The Walking Dead is the most popular television show in America and it’s getting more popular each year, but some fans of the show are worried about its ratings and its future.
“I don’t want to say I’m worried about the ratings,” showrunner Scott M. Gimple told Entertainment Weekly at this year’s Comic-Con.
“But it does feel like they’re changing their minds, and they’re not as happy about the show as they were.”
So, is it a “show”?
Gimple was clearly a bit worried.
“We’re all excited for the season four premiere, which is just a little bit out of the way,” he said.
“The Walking: The End will be out sometime in November.
And the show will be back.”
I know that, because the ratings are way down.
But it’s a show, it’s not a show and I think people will understand that when they go to see it.
And I think it’s really going to help the show, which I think is really important for the showrunner to have the audience on board and for the audience to be invested.
And it’s also a good way to get fans interested in it.
I think the people who are excited about the Walking Dead, the Walking: Season 4 premiere, are the same people who have been excited about other shows for years.
I’m hoping they’ll be excited about it again.”
The Walking is one of those rare shows that does it all.
There’s a strong mythology, a strong narrative and the show has some of the best actors on TV.
I can see how some of its fans might be worried about what happens to the show after the premiere.
I know, but I don’t care about the numbers.
They’re what they are.
And so I’m hopeful that they’ll keep coming back, even if they are less than stellar.
I mean, the ratings might be way down, but that’s the show.
I just hope that they’re excited about coming back.