12 Things You Don't Know About The Walking Dead
Sunday, Nov 20, 2016, 1:34 pm
The Walking Dead Season 7 is finally here! It got off to a terrific start, but it is sad to see Abraham and Glenn die. Spoiler alert: Daryl may be the next one to go. Now, let's get to the point. Are you a follower of The Walking Dead show? Have you seen all the episodes including the Season 7 premiere? Let's see how big a fan you are! Read the 12 interesting facts about the show, and see how many of them you know. Let's welcome Season 7 with this timely topic. Jump right in, and find out more about your favorite TV show!
4.The Walking Dead Stats
Approximately 2,276 walkers have died so far. Now this means, roughly 27 of them die in each episode aired to date. When it comes to the number of kills, Rick Grimes stands on the top of the table with 325. Glenn Rhee takes the second spot with 203 kills. Michonne comes third with 202, and Daryl Dixon fourth with 197 kills. Please note that the above numbers include humans as well. Morgan Jones, Maggie Greene, Sasha Williams, Carl Grimes, and Abraham Ford occupy the next five places.
5.The Connection Between Breaking Bad And The Walking Dead
Do you think that the two popular TV shows, Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead set in the same universe? No? Well, we think so! In Season One Episode 2 of The Walking Dead, Glenn steals a red Dodge Challenger that is instantly recognizable to the fans of Breaking Bad. Oh yes, it is the same car Walter White Jr. gets from his dad. In one of the episodes of The Walking Dead, Season 2, Daryl tells someone that his brother was a drug dealer. He then shows a bag that has blue meth in it. Remember, AMC produced both the shows.
6.The Walkers And The Humans Can't Have Lunch Together On The Sets
The actors who play those zombie roles are forced to eat their meals separately. If you were an "undead" actor, you would only have your meal with the fellow walkers. The producers of the show segregated the team into two to create a divide between them so that the rift can be seen on the screen. Anyway, most of those walker characters are just extras, and all the show's acting heavyweights are on the human side. Did you know those zombie actors need to go through weeks of rigorous training before making an appearance on the show?