You’ve probably seen the new Marvel TV series, Black Panther, or the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Or the new season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. or the upcoming Netflix series Black Mirror.
Or maybe you’ve seen the trailer for The Simpsons’ upcoming Simpsons cartoon.
But what about The Walking Dead, the critically-acclaimed TV series that just premiered its third season on AMC this past weekend?
The Walking Dead has been a major draw for AMC since its first season, and while the show has grown in popularity since then, it’s not been without its detractors.
The show, which stars Norman Reedus and Charlie Day, has a relatively long run time (six seasons) and has been criticized for its depiction of the post-apocalyptic world.
But that’s not what fans are seeing.
AMC’s critics have been largely silent, and even if the show had a slightly different look and feel, the criticism would still be there.
A number of things have made fans uncomfortable with the show, from the fact that it doesn’t follow any of the show’s main characters, to the fact the show is set in the post apocalyptic world.
AMC is hoping to change that with the season four premiere, which premieres on May 16.
Here’s everything you need to know about the new series.
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