Awesome Lengthy Trailer for THE WALKING DEAD Season Two

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We don’t ordinarily see trailers of this length for TV shows unless it’s around the time of upfronts presentation of new series. However, it looks like this fantastic new trailer for the second season of AMC’s zombie drama The Walking Dead comes from overseas since our broadcast of the show in the US doesn’t happen on FX. Wherever it comes from, there’s plenty of new footage from the second season and a great set-up for the action and suspense coming again this October. My favorite quick shot is that of some of the walking dead taking a rest in a church. But that’s just one great moment among many in this extended trailer for what promises to be another great season of The Walking Dead. Check out the trailer after the jump and get excited for the premiere on October 16th.

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  • JLC

    For the first time, while watching that trailer, I wondered to whom the title refers. It looks like the characters are struggling with whether it’s even worth it to continue on in the face of such adversity. In that way, they, not the zombies, are truly the “walking dead.”

    • Nick Reynolds

      Nice! What a Sick trailer!

    • ncm

      In the comics, that was one of the best full page panels ever. Rick does 4 pages of speech and the last panel he screams “We are the Walking Dead!” It was amazing and sent shivers down my back. Easy one of the best written comics, and now shows out there

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  • Annette

    Nothing new here, saw this a couple weeks ago. I’m sorry but no one with more than two brain cells to rub together is going to drive a big ass OLD rv into a traffic jam that will NEVER UNJAM, especially if you think to yourself “hmmm, all those dead people in these dead cars, bet MOST of them are zombies out to eat me”. Dumb dumb dumb…….still, I’ll watch the show.

    • Jeff

      haha, exactly

  • The Walking Disappointed

    I haven’t been able to see what the big deal is about this show. I love the source material and thought it well-suited to TV, but this version seems to fall short in so many ways. Where part of the beauty, and draw, of comic was the extent to which so many of the characters in this dark world are ordinary, neighborly people, the TV show seems to think that the way to be profound is to be brutal. It makes a fetish of savagery, and even mysogyny, in ways I’ve found really unsettling. The suspense is well-developed, but a lot of the meditation on civilization was done much better elsewhere. Like Jericho, for example.

    I’ve yet to see why this show deserves all the praise, and I almost feel like the show has earned its kudos simply though sheer force of insisting that it is what it says it is. And great make-up.

    • Corin

      Well when you consider it comes from a comic book and that it is a zombie show (the first of its kind I believe), then it makes perfect sense why it gets so much praise. The show may not be your cup of tea but it is an excellent show when compared to other shows on the networks, and it gives us something we don’t get to see every day. ZOMBIES!

      I enjoyed the first season, this is by no means my favorite show, but it is a fun way to spend an hour and I truly enjoy watching it. I’ve always been a fan of the zombie sub-genre so I eat up any well-made zombie movies/shows like ice-cream cake.

    • BrandonO

      Thank you for crystalizing what i’ve felt about this show from the beginning. I think it falls way short of the source material in a lot of really profound ways and totally agree that it’s gained popularity by sheer strength of it’s premise and little else. For years my friends and I talked about how much we wanted to see HBO turn the books into a series, and I still find myself wondering what could have been. I agree it’s still better than most of what’s on the tube, but I would encourage anyone who likes the show to spend that hour reading a few back issues instead, as I believe it delivers a much, much richer experience. I genuinely care about the characters I’ve been following in the books and can’t say I feel much at all for the pale clones of them I saw in season one of the show. For me there just isn’t any real comparison.

  • Carlos A. (Colombia)

    This is not going to be the same without Darabont!…. I guess I’ll keep the good memories from the first season!!!

    Damn!

  • Dogg

    “Hide under the cars!” …or just walk at a slightly faster pace than the oncoming zombies. This sums up my problem with the series. For slow zombies to be a real threat, you have to be trapped in confined spaces with them. Once you’re out in the open you have to be a real idiot to let them eat you. So the series has to cook up all these contrived situations to put people in danger, but it’s really just the people being idiots.

  • Why Cookie Rocket?

    Aside from the different font in the title cards, this is exactly the same trailer that debuted around the time of Comic-Con. Great trailer but nothing new here.

  • Waka

    I’m assuming this is from across the pond. Most AMC shows air on FX in Britain.

  • Northern Star

    Frank Darabont’s departure may or may not be a bad thing, but the second series better be an improvement over the last four episodes of the first season, which were surprisingly dull and, well, boring- and considering the fantastic first two episodes, that was troubling and somewhat perplexing! That trailer looks great and I hope the new season is a more consistantly strong effort, I hope so, I’ll definitely be watching…

  • Zachrifice

    As usual, all the nay-sayers are pre-judgemental losers. Stop condemning something you haven’t even seen. Watch first, THEN critique. If you’re too much of a snob to where you wont check it out due to a trailer than move on. I for one am excited for the next season, Darabont or not.

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  • beanhead

    the graphic novels were brilliant no sex just zombies and action,the series i didnt think could be like the books but there just as good it does get a bit fustrating when the action stops and they talk to much ,but other than that there is no other programme to compere to it ,(shame about the bloody adverts aswell) and to all the people who write in and winge. get a life .as long as there are zombies and killing and no love scenes.great stuff.keep it coming

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