The Walking Dead season 10
TV channel: AMC
Original release: October 31, 2010 – present
About TV show The Walking Dead season 10
The Walking Dead is an American television series by Frank Darabont. The plot is based on the eponymous comic series by Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore. The series started on 31 October 2010 in the United States at AMC with a roughly 67-minute pilot episode as part of the so-called "Fearfest" of the station. In October 2017, the series was extended to a ninth season, which is broadcast since 7 October 2018 in the United States.
After police officer Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) wakes from the coma, everything is different: Rick finds himself in a world where the few survivors have to flee from zombies. Rick sets out to find his wife Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) and son Carl (Chandler Riggs). But Rick does not know anything: Lori thought that Rick did not survive his long sleep, which is why she had a relationship with his colleague and friend Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal). When Rick finds his family, he takes over the leadership of the small group of survivors she has joined. After first finding refuge on a seemingly idyllic farm, they finally entrench themselves in a prison in front of the ubiquitous undead. They quickly come into confrontation with the autocratic "Governor", who governs the neighboring town of Woodbury with authoritarian hand. But even within the group, the conflicts are getting worse again and again. Human nature itself is at least as dangerous to survival as the meat-lurking zombies.