The Team Of The Walking Dead Had To Follow A Very Bizarre Rule On Set!

Heather McKeever

The Bizarre Rule The Cast And Crew Of The Walking Dead Had To Follow On Set

The seventh season of the American horror TV show The Walking Dead started on October 23, 2016, and ended on April 2, 2017, with a total of 16 episodes. The show is set in a world after the end of the world and airs on AMC. The show is based on a comic book series by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard with the same name.

It was made by Frank Darabont for TV. Kirkman, David Alpert, Scott M. Gimple, Greg Nicotero, Tom Luse, and Gale Anne Hurd are in charge of the show. Gimple is in charge for the fourth season in a row. Critics had different things to say about the seventh season. At the 43rd Saturn Awards, it was up for several awards, and it won three of them.

For the second year in a row, it got the award for Best Horror Television Series. This season is mostly about the Saviors, a cruel group of survivors led by the cruel Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). It is based on issues 100–114 of the comic book series.

He uses numbers, power, and deadly violence to force Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), his group of survivors, and the Alexandria Safe-Zone to give the Saviors supplies and weapons on a regular basis. Rick and his group will finally start looking for people who can help them fight Negan.

Everyone here has their own stories about Negan and the Saviors. The Hilltop, the Kingdom, the Oceanside, and the Scavengers all send them.

The Bizarre Rule The Cast And Crew Of The Walking Dead Had To Follow On Set

“The owners of the farmhouse where Season 2 of The Walking Dead was filmed made it clear that zombies and bad language were not welcome on their property,” The Richest says. On a normal day on set, the crew watched Andrew Lincoln act crazy to get into character as Rick Grimes, the longest-living character in a show about zombies and blood.

This is interesting because the show has never been afraid to show really bad scenes. The site says that this is why HBO didn’t pick up the show. “HBO turned down the chance to be the first to show The Walking Dead because it has some violent scenes.

This is surprising because the network is known for violent shows like The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire, and Oz, which is about a jail. Digital Spy even says that the F-Bomb can’t be used on the show because of filtering rules in the country. “It’s okay to talk about dead bodies and terrible deaths, but please don’t use bad words.

So season four ended on a quiet note, with Rick Grimes saying that Gareth and his cannibals were “screwing” with the wrong people. The site said that this version of the original comic book conversation was less intense.

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