It’s been a long road, but the zombie apocalypse is here.
The Walking Down the Street series has been renewed for a fourth season, with a new script by Andrew Kreisberg and the series regulars set to return for a seventh season.
The show, which has been on the air since 1998, has been a hit since its first season, but it’s not the only zombie drama that is being revived for a sixth season.
A sixth season of AMC’s hit zombie drama The Walking Dead, starring Robert Kirkman, Sam Esmail, David Morrissey, Gale Anne Hurd, Lauren Cohan and more, is set to premiere in March, with the show returning to AMC later this year.
In addition to its latest revival, AMC has renewed the spinoff series The Expanse, starring showrunner and writer Alex Garland and stars Tyrese Gibson, Joanna Page and John Cho.
The drama is also on its fifth season, which will begin airing in October.
A fifth season of the US version of The Exponent is currently airing, and AMC has yet to confirm whether it will pick up the franchise in a seventh or sixth season for the show.
The Walking dead has been one of the most-watched TV shows on television for more than a decade, drawing more than 20 million viewers in total.
It’s also one of only two shows to have been renewed multiple times, with The Walking Out returning to the air in 2011 for a second season and The Walking Dead: The Complete Sixth Season returning for a third.
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