The Walking Dead Marathon, Friday, March 4

Did you miss The Walking Dead the first time? Here's your second chance

The Walking Dead Marathon, Friday, March 4

All six episodes of The Walking Dead will air back-to-back Friday, March 4, starting at 7pm on the AMC.

Based on Robert Kirkman's popular comic book series, The Walking Dead occurs in the wake of a zombie apocalypse.

The Golden Globe nominated series premiered in October 2010, quickly becoming the most watched, basic cable drama series in history among adults 18-49.

Each episode of The Walking Dead will include interviews with behind the scenes folk, including Executive Producer and writer Frank Darabont, Kirkman, Special Effects Makeup Designer and Consulting Producer Greg Nicotero, and others.

In addition, a sneak peek of AMC’s new original drama, The Killing, will air during The Walking Dead marathon. From writer & executive producer Veena Sud (Cold Case), The Killing follows the police investigation of a teenage girl's murder. Sneak peeks will occur during the first and fourth episodes of The Walking Dead.

The Killing premieres in April.

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