The Walking Dead Season 6
The Walking Dead Season 6
Robert Kirkman, David Alpert, Scott M. Gimple, Greg Nicotero, Tom Luse,Gale Anne Hurd
Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs
Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Michael Cudlitz, Lennie James, Sonequa Martin-Green
Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Alanna Masterson, Seth Gilliam,
Alexandra Breckenridge, Ross Marquand, Austin Nichols, Tovah Feldshuh
Denise Cloyd and Scott.
The Walking Dead Season 6 Synopsis
The second part of The Walking Dead Season 6 is due to air on 14th February 2016. The Walking Dead Season six continues to remix material from the comics and will give fresh insights into some of the characters with the inclusion of a flashback backstory.
The Walking Dead Season 6 also introduces us to some new characters. These include Heath played by Corey Hawkins who is an established character in the comic books.
We also meet Merritt Wever in the role of Dr Denise Cloyd, Xander Berkeley as Gregory, also a character from the comic books, and Tom Payne and Jeffrey Dean Morgan who are set to play Paul Monroe and Negan respectively.
Violence is synonymous with this series and The Walking Dead Season 6 is no exception. We see more zombie violence, and incidents of humans attacking humans, both of which are bloody and gory.
The Walking Dead Season 6 Verdict
If you are new to The Walking Dead and want to catch up, take a look at AMC Walking Dead Seasons 1 to 5
If you are already a fan of the show then you have probably been waiting to watch The Walking Dead Season 6 with bated breath. This TV series never gives the audience an easy ride and The Walking Dead Season 6 is no exception.
The pacing of the plot development is inspired, leading the audience at just the right pace to follow, teasing us forward; a hint here, a facial expression there, and suddenly we’re ready for all sorts of new possibilities from characters and their relationships that we thought we knew.
The Walking Dead Season 6 is full of surprises. Flashbacks have a purpose if they are done well. As you can expect from these skilled writers, the plot exposition in the flashbacks unveil aspects from an unseen past, and neatly tie them in with present day events in gasp inducing revelations.
The acting is seamless. The special effects are staggering. The violence is grotesque yet compelling. We have one piece of advice before you sit back to enjoy what promises to be a truly emotional, suspenseful season:
Hold on to your hats boys, it’s gonna be a bumpy ride!