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Episode 38: Nerdist Writers Panel
"The Walking Dead" Season…
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Nerdist Writers Panel #38: “The Walking Dead” Season Two in Review

Showrunner Glen Mazzara and writers Scott Gimple and Angela Kang talk about their take on the AMC series’ second season, characters’ goals both immediate and emotional, audience expectations, hot zombie action, and some choice tidbits about season three!

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Comments

  1. anabee says:

    Isn’t the fact that people want to know more about the characters a good thing – as in they have emotional investment in them? They care to spend their precious free time getting to know them?
    Honestly, what is wrong with this guy..

  2. Cristian says:

    Thnks for the free archive clips Dan. I have been lietinsng to you for about 5 years, so was surprised I had not heard some of those clips. LOVED the one where T craps on the floor Happy New Year too to you all. Have a good 2011.Wayne

  3. Stefan says:

    Damn… It started out okay but that showrunner got arrogant in a really ugly way towards the end… Smug and dismissive (culminating in the flashback discussion). His tone changed like he’d been on some meds that stopped working or something, it got worse fast. Anyway, really glad I don’t have to work with him.

    I just discovered this podcast btw. Been catching up quick and I LOVE it. Keep it up!

  4. Clay says:

    I cannot wait to see what elements are original in Season 3 and which are pulled from the Walking Dead comic Universe, it should be an amazing season but I definitely love how the two universes are uniquely there own.