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The Walking Dead: Season 4
Part A of The Walking Dead's fourth season left fans reeling. The drama about a group of survivors in a world overrun by zombies has been a phenomenal success in America, garnering the type of ratings Simon Cowell probably wished X Factor USA had been able to achieve.
The first half of season four came to a violent and bloody showdown between the two rival groups of survivors headed by sheriff deputy Rick Grimes (British star Andrew Lincoln) and his bitter rival, The Governor (played by fellow Brit, David Morrissey). Rick’s dream of a peaceful co-existence was ruined and carnage ensued.
It was butchery that left viewers gasping from the brutality of it all – the very embodiment of survival of the fittest.
First airing in 2010 and based on the comic book series of the same name, The Walking Dead airs in the UK on Fox only one day after the US transmission. It will no longer be seen on terrestrial TV as broadcaster Channel 5 has dropped it. However, fans can tune into Fox on Monday 10 February at 10pm to continue viewing the award-winning series. In the meantime, where do we go from here?
Click on the photos for more of a flavour of The Walking Dead.
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