evocative tale of the audacity of the human spirit and its yearning for life. If you haven’t seen the first season yet, start watching it now because you are missing out!
 
Here’s the season 2 trailer for you the enjoy in the meantime 🙂
 
Video: Youtube user donnieblog
Cast of The Walking Dead (Photo: Wikipedia)
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