Hundreds Of Zombies March In London In Honor Of ‘The Walking Dead’s’ 100th Episode
Hundreds of zombies marched in the streets of London to celebrate The Walking Dead season eight premiere, as well as the show’s 100th episode.
ZOMBIES DESCEND ON LONDON IN WALKING DEAD STUNT
Extras dressed with fake blood and realistic prosthetics scared unknowing passersby. The Walking Dead aired it’s season eight premiere on Sunday, which also happened to be the show’s 100th episode, a great feat in television lore.
The zombies terrorized fans in the streets and also stopped for fun selfies. They walked from the Southbank, over Waterloo Bridge, and entered the London Underground to surprise commuters.
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Season eight of the AMC zombie drama started off fairly slowly, but with a promising series to come. The war pitting Rick against Negan has finally arrived, and fans are excited for the fighting to ensue. Fans are also looking forward to the upcoming crossover between The Walking Dead and its prequel series Fear the Walking Dead.
Executive producer Robert Kirkman announced at New York Comic Con that the new show will feature a familiar face. “I’ll say this, There are two Walking Dead shows. One character is going to go from one show, that I will not name, and appear on another show that I will not name,” the producer teased.