Prepare for tonight's return of The Walking Dead by checking out AMC's Ten Ways to Get Ready for Season Three's Premiere.
Source: TWD blog
With AMC's thrilling third season of The Walking Dead premiering tonight @ 9/8c, consider preparing you & yours by following their recommended Ten Ways to Get Ready.
Season Three (featuring 16 new episodes, split into two groups of 8) will follow Rick Grimes' family and his accompanying band of survivors as they learn that their post-apocalyptic world has much more to fear (and fight) than just undead Walkers. In fact, with the introduction of new characters The Governor (played by David Morrissey) and Michonne (played by Danai Gurira), the remaining survivors soon discover their struggle to simply exist has never been as dangerous.
Below are just some of the Ten Ways to Get Ready found here, which I learned about by being a subscriber to The Walking Dead Newsletter. You too can subscribe, coincidentally one the 10 preparatory steps, by merely entering your email address here. Subscribing is the best way to stay up-to-date between episodes and possibly win cool swag.
- Make sure to check out TWD's Story Sync. Greatly enhance your viewing experience by joining fellow fans for snap polls, fun trivia, exclusive video and more, all starting 'live' tonight at 9/8c as the third season premieres. [Warning: Story Sync content contains spoilers, so viewing in conjunction with the premiere episode is recommended.] Take a look at TWD's Story Sync here.
- Screen this *new* Sneak Peek Clip of tonight's premiere.
- Help save lives by Donating Blood to the American Red Cross and be automatically entered to win a 3 Day, 2 Night trip to the set of The Walking Dead. Learn more here, and watch their revealing PZA (Public Zombie Announcement) below.
- Watch TWD's Season Three web series, titled Cold Storage, starring Josh Stewart (Criminal Minds, No Ordinary Family) and Daniel Roebuck (John Dies at the End, Woke Up Dead) as survivors seeking refuge in a storage facility. See its first webisode (of four) embedded below, and the entire series - directed by Greg Nicotero - here. Fans of the Grimes' will especially want to catch it.
Discover the other 4 of AMC's Ten Ways to Get Ready for tonight's premiere here.
About TWD : [from the official website]
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Sarah Wayne Callies, Laurie Holden, Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Lauren Cohan, Scott Wilson, IronE Singleton, Melissa McBride, Morrissey and Gurira. The series is executive produced by showruner Glen Mazzara, Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd and David Alpert with Greg Nicotero, Denise Huth and Evan Reilly as co-executive producers.
The Walking Dead reigns as the most watched drama series on basic cable for Adults 18-49 and Adults 25-54. The series has garnered two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Prosthetic Make-up, a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Television Series - Drama, and a WGA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Writing Derivative New Media, among other accolades.
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