Ah, so that’s the winning TV show writing formula. I should really get started on that killer tv show idea…
Do you think this is an accurate representation of The Walking Dead or is it the best show of all time and this is total blasphemy?
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"I should really get started on that killer tv show idea…"
As always, it's not the idea that matters, but the execution. People have great ideas all the time, but they rarely succeed to actually implement those in a similarly great way.
case in point: justin Beiber
They forgot the part where characters get right up in each others faces and talk REALLY intensely, without blinking, about stupid crap. But I guess that's part of the "Why do I continue to watch this show?" section.
Insane… This is the materialisation of the reason I've stop watch this…
Hmm. Replace "Zombies" with "Damn, Sylar is evil," and "Outbreak" with "Eclipse" and I'd think I was watching "Heroes" all over again.
I'm a huge fan of the show, but I can't deny the truth in your Infographic. Especially for season 2 and so far for season 3…that's pretty much how every episode goes.
"Do you think this is an accurate representation of The Walking Dead or is it the best show of all time" are these mutually exclusive?
The main glaring issue with this is the "great intro usually about something before or after the outbreak". Given this is meant to be the average breakdown of every episode it does really add up as from memory there's only been about 3 or 4 episodes that open with a flashback.
I love the series. Lets face it isn't that the infographic of most shows in the category? Game of Thrones is pretty much the same thing. I personally like how they blended the awesomeness of zombies with drama. Its not some ridiculous zombie show where its about endless action that wouldn't work in real life.
They left out "Carl wanders off. Again."