For those of you following “The Walking Dead” season 4 production, you already know that filming has started up in the Atlanta area for the upcoming fourth season. It’s an exciting, albeit at times intense journey to watch the show go from one part of the spectrum to the other. After all, the news coming out this week is that the first episode of season 4 is wrapped. On the flip side, there are still 15 more episodes left to film.
This episode that was completed does hold a greater significance than usual, as it was the first one for new showrunner Scott M. Gimple in this position. What better way to celebrate than with a tweet? Well, there are actually probably a million better ways to celebrate, but few of them would really be able to be signified in a way in which most of the viewing public could see it:
“Ep1, S4 wrapped. Gratitude, awe, and utter excitement.”
The excitement obviously comes from the hope that the next 15 episodes will stay as strong as ever, and that the story continues to progress without any sort of panic-like-we’re-in-a-zombie-apocalypse freakouts. The show still does not have a date set as to when we are going to see these episodes play out, but our guess is the second or third weekend in October, just to keep the tradition around the same so that there is enough time for a holiday break.
Do you think that “The Walking Dead” will be able to continue to have as much zombie mayhem as ever in the new season, or are we starting to near the point in this series (at least in your mind) where things do inevitably slow down? As always, we want to hear from you, and you can read about some more goodies from set here.