In true life believably no one thinks that so called zombies in reality exist, but when it’s about entertainment, these creations completely catch attention either is about zombie games, film versions, zombie comics, or Halloween’s masquerades. Last happening that would confirm this information is the American TV serial called “The walking dead”, whose first season has finished last week, and experienced the highest ratings of any basic cable show, ever so.

This show had its debut on the AMC network on October 31, 2010 with a 70-minute debut episode and at present AMC and the producers are believably ruing because it endured for only six weeks. The point is that the median number of TV audience of this serial was 3,5 millions and the anticipation for the season finale gathered six million TV audience, accordingly to the network. With this it experienced the highest evaluations of any basic cable show, ever so, but it’s significant as well that the serial was seen from the all-significant 18-49 demographic. The final episode of “Hannah Montana” had 10.7 million TV audience but its admirers are under 18 years old, some final episodes of “The Sopranos” had nearly 13 million TV audience but accordingly to all criterions, “Walking dead” is the best seen drama serial in elemental cable history in the demographic.

“The Walking Dead” is established on the comic book serial with the identical title, created by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard,and produced by Image Comics. It was actualized for broadcast by Frank Darabont and the principal actors include Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal and Sarah Wayne Callies.

It’s about post – apocalyptic horror adventure that goes after a small crew of survivors. They cross beyond the destroyed United States, looking for a new home, aiming to run away from the dragging crowd of the undead. The principal character, Rick Grimes, who was a sheriff's replacement before the zombie invasion, guides this crew that faces impossible things. From one side are the zombies but on the other side here are the scattered remaining parts of an agonizing human population. All the happenings and the struggle to live on drives them to the very edge of common sense. Additionally to the adventure there is a powerful human drama, dealing with complex interpersonal relationships, that puts the show into more of a psycho thriller class than an action adventure. There are some specific scenes filled with blood and killing, but for the best part the show is barely about the zombies looking for brains and more about the persons and their inside battles, struggling with the chance that they could be the last few people on Earth.

The only questionable thing is that the first season finished so incomplete, leaving many not answered questions, and the admirers should wait till next Halloween to see the new season…

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