'The Walking Dead' To Marathon Entire Series Before Season 3 Premiere

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You'd have to have lived in a cave on mars with your fingers in your ears to not at least have heard of AMC's zombie phenomenon 'The Walking Dead,' but believe it or not, there are still some poor souls out there (especially poor souls with DISH) that have yet to see every episode.  With 'The Walking Dead' season 3 set to premiere on October 14, don't you wish you could watch the entire series in just one sitting?  Well, good news!

'The Walking Dead' season 3 will be a marked difference from its predecessors, now that Rick Grimes and the other survivors have become radically hardened to their plight, and the focus turns to the human villains borne out of the zombie apocalypse.  Still, that doesn't mean we can forget about the first 19 episodes!  Thankfully, beginning October 13, AMC will air the entire series to prepare viewers for the October 14 premiere.

The six-episode first season will begin airing at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 13, immediately followed by the 13-episode second season at 4:00 p.m.  The second season of 'The Walking Dead' will again air on Sunday, leading right into the season 3 premiere "Seed."

Oh, and 'The Walking Dead' marathon isn't available on DISH.  But you've probably heard about that once or twice by now.

Will you settle in for the marathon of season 1 and 2 before the new season of 'The Walking Dead?'  What are you most hoping the new episodes bring?  Give us your theories in the comments!

Filed Under: AMC, The Walking Dead
Categories: Horror, TV News
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