One of the survivors insists that good things will happen in the upcoming season.In a new interview with , Ross Marquand talked about Season 8. But, he hinted what fans could expect when the new season hits AMC in the fall. This means that when we first started watching, Obama was a baby president, we wrote Facebook statuses in the third person, and the state of California still had water. And while we’ve all gotten to see characters like Chandler Riggs’ Carl transform from boy to man-ish over those seven years — and characters like Norman Reedus’ Daryl and Melissa Mc Bride’s Carol transform from red shirts to full-blown action heroes – Madison Lintz’s character, Sophia, just wasn’t cut out for the zombie killin’ lifestyle. While leaving Atlanta for prison, being driven by a police officer, the police cruiser he is in runs over a walker (as they are referred to in the series) and crashes off the highway.After fighting off the police man (who turned into a walker after the crash), Lee meets Clementine, a young girl who was hiding out in her tree-house, as well as Shawn Greene.Marquand said he believes the new season is the “best season” yet.
UPDATED at p.m PT: AMC and “Walking Dead” showrunner Scott Gimple released statements on Bernecker’s death.And don’t forget to use our Amazon link, walkingdeadcast.com/amazon, for all your Amazon shopping!Every time you buy something using that link, we get a little kickback at no extra cost to you. Entertainment Weekly contest to interview the cast of The Walking Dead: Podcast: Download This episode may have seemed slow at first, but like a crow repeatedly pecking at your exposed brain, after awhile it made an impression.AMC announced Thursday that they had temporarily shut down production on the show’s eighth season in the wake of the tragedy.Bernecker is a veteran stunt performer and fight choreographer.