Welcome back for a brand new season of Bring Out Your Dead: Bleeding Cool’s The Walking Dead Live-Blog!, as we take a look at a righteously game-changing ninth season for AMC‘s long-running drama-horror series. With Angela Kang stepping up as new showrunner, the imminent departure of Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and “partial departure” of Maggie (Lauren Cohan) on the horizon, and the looming threat both the Whisperers and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), the series looks to be living up to the first episode’s title: “A New Beginning.”
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Last season brought the culmination of “All Out War,” which pitted Rick Grimes and his group of survivors against the Saviors and their cunning leader, Negan. With Negan’s life in his hands, Rick had a character-defining choice in front of him. By making the unilateral decision to spare Negan, Rick upheld the values his late son, Carl, championed in order to build for the future, but created conflict within his group.
Now, we see our survivors a year and a half after the end of the war, rebuilding civilization under Rick’s steadfast leadership. It is a time of relative peace among the communities as they work together, looking to the past to forge the future, but the world they knew is rapidly changing as man-made structures continue to degrade, and nature takes over, changing the landscape and creating new challenges for our survivors.
As time passes, the communities confront unexpected obstacles, danger, and of course, walkers, but nothing quite prepares them for the formidable force they are about to encounter, which threatens the very idea of civilization that our survivors have worked so hard to build.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, “The Walking Dead” reigns the number one drama on television among adults 18-49 for the last six seasons. The series is executive produced by chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, showrunner Angela Kang, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert, Greg Nicotero, Tom Luse, and Denise Huth.
The Walking Dead s09e01 ‘A New Beginning’: Rick and his group make a risky run into Washington, D.C. to search for artifacts they will need to build the civilization he and Carl envisioned. Writer: Angela Kang / Director: Greg Nicotero
The Walking Dead s09e02 ‘The Bridge’ – Writer: David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick / Director: Daisy Mayer
The Walking Dead s09e03 ‘Warning Signs’ – Writer: Channing Powell / Director: Dan Liu
The Walking Dead s09e04 ‘The Obliged’ – Writer: Geraldine Inoa / Director: Rosemary Rodriguez
The Walking Dead s09e05 ‘What Comes After’ – Writer: Matthew Negrete / Director: Greg Nicotero
The Walking Dead s09e06 ‘Who Are You Now’ – Writer: Eddie Guzelian / Director: Larry Teng
The Walking Dead s09e07 ‘Stradivarius’ – Writer: Vivian Tse / Director: Michael Cudlitz
The Walking Dead s09e08 ‘Evolution’ – Writer: David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick / Director: Michael E. Satrazemis
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