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Developer Frank Darabont
Distributor AMC
Fox International Channels
Showrunner Frank Darabont (Season 1)
Glen Mazzara (Season 2 to Season 3)
Scott Gimple (Season 4 to Present)
Based On Image Comics' The Walking Dead
Channels AMC (United States)
Fox (International)
Channel 5 (United Kingdom)
Seasons Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Season 5
Episodes 67[1] (51 Aired)
Original Run October 31, 2010 to Present

The Walking Dead is an American horror television drama series developed by Frank Darabont. It is based on the Comic Series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard.

The series stars Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, who gets shot in the line of duty and awakens from a coma to find the world dominated by the walking dead. He sets out to find his family and encounters many other survivors along the way. The title of the series refers to the survivors, and not the zombies.

In September 2013, a spin-off series was announced by AMC.[2] Dave Erickson, writer and producer of AMC's Low Winter Sun, is confirmed to be the showrunner. In March 2014, Robert Kirkman has noted that the new series is not technically a spin-off, because none of the characters from the TV Series will be involved.[3] Kirkman stated that the new series will also be unrelated to the comics.[4]

Development

Many networks were approached by producers Gale Anne Hurd, Frank Darabont and Robert Kirkman, among them well-know ones like NBC and HBO, though all of them refused to accept the show due its extremely violent and gory story. Some even going as far as proposing a "story without zombies".[5]

Eventually, AMC took the show. On March 2010, it was announced that it ordered 6 episodes to be filmed. The filming began on the fifteenth of May, 2010. The episodes debuted on AMC on October 31, 2010.[6][7][8][9][10]

Executive Producer Frank Darabont said that the TV Series was not intended to be a miniseries. AMC ordered 13 episodes for the second season.[11] The second season debuted on October 16, 2011 at 9 p.m. with a 90 minute premiere episode "What Lies Ahead".

Frank Darabont was released from being the showrunner and replaced by Glen Mazzara (writer of the episode "Wildfire" in the first season). Darabont's departure has been surrounded in controversy, with magazine articles claiming that it was due to either a strained relationship with AMC, his failure to conform to the schedule of a TV series, or most likely due to the show's budget reduction despite commercial success.

Glen Mazzara, the Season 3 showrunner, was replaced by executive producer, Scott Gimple. Mazzara had cited creative differences with the drama and departed the series in late December 2012 after season 3 had wrapped production. Gimple took over as showrunner for Season 4.[12]

In response to a question:

"says that the show will be deliberately pushed into a storyline that is nothing like the comics. Can you confirm or deny this?"
"BIG denial. We will never completely abandon the comic as source material on the TV show. There's already another 4 seasons of material at least, in the comics always doing new material."[13]

Episodes

Season 1

Title Writer(s) Air Dates U.S. Viewers
1. "Days Gone Bye" Frank Darabont October 31, 2010 (US)
November 5, 2010 (UK)
5.35 million
2. "Guts" Frank Darabont November 7, 2010 (US)
November 12, 2010 (UK)
4.71 million
3. "Tell It to the Frogs" Frank Darabont
Charles H. Eglee
Jack LoGiudice
November 14, 2010 (US)
November 19, 2010 (UK)
5.07 million
4. "Vatos" Robert Kirkman November 21, 2010 (US)
November 26, 2010 (UK)
4.75 million
5. "Wildfire" Glen Mazzara November 28, 2010 (US)
December 3, 2010 (UK)
5.56 million
6. "TS-19" Adam Fierro
Frank Darabont
December 5, 2010 (US)
December 10, 2010 (UK)
5.97 million

Season 2

Title Writer(s) Air Dates U.S. Viewers
1. "What Lies Ahead" Frank Darabont
Robert Kirkman
October 16, 2011 (US)
October 21, 2011 (UK)
7.26 million
2. "Bloodletting" Glen Mazzara October 23, 2011 (US)
October 28, 2011 (UK)
6.70 million
3. "Save the Last One" Scott Gimple October 30, 2011 (US)
November 4, 2011 (UK)
6.10 million
4. "Cherokee Rose" Evan T. Reilly November 6, 2011 (US)
November 11, 2011 (UK)
6.29 million
5. "Chupacabra" David Leslie Johnson November 13, 2011 (US)
November 18, 2011 (UK)
6.12 million
6. "Secrets" Angela Kang November 20, 2011 (US)
November 25, 2011 (UK)
6.08 million
7. "Pretty Much Dead Already" Scott Gimple November 27, 2011 (US)
December 2, 2011 (UK)
6.62 million
8. "Nebraska" Evan T. Reilly February 12, 2012 (US)
February 17, 2012 (UK)
8.10 million
9. "Triggerfinger" David Leslie Johnson February 19, 2012 (US)
February 24, 2012 (UK)
6.89 million
10. "18 Miles Out" Scott Gimple
Glen Mazzara
February 26, 2012 (US)
March 2, 2012 (UK)
7.04 million
11. "Judge, Jury, Executioner" Angela Kang March 4, 2012 (US)
March 9, 2012 (UK)
6.77 million
12. "Better Angels" Evan T. Reilly
Glen Mazzara
March 11, 2012 (US)
March 16, 2012 (UK)
6.89 million
13. "Beside the Dying Fire" Robert Kirkman
Glen Mazzara
March 18, 2012 (US)
March 23, 2012 (UK)
8.99 million

Season 3

Title Writer(s) Air Dates U.S. Viewers
1. "Seed" Glen Mazzara October 14, 2012 (US)
October 19, 2012 (UK)
10.90 million
2. "Sick" Nichole Beattie October 21, 2012 (US)
October 26, 2012 (UK)
9.55 million
3. "Walk With Me" Evan T. Reilly October 28, 2012 (US)
November 2, 2012 (UK)
10.51 million
4. "Killer Within" Sang Kyu Kim November 4, 2012 (US)
November 9, 2012 (UK)
9.27 million
5. "Say the Word" Angela Kang November 11, 2012 (US)
November 16, 2012 (UK)
10.37 million
6. "Hounded" Scott Gimple November 18, 2012 (US)
November 23, 2012 (UK)
9.21 million
7. "When the Dead Come Knocking" Frank Renzulli November 25, 2012 (US)
November 30, 2012 (UK)
10.42 million
8. "Made to Suffer" Robert Kirkman December 2, 2012 (US)
December 7, 2012 (UK)
10.50 million
9. "The Suicide King" Evan T. Reilly February 10, 2013 (US)
February 15, 2013 (UK)
12.26 million
10. "Home" Nichole Beattie February 17, 2013 (US)
February 22, 2013 (UK)
11.05 million
11. "I Ain't a Judas" Angela Kang February 24, 2013 (US)
March 1, 2013 (UK)
11.01 million
12. "Clear" Scott Gimple March 3, 2013 (US)
March 8, 2013 (UK)
11.30 million
13. "Arrow on the Doorpost" Ryan C. Coleman March 10, 2013 (US)
March 15, 2013 (UK)
11.46 million
14. "Prey" Evan T. Reilly
Glen Mazzara
March 17, 2013 (US)
March 22, 2013 (UK)
10.84 million
15. "This Sorrowful Life" Scott Gimple March 24, 2013 (US)
March 29, 2013 (UK)
10.99 million
16. "Welcome to the Tombs" Glen Mazzara March 31, 2013 (US)
April 5, 2013 (UK)
12.40 million

Season 4

Title Writer(s) Air Dates U.S. Viewers
1. "30 Days Without An Accident" Scott Gimple October 13, 2013 (US)
October 18, 2013 (UK)
16.11 million
2. "Infected" Angela Kang October 20, 2013 (US)
October 25, 2013 (UK)
13.94 million
3. "Isolation" Robert Kirkman October 27, 2013 (US)
November 1, 2013 (UK)
12.92 million
4. "Indifference" Matt Negrete November 3, 2013 (US)
November 8, 2013 (UK)
13.31 million
5. "Internment" Channing Powell November 10, 2013 (US)
November 15, 2013 (UK)
12.20 million
6. "Live Bait" Nichole Beattie November 17, 2013 (US)
November 22, 2013 (UK)
12.00 million
7. "Dead Weight" Curtis Gwinn November 24, 2013 (US)
November 29, 2013 (UK)
11.29 million
8. "Too Far Gone" Seth Hoffman December 1, 2013 (US)
December 6, 2013 (UK)
12.05 million
9. "After" Robert Kirkman February 9, 2014 (US)
February 10, 2014 (UK)
15.76 million
10. "Inmates" Matt Negrete
Channing Powell
February 16, 2014 (US)
February 17, 2014 (UK)
13.33 million
11. "Claimed" Nichole Beattie
Seth Hoffman
February 23, 2014 (US)
February 24, 2014 (UK)
13.12 million
12. "Still" Angela Kang March 2, 2014 (US)
March 3, 2014 (UK)
12.60 million
13. "Alone" Curtis Gwinn March 9, 2014 (US)
March 10, 2014 (UK)
12.65 million
14. "The Grove" Scott Gimple March 16, 2014 (US)
March 17, 2014 (UK)
12.86 million
15. "Us" Nichole Beattie
Seth Hoffman
March 23, 2014 (US)
March 24, 2014 (UK)
13.46 million
16. "A" Scott Gimple
Angela Kang
March 30, 2014 (US)
March 31, 2014 (UK)
15.67 million

Season 5

Season 5 was announced on October 29, 2013 and is confirmed to consist of sixteen episodes.[1]

Title Writer(s) Air Dates U.S. Viewers
1. "No Sanctuary"[14] Scott Gimple October 12, 2014 (US)
October 13, 2014 (UK)
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Webisodes

Torn Apart

Title Writer(s) Posted Date
1. "A New Day" John Esposito October 3, 2011
2. "Family Matters" John Esposito October 3, 2011
3. "Domestic Violence" John Esposito October 3, 2011
4. "Neighborly Advice" John Esposito October 3, 2011
5. "Step Mother" John Esposito October 3, 2011
6. "Everything Dies" John Esposito October 3, 2011

Cold Storage

Title Writer(s) Posted Date
1. "Hide and Seek" John Esposito October 1, 2012
2. "Keys to the Kingdom" John Esposito October 1, 2012
3. "The Chosen Ones" John Esposito October 1, 2012
4. "Parting Shots" John Esposito October 1, 2012

The Oath

Title Writer(s) Posted Date
1. "Alone" Luke Passmore October 1, 2013
2. "Choice" Luke Passmore October 1, 2013
3. "Bond" Luke Passmore October 1, 2013

DVD Releases

Season Episodes DVD and Blu-ray™ release
United States United Kingdom Australia
1 6 March 8, 2011 May 16, 2011 March 15, 2012
2 13 August 28, 2012 August 27, 2012 June 20, 2012
3 16 August 27, 2013 September 30, 2013 September 25, 2013
4 16 August 26, 2014[15] TBA TBA

Cast and Characters

This is a list of the main characters in The Walking Dead, in order of living status.

Actor Character Appeared Seasons Status Background
Andrew Lincoln Rick Grimes 1, 2, 3, 4 Alive Rick is the husband of Lori Grimes and the father of Carl Grimes. An honest, kind, and lawful person, Rick worked in King County, Georgia as a sheriff's deputy who after awaking from a coma finds the world ravaged by an undead apocalypse. He has since become the leader of a group of survivors from Atlanta, Georgia. Rick became more ruthless after being forced to kill his best friend, Shane, but also became mentally unstable after the death of Lori. After a while, he finally became more stable and is trying to live a peaceful life with his son and his newborn daughter, Judith.
Chandler Riggs Carl Grimes 1, 2, 3, 4 Alive Carl is the son of Rick and Lori. He fled with Lori and Shane after the apocalypse, thinking his father was dead. Once naive and childish, he began changing dramatically after accidentally getting shot and having his close friend, Sophia, died as a walker. As the apocalypse goes on, he slowly becomes colder and harsher and he and his father is trying to live a good life after facing many horror and sorrows. Pessimistic at times, he would often scold people he thinks are not living in the real world.
Steven Yeun Glenn Rhee 1, 2, 3, 4 Alive Glenn is a pizza delivery boy who knows every shortcut in Atlanta. He saved Rick when he was trapped inside a tank surrounded by walkers, and brought Rick back to the Atlanta camp, where he is reunited with his wife and son. He is frequently used as a "runner" for supplies when the Atlanta survivors are running low, due to his extensive knowledge and talent. He is quick on his feet and is a fast tinker with tools and weapons and also frequently got into dangerous situations, which he always proved himself capable of dealing with them. He develops a relationship with Maggie, and after surviving for months with her and her family, finally marries her.
Norman Reedus Daryl Dixon 1, 2, 3, 4 Alive Daryl is the younger brother of Merle and is the survivor camp's expert hunter and tracker whose signature weapon is a crossbow. A violent and short-tempered man at first, he slowly become Rick's most trusted right-hand man and a reliable protector for the group. Once decided to leave the group for Merle, but returns to the group with him and since then, had grown wiser, stronger and more mature. He keeps the prison going by bringing back food and new people from his supply run.
Melissa Suzanne McBride Carol Peletier 1, 234 Alive Carol was a wife and mother before and during the apocalypse. Her abusive husband, Ed, was poetically slain by a female zombie during a raid of the undead upon the original Atlanta camp. Her daughter Sophia became a walker and was taken to a barn on the Greene Farm (which housed zombies; the owner of the farm, Hershel Greene, believed the undead to be sick people in need of a cure). Carol is the sole surviving member of her immediate family and with the death of Andrea at the close of the Third season finale, the last surviving female of the original Atlanta group.
Lauren Cohan Maggie Greene 2, 3, 4 Alive Maggie is the daughter of Hershel Greene and older half-sister of Beth Greene. Maggie is strong, caring, brave, a tomboy, and is one of the main asset for the group. She stayed at a farmhouse with her family and neighbors when the survivors encountered them in Season 2. She has gone on to become seriously involved with Glenn over the course of his stay on the farm and eventually, marry him after spending months surviving together with him and his group.
Danai Gurira Michonne 2, 3, 4 Alive Michonne is a mysterious survivor who saved Andrea in "Beside the Dying Fire". She wield a katana and is stealthy, quiet, and doesn't like being in a crowd. She was a close friend of Andrea before they went to Woodbury. She also despised the Governor from the moment she met him, putting herself and Andrea in trouble and resulting into joining Rick's group. After Andrea died, she began getting closer to the group and had grown a lot more talkative and developed a sense of humor. She had been hunting for the Governor after his disappearance and finally get her revenge when the Governor attacked the prison. She is forced to escape the prison and is beginning to go back to her old self.
Jon Bernthal Shane Walsh 1, 2, 3 Deceased Shane was Rick's partner in the King County Sheriff's Department and best friend since high school. When Rick got shot and was in a coma, Shane brought him to the hospital and when the apocalypse breaks out, he barricaded Rick's room to keep him safe. His downfall began with his obsessive love over Rick's wife Lori. After getting caught lying to Lori about Rick dying, his relationship started to fall apart starting with Lori, Rick and eventually, almost the whole group. He lead Rick into an empty open plain, where he planned to kill him but failed and was stabbed by a knife in the stomach by Rick. Reanimated and was put down by Carl.
Sarah Wayne Callies Lori Grimes 1, 2, 3 Deceased Lori was the wife of Rick and mother of Carl. Headstrong, caring, and brave but at times, indecisive. Believing Rick to be dead, she followed Shane to Atlanta. After knowing that Rick is alive, she immediately cut any ties of Shane from her family. Shane continued harboring feelings for her which caused friction between him and Rick. She became distant with Rick and Carl as time goes on, but still remained close to the rest of the group. She met her demise through the birth of her daughter Judith. Carl shot Lori before becoming a walker.
Jeffrey DeMunn Dale Horvath 1, 2 Deceased Dale was the owner of the Winnebago around which the others, particularly Andrea, had formed a community. His consciousness for humanity holds together what is left of the former society between the survivors. He died after getting his stomach ripped off by a walker while scouting around Hershel's farm in the night. His death affected the survivor's moral and encourage them to always take the best way to survive.
Laurie Holden Andrea 1, 2, 3 Deceased Andrea was an attorney who was on a road trip with her sister Amy when the apocalypse occurred. A strong, independent woman, she became the most prominent dead-eye shooter next to Shane within the group. Separated from the rest of her group when walkers attacked the farm she and her group was staying at. Rescued by Michonne and leaves her after finding a town named Woodbury. Began a relationship with The Governor but tried to stop him after realizing he was bad. Committed suicide after being bitten by Walker Milton. 
Michael Rooker Merle Dixon 1, 2, 3 Deceased Merle is Daryl's older racist brother, who Rick handcuffed to the roof of a department store and was forced to cut his hand off to escape. He was rescued by the Governor after escaping the rooftop he was trapped in. Since then, he became one of the Governor's most trusted right-hand man and lived in Woodbury. He began living at the prison with Rick's group after escaping Woodbury together with Daryl. After living in the prison, he began to have a change of heart and sacrificed himself for the prison group by attacking the Governor secretly. Killed by the Governor, left to turn. Walker Merle was put down by Daryl.
Scott Wilson Hershel Greene 2, 34 Deceased Hershel is the recovering alcoholic father of Maggie and Beth. He owns a farm house that the survivors encounter in Season 2. Once against killing the walkers, Hershel has since become one of Rick's most devoted followers after seeing the truth in humanity amongst the apocalypse. Even after having his leg amputated because of a walker bite, he does not give up hope and is always there to lend his strength whenever the group needs his guidance. He tragically died at the hands of The Governor, being executed in front of his daughters by getting his head chopped off with Michonne's katana.
David Morrissey The Governor 3, 4 Deceased Philip is the antagonist leading Woodbury. He had a wife and a daughter named Penny, who he kept tied up when she became a walker, thinking that somehow she would remember him. He is manipulating and is full of malice and hatred. After Rick's group invade his town, he began having obsession to eliminate Rick's group and destroy the prison and does it relentlessly, without remorse. After being defeated by Rick's group, he gave up on living, but started getting hope when a chance arised to destroy the prison once and for all. He died by getting shot in the head after destroying the prison in which Rick and the others lived in.

Supporting Cast

This is a list of the supporting cast in The Walking Dead, in order of living status.

Actor Character Appeared Seasons Status Background
Lennie James Morgan Jones 1, 3 Alive Morgan is the first survivor Rick encounters along with his son Duane.
Emily Kinney Beth Greene 2, 3, 4 Alive Beth is a shy, soft-spoken teenage girl and is Hershel's youngest daughter, Maggie's younger half-sister, and was dating a boy named Jimmy. After attempting suicide, she has come to accept the world in a more tragic view than the rest of her family. Becomes the main caretaker of Judith after the death of Lori. She eventually dated another boy named Zach, who died shortly after. She became emotionally distant after witnessing many of her friends and family dying.
Chad Coleman Tyreese 3, 4 Alive Tyreese is a survivor encountered at the prison and brother of Sasha.
Sonequa Martin-Green Sasha 3, 4 Alive Sasha is the sister of Tyreese and a member of his group.
Michael Cudlitz Abraham Ford 4 Alive Abraham is a survivor first encountered by Tara Chambler and Glenn Rhee after post-prison attack and the leader of his own group, along with Rosita Espinosa and Eugene Porter.
Christian Serratos Rosita Espinosa 4 Alive Rosita is a survivor first encountered by Tara Chambler and Glenn Rhee after post-prison attack and a member of Abraham Ford's group, along with Eugene Porter.
Josh McDermitt Eugene Porter 4 Alive Eugene is a survivor first encountered by Tara Chambler and Glenn Rhee after post-prison attack and a member of Abraham Ford's group, along with Rosita Espinosa.
Alanna Masterson Tara Chambler 4 Alive Tara is a member of Chambler's family, consisting of Lilly Chambler, Meghan Chambler and David Chambler. She, Lilly and Meghan later joins The Governer and The Governer joins Caesar Martinez's group.
Lawrence Gilliard Jr. Bob Stookey 4 Alive Stookey is a Army medic who joins the group in the prison.
IronE Singleton Theodore "T-Dog" Douglas 1, 2, 3 Deceased T-Dog was a member of the Atlanta camp. He has proven himself useful on trips to Atlanta with the group. Died in the prison when he and Carol were attacked allowing Carol to escape.
Andrew Rothenberg Jim 1, 3 (Voice Only) Undead Jim was an Atlanta survivor. Jim was bitten or scratched during an attack, but not killed, the day before the group went to the CDC. On the way to the CDC, he was in pain and afraid he was going to turn, Jim requested to be left by the road, under a tree to die.
Madison Lintz Sophia Peletier 1, 2 Deceased Sophia was the daughter of Carol whose abusive dad, Ed, died in a zombie attack on the group at their former camp. After being found in the Greene barn, Walker Sophia was killed by Rick Grimes.
Emma Bell Amy 1, 3 (Voice Only) Deceased Amy was a college senior who was traveling with her older sister Andrea during the outbreak. Attacked at the Atlanta camp, Walker Amy was killed by her sister, Andrea.
Juan Gabriel Pareja Morales 1 Unknown Morales is a husband and father of two, who left the main group during "Wildfire". His status is currently unknown, along with the rest of his family.
Noel Gugliemi Felipe 1 Unknown Felipe is a nurse and part of the Vatos Gang. He is a friend of Guillermo, grandson of Abuela, and cousin of Miguel.
Donzaleigh Abernathy Dr. Alice Stevens 3 Deceased Dr. Stevens is a doctor of Woodbury, Georgia.
Adrian Kali Turner Duane Jones 1 Undead Duane is the son of Morgan Jones and one of the first survivors that Rick encounters. Was zombified by his undead mother, Jenny.
Noah Emmerich Dr. Edwin Jenner 1 Deceased Dr. Jenner was a CDC doctor, who stayed behind in order to find a cure but he chose to commit suicide at the CDC as it exploded with Jacqui.
Michael Zegen Randall 2 Deceased Randall was a member of Dave and Tony's group, who was kept alive by Rick Grimes. His neck was broken by Shane and he was killed as a walker by Glenn.
Pruitt Taylor Vince Otis 2 Deceased Otis was the Greene family neighbor who stayed and helped at their farm. Patricia's husband. Shot in knee by Shane to aid his escape, killed by walkers.
Dallas Roberts Milton Mamet 3 Deceased Milton is a scientist living in Woodbury, Georgia. He is a confidant of The Governor. Stabbed by the Governor, left to turn in order to kill Andrea. Walker Milton killed by Andrea after she was bitten.
Lew Temple Axel 3 Deceased Axel was the last remaining prisoner discovered by Rick's group. Killed by The Governor when Woodbury attacked the prison (head shot, never turned).
Alexa Nikolas Haley 3 Deceased Haley was an athlete from Woodbury. She killed her zombified father and brother in order to survive. She was shot dead by Maggie whilst the Prison group invaded Woodbury.
Julio Cesar Cedillo Lieutenant Welles 3 Undead Lt. Welles was a U.S. Military pilot and member of the National Guard whose helicopter crashed. He was rescued by The Governor only to be killed later.
Jose Pablo Cantillo Caesar Martinez 3, 4 Deceased Martinez is The Governor's personal bodyguard.
Melissa Ponzio Karen 3, 4 Deceased Karen is a female survivor in Woodbury who joined the prison. Murdered by Carol in the prison.
Audrey Marie Anderson Lilly Chambler 4 Deceased Lilly is a member of Chambler's family, consisting of Tara Chambler, Meghan Chambler and David Chambler. She, Tara and Meghan later joins The Governer and The Governer joins Caesar Martinez's group.
Meyrick Murphy Meghan Chambler 4 Deceased Meghan is a member of Chambler's family, consisting of Tara Chambler, Lilly Chambler and David Chambler. She, Tara and Meghan later joins The Governer and The Governer joins Caesar Martinez's group.
Aldis Hodge Mike 2, 3, 4 Undead Mike is Michonne's boyfriend, and dies of a zombie bite after the zombie apocalypse begins. After Mike and Terry are zombified, Michonne keeps them as pets and for protection against other walkers.
Brandon Fobbs Terry 2, 3, 4 Undead Terry is Mike's friend, and dies of a zombie bite after the zombie apocalypse begins. After Terry and Mike are zombified, Michonne keeps them as pets and for protection against other walkers.

This is a list of co-stars in The Walking Dead, not in order.

Actor Character Appeared Seasons Status Background
Jim R. Coleman Lambert Kendal 1 Unknown Lam is a police officer, who used to work with Rick Grimes.
Linds Edwards Leon Basset 1 Deceased Leon was a police officer, who used to work with Rick Grimes. Walker Leon was killed by Rick.
Keisha Tillis Jenny Jones 1 Deceased Jenny was the wife of Morgan Jones and the mother of Duane Jones. Morgan was unable to kill Jenny and Walker Jenny killed her son, Duane.  
Jeryl Prescott Sales Jacqui 1, 3 (Voice Only) Deceased Jacqui was a survivor, who chose to commit suicide at the CDC as it exploded.
Viviana Chavez-Vega Miranda Morales 1 Unknown Miranda is the wife of Morales and mother of Louis and Eliza.
Maddie Lomax Eliza Morales 1 Unknown Eliza is the daughter of Miranda and Morales.
Adam Minarovich Ed Peletier 1, 2 Deceased Ed was the father of Sophia and husband of Carol Peletier. He physically abused his wife. He was killed in Atlanta by a walker herd and was prevented reanimation by Carol.
Anthony Guajardo Miguel 1 Unknown Miguel is the cousin of Felipe and a member of the Vatos group.
James Gonzaba Jorge 1 Unknown Jorge is a member of the Vatos Gang group.
Neil Brown Jr. Guillermo 1 Unknown Guillermo or "G." is the leader of the Vatos group and a custodian in the Atlanta Nursing Home.
Gina Morelli Abuela 1 Unknown Abuela is the grandmother of Felipe and Miguel who stays at the nursing home.
Kelley Davis Paula 2 Unknown Paula is a friend of Lori from King County, Georgia.
Jane McNeill Patricia 2 Deceased Patricia was the wife of Otis who was staying at the Greene Family Farm and was helping out at their house. She was overwhelmed by walkers as the survivors fled from the farm.
James Allen McCune Jimmy 2 Deceased Jimmy was a survivor who lived at Hershel's farm. He was dating Beth Greene until his death, where he was devoured by walkers when Hershel's Farm faced a herd.
Michael Raymond James Dave 2 Deceased Dave was a survivor who was killed by Rick Grimes and was part of Randall's group.
Aaron Munoz Tony 2 Deceased Tony was a survivor who was killed by Rick Grimes and was part of Randall's group.
Phillip DeVona Nate 2 Unknown Nate is a survivor from Randall's group.
Keedar Whittle Sean 2 Deceased Sean was a survivor from Randall's group who was killed by Hershel Greene.
Vincent Ward Oscar 3 Deceased Oscar was a prisoner discovered by, and later joined Rick's group. He later died in Woodbury during the attempt to rescue Maggie and Glenn.
Markice Moore Andrew 3 Deceased Andrew was a prisoner discovered by Rick's group. His act of vengeance caused the deaths of T-Dog and Lori. Was killed by Oscar (head shot) during a confrontation with Rick in the prison generator room.
Nick Gomez Tomas 3 Deceased Tomas was a prisoner discovered by Rick's group. His actions against Rick Grimes ultimately led to his demise (machete to the head).
Theodus Crane Big Tiny 3 Deceased Big Tiny was a prisoner discovered by Rick's group. Was killed by Tomas when Big Tiny was scratched and infected by a walker.
Troy Faruk Sean 3 Deceased Sean was a soldier who died in a helicopter crash.
Mike Mayhall Franklin 3 Deceased Franklin was a soldier who died in a helicopter crash.
Arthur Bridgers Crowley 3 Deceased Crowley was a resident from Woodbury and a member of The Governor's forces, who was killed by Michonne.
Lawrence Kao Tim 3 Deceased Tim was a resident from Woodbury and a member of The Governor's forces, who was killed by Michonne.
Travis Love Shumpert 3, 4 Deceased Shumpert is a resident from Woodbury and a member of The Governor's forces.
Dango Nguyen Mean Guard 3 Deceased The Guard #2 was a resident from Woodbury, who was shot by Merle Dixon and devoured by walkers.
Lindsay Abernathy Rowan 3 Deceased Rowan is a female resident of Woodbury and one of the many lovers of Philip.
Gary Weeks Brady 3 Deceased Cpl. Brad was a soldier killed by The Governor.
Dwayne Boyd National Guardsman 3 Deceased The National Guardsman was a soldier killed by The Governor.
Dave Davis Neil Gargulio 3 Deceased Gargulio was a resident from Woodbury and a member of The Governor's forces, who was killed by Merle.
Peter Kulas Michael Coleman 3 Deceased Michael was a bedridden resident from Woodbury, who died from prostate cancer.
Alex Van Hermit 3 Deceased The Hermit lived in the woods between the prison and Woodbury before he was discovered by Rick's group. He was unaware of the apocalypse. Killed by Michonne and fed to the walkers in grant the group's escape.
Daniel Thomas May Allen 3 Deceased Allen was a member of Tyreese's group. He is the husband of Donna and father of Ben. Allen was killed by The Governor.
Cherie Dvorak Donna 3 Deceased Donna was a member of Tyreese's group. She is the wife of Allen and mother of Ben. Donna died from being bit by a walker, and killed by Tyreese before reanimation.
Tyler Chase Ben 3 Deceased Ben was a member of Tyreese's group. He is the son of Allen and Donna. Ben was killed by Merle.
Russell Towery Guard 3 Deceased The Guard is a resident from Woodbury.
E. Roger Mitchell Paul 3 Deceased Paul was a resident from Woodbury. Paul was killed by The Governor.
Al Vicente Mexican Man 3 Unknown The Unnamed Hispanic Man is one of the people encountered by Daryl and Merle at Yellow Jacket Creek.
Karenlie Riddering Mexican Woman 3 Unknown The Unnamed Hispanic Woman is one of the people encountered by Daryl and Merle at Yellow Jacket Creek.
Andy Glen Mexican Boy 3 Unknown The Unnamed Hispanic Boy is one of the people encountered by Daryl and Merle at Yellow Jacket Creek.
Parker Wierling Noah 3 Deceased Noah is an asthmatic resident of Woodbury.
Russ Comegys Hitchhiker 3 Deceased The Unnamed Hitchhiker was a survivor found by Rick, Carl, and Michonne in the highway. He was devoured by walkers.
Tanner Holland Jody 3 Deceased Jody was a teenager killed by Carl.
Danny Vinson David 4 Deceased David is the father of the Chambler Family that Philip discovers while on his own.
Kyle Gallner Zach 4 Deceased Zack is a college student. He participated at a supply run in Big Spot, which resulted in him being devoured by walkers.
Danny Vinson David Chambler 4 Deceased David is part of family of Chamblers, including Lilly Chambler, Tara Chambler and Meghan Chambler.

This is a list of the notable uncredited cast in The Walking Dead, in order of first appearance.

Actor Character Seasons Status Background
Addy Miller Summer 1 Deceased Summer was a zombified girl who apparently grabbed a teddy bear. Her identity is revealed in the Social Game.
Melissa Cowan Hannah 1 Deceased Hannah was a zombified stump of a woman found by Rick near a bicycle. Her identity is revealed in The Walking Dead Webisodes: Torn Apart.
Blade Siggard's Family Horse 1 Deceased Siggard's Family Horse was a horse in the Siggard's Farm. It was eaten by a a herd of walkers in Atlanta, Georgia.
Unknown Wayne Dunlap 1 Deceased Wayne was a zombie used by Rick and Glenn as camouflage.
Noah Lomax Louis Morales 1 Unknown Louis is the son of Miranda and Morales.
Gregory Nicotero Notable Walers 1, 3 Deceased Amy's Walker was the walker that bit Amy, he also played the "Deer Eating" walker, and the walker that attacked Richard Foster.
Judi M. Durand Vi 1 Destroyed Vi was an artificially intelligent program at the CDC.
Claire Bronson Candace Jenner 1 Deceased Candace was the wife of Edwin Jenner. Candace was bitten by a walker and shot by Edwin after reanimation.
Michael Koske Callaway 2 Undead Callaway is a zombified soldier.
Blade Nelly 2 Unknown Nelly is a horse in the Greene Family Farm.
Unknown Louise Bush 2 Deceased Louise was one of zombified neighbors in the Greene Family Farm, who was shot down by the Atlanta survivors.
Unknown Doug 2 Deceased Doug was one of Hershel Greene's zombified neighbors, who was shot down by the Atlanta survivors.
Amber Chaney Annette Greene 2 Deceased Annette was the second wife of Hershel Greene and mother of Shawn, who was killed by Andrea after reanimation.
Travis Charpentier Shawn Greene 2 Deceased Shawn was the son of Annette and Hershel Greene and half-brother of Beth, who was shot down by the Atlanta survivors.
Meaghan Caddy Eileen 3 Deceased Eileen is a pregnant woman from Woodbury, Georgia.
Matthew Austin Murray Wilson 3 Deceased Wilson was a soldier killed by The Governor.
Kylie Szymanski Penny Blake 3 Deceased Penny was the zombified daughter of The Governor. Penny was killed by Michonne after reanimation.
Adelaide and Eliza Cornwell (S3)
Tinsley and Anniston Price (S4)
Judith Grimes 3, 4 Unknown Judith is the daughter of Lori Grimes and sister/half-sister of Carl. It is unknown whether if her father is Rick or Shane.
Greg Tresan Richard Foster 3 Deceased Richard was a resident from Woodbury. Richard was bitten by walkers and shot by The Governor before reanimation.
Carol Lane Tresan Mrs. Foster 3 Deceased Mrs. Foster was a resident from Woodbury.
Devon Tresan Richard Foster's Daughter 3 Deceased Richard`s daughter was a resident from Woodbury.
Unknown Erin 3 Deceased Erin was a zombified survivor found in the highway.
Lucie O'Ferrall Ms. McLeod 3, 4 Unknown Ms. McLeod is a resident from Woodbury.
Denise Huth Philip's Wife 3 Deceased Philip's Wife is the wife of The Governor. She was killed in a car accident before the outbreak occured.
Denny Ainsworth Woodbury Resident 3, 4 Alive This resident is a former resident of Woodbury, later moves to the prison with all the other elderly.
Bill Vella Woodbury Resident 3, 4 Deceased This resident is a former resident of Woodbury, later moves to the prison with all the other elderly.
Royce Munn Woodbury Resident 3 Deceased This resident lived in Woodbury, was killed by The Governor when disagreeing to fight the prison survivors.
Abigail Jackson Woodbury Resident 3, 4 Deceased This resident is a former resident of Woodbury, later moves to the prison with all the other elderly.
Gina Marie Woodbury Resident 3 Deceased This resident lived in Woodbury, was killed by The Governor when disagreeing to fight the prison survivors.
Lenora Woodbury Resident 3, 4 Unknown This resident is a former resident of Woodbury, later moves to the prison with all the other elderly.
Gregory Wilborn Woodbury Resident 3 Deceased This resident lived in Woodbury, was killed by The Governor when disagreeing to fight the prison survivors.
Nikki O'Neal Cocroft Woodbury Resident 3 Deceased This resident lived in Woodbury, was killed by The Governor when disagreeing to fight the prison survivors.
Sherrie Leigh Floyd Billings Woodbury Resident 3 Deceased This resident lived in Woodbury, was killed by The Governor when disagreeing to fight the prison survivors.
Robert Bae Harvey Woodbury Resident 3 Deceased This resident lived in Woodbury, was killed by The Governor when disagreeing to fight the prison survivors.
Chase Flame 4 Deceased Michonne's horse.

Reception

The show currently scores 85 out of 100 on Metacritic based on 25 reviews, indicating Universal acclaim.[16] In a cover article Entertainment Weekly called The Walking Dead "The Best New Show on TV".[17] Nancy deWolf Smith from The Wall Street Journal said that the "pilot episode [is] so good that it has hooked even a zombie hater like me." She said that what made the show so good was that it feels real and looks cinematic.[18] Heather Havrilesky of Salon.com included the show on their list of 9 new TV shows to not miss, giving it a grade of "A", with the author saying "A film-quality drama series about zombies? Somebody pinch me!"[19]

Based on 24 reviews collected by Rotten Tomatoes, the first season of The Walking Dead received an average 96% overall "Certified Fresh" approval rating; the website's consensus states, "Blood-spattered, emotionally resonant, and white-knuckle intense, The Walking Dead puts an intelligent spin on the overcrowded zombie sub genre".

Based on 21 reviews collected by Rotten Tomatoes, the second season of The Walking Dead received an average 90% overall "Certified Fresh" approval rating; the website's consensus states, "The second season of The Walking Dead fleshes out the characters while maintaining the grueling tension and gore that made the show a hit."

Based on 28 reviews collected by Rotten Tomatoes, the third season of The Walking Dead received an average 96% overall "Certified Fresh" approval rating; the website's consensus states, "The palpable terror and visceral thrills continue in the third season of The Walking Dead, along with a deeper sense of the people who inhabit its apocalyptic landscape."

The pilot received 5.3 million viewers, making it the most-watched premiere episode of any AMC television series.

The season 2 premiere and encore received a total of 11 million viewers, the rest of the season continues to break records around the world.

The season 3 premiere garnered a record-breaking 10.9 million viewers, and together with its encore, the premiere was watched by 15.2 million viewers, making this the most-watched episode of The Walking Dead, to date.[20]

The season 4 premiere garnered cable record-breaking numbers, averaging 16.11 million U.S. viewers. This beats out the season three finale, "Welcome to the Tombs," which was viewed by 12.42 million, for the most viewed episode of The Walking Dead.

Awards & Nominations

AFI Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2010 AFI TV Programme of the Year[21] Frank Darabont, Denise Huth, Tom Luse Winner
2012 AFI TV Programme of the Year[22] The Walking Dead Winner

Artios Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Television Pilot - Drama Sharon Bialy, Lisa Mae Fincannon, Sherry Thomas, Craig Fincannon Nominated

Bram Stoker Award

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Screenplay[23] Scott Gimple (for the episode "Save the Last One") Nominated
Scott Gimple (for the episode "Pretty Much Dead Already") Nominated

Cinema Audio Society Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2012 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series Gary D. Rogers, Bartek Swiatek, Dan Hiland (for the episode "What Lies Ahead") Nominated

Critics' Choice Television Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Best Drama Series[24] The Walking Dead Nominated

Directors Guild of America Award

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series[25] Frank Darabont (for the episode "Days Gone Bye") Nominated

Dorian Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 TV Drama of the Year [26] The Walking Dead Nominated

Eddie Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television[27] Hunter M. Via (for the episode "Days Gone Bye") Winner
2012 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television[28] Hunter M. Via (for the episode "Save the Last One") Nominated

Emmy Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special [29] Jake Garber, Howard Berger, Garrett Immel, Gregory Nicotero, Jaremy Aiello, Andy Schoneberg (for the episode "Days Gone Bye") Winner
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series Darleen Stoker, Walter Newman, Michael Baber, Jerry Edemann, Kenneth Young, David Lee Fein, Hilda Hodges (for the episode "Days Gone Bye") Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series[30] Jason Sperling, Kristin Johnson, Sam Nicholson, Kent Johnson, Michael Enriquez, Christopher D. Martin, Anthony Ocampo, Michael Cook, Gregory Nicotero (for the episode "Days Gone Bye") Nominated
2012 Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special [31] Jake Garber, Andy Schoneberg, Kevin Wasner, Gino Crognale, Carey Jonse (for the episode "What Lies Ahead") Winner
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series[31] Jerry Ross, Lou Thomas, Tim Farrell, Phil Barrie, David Lee Fein, Hilda Hodges (for the episode "Beside the Dying Fire") Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series[31] Victor Scalise, Jason Sperling, Darrell Pritchett, Eddie Bonin, Valeri Pfahning, Spence Fuller, Martin Hilke (for the episode "Beside the Dying Fire") Nominated

Golden Globes Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Best Television Series - Drama[32] The Walking Dead Nominated

Golden Reel Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form - Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement[33][34] Kenneth Young, Bruce M. Honda, Darleen Stoker, Lou Thomas, Walter Newman (for the episode "Guts") Winner
Best Sound Editing: Long Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television[33] [Walter Newman, Kenneth Young, Jerry Edemann, David Lee Fein, Hilda Hodges, Darleen R. Stoker, Peter Reynolds (for the episode "Days Gone Bye") Nominated
Best Sound Editing: Long Form Dialogue and ADR in Television[33] Walter Newman, Kenneth Young, Darleen R. Stoker, Lou Thomas, Bruce Honda, Skip Schoolnik (for the episode "Days Gone Bye") Nominated
2012 Best Sound Editing in Television Long Form - Sound Effects & Foley[35] Gary D. Rogers, Gregg Barbanell, Pamela Kahn, Stacey Michaels (for the episode "What Lies Ahead") Winner
Best Sound Editing: Long Form Dialogue and ADR in Television[35] Jerry Ross, Lou Thomas, Steffan Falesitch, Karyn Foster (for the episode "What Lies Ahead") Nominated
Best Sound Editing: Short Form Dialogue and ADR in Television Jerry Ross, Lou Thomas, Steffan Falesitch (for the episode "Save the Last One") Nominated

International Cinematographers Guild

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Maxwell Weinberg Publicist Showmanship Awards for Television[36] The Walking Dead Nominated

People's Choice Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show The Walking Dead Nominated
2013 Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show The Walking Dead Nominated
Favorite Cable TV Drama The Walking Dead Nominated

Satellite Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Best Television Series The Walking Dead Nominated
2012 Best Genre Series The Walking Dead Winner
Best Television Cast Andrew Lincoln, Sarah Wayne Callies, Laurie Holden, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Danai Gurira, Michael Rooker, and David Morrissey Winner

Saturn Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2010 Best Television Presentation[37] The Walking Dead Winner
Best Actor on Television[37] Andrew Lincoln Nominated
Best Actress on Television[37] Sarah Wayne Callies Nominated
Best Guest Starring Role on Television[37] Noah Emmerich Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television[37] Steven Yeun Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television[37] Laurie Holden Nominated
2011 Best Presentation on Television[38] The Walking Dead Winner
Best Supporting Actor on Television[38] Norman Reedus Nominated
The Innovator Award[39] Robert Kirkman Winner
2012 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series[40] The Walking Dead Winner
Best Actor on Television[40] Andrew Lincoln Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television[40] David Morrissey Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television[40] Laurie Holden Winner
2013 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series[41] The Walking Dead Winner

Screen Actors Guild Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2013 Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series Ashley Rae Trisler, Russell Towery, Bob Fisher, Andrew Rusk, Taylor Towery, Philip Dido and W. Dante Ha Nominated

Streamy Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2013 Best Derivative Series[42] Cold Storage Winner

Television Critics Association Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Outstanding New Program of the Year The Walking Dead Nominated

Teen Choice Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Choice TV: Breakout Show The Walking Dead Nominated

TP de Oro

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2012 Best Foreign Series The Walking Dead Nominated

TV Quick Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Best New Drama Frank Darabont, Tom Luse, Denise M. Huth Nominated

Visual Effects Society Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2011 Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program Sam Nicholson, Kent Johnson, Christopher D. Martin, Jason Sperling Nominated

Writers Guild of America Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2010 New Series [43] Frank Darabont, Robert Kirkman, Glen Mazzara, Jack LoGiudice, Charles H. Eglee, Adam Fierro Nominated
2011 Outstanding Achievement in Writing Derivative New Media [44] John Esposito, Gregory Nicotero (The Walking Dead Webisodes: Torn Apart "A New Day", "Family Matters", "Neighborly Advice", "Step Mother" and "Everything Dies") Nominated

Young Artist Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result

2012

Best Performance in a TV Series - Leading Young Actor Chandler Riggs Nominated
Best Performance in a TV Series - Recurring Young Actress Madison Leisle Nominated
2013

Best Peformance in a TV Series - Leading Young Actor

Chandler Riggs Nominated
Best Performance in a TV Series - Recurring Young  Actress Madison Lintz Nominated

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Episodes of The Walking Dead
Season 1 "Days Gone Bye" • "Guts" • "Tell It to the Frogs" • "Vatos" • "Wildfire" • "TS-19"
Season 2 "What Lies Ahead" • "Bloodletting" • "Save the Last One" • "Cherokee Rose" • "Chupacabra" • "Secrets" • "Pretty Much Dead Already" • "Nebraska" • "Triggerfinger" • "18 Miles Out" • "Judge, Jury, Executioner" • "Better Angels" • "Beside the Dying Fire"
Season 3 "Seed" • "Sick" • "Walk With Me" • "Killer Within" • "Say the Word" • "Hounded" • "When the Dead Come Knocking" • "Made to Suffer" • "The Suicide King" • "Home" • "I Ain't a Judas" • "Clear" • "Arrow on the Doorpost" • "Prey" • "This Sorrowful Life" • "Welcome to the Tombs"
Season 4 "30 Days Without An Accident" • "Infected" • "Isolation" • "Indifference" • "Internment" • "Live Bait" • "Dead Weight" • "Too Far Gone" • "After" • "Inmates" • "Claimed" • "Still" • "Alone" • "The Grove" • "Us" • "A"
Season 5 "No Sanctuary"

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