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“Of course, I’m looking forward to [the new season],” says Jamie Walpole, 21, of Welland.
“I’m excited to see what happens next with The Governor [the main antagonist] and [Rick’s] group, and where they will turn up next.”
Walpole says she likes the show’s action and plot twists, and is hoping the writers conclude the Governor’s story in a bold way.
“The writers have done a good job making it so easy to dislike him.”
Morgan Greenfield, 18, of Thorold, says she is very curious to see how things will pan out in the new season. “I really want to see what will happen to Carl [Rick’s son].”
She says she was most excited when Tyreese’s character was introduced to the show. “He has a lot of impact on [Rick’s] group in the comics.”
On the other hand, Foster says something he’d like to see in the new season is Tyreese’s character to “stop being such a baby and be awesome like he is in the comic books.”
Broadcasting student Ahmad Foster says he is “definitely” looking forward to watching the new season. “I’ve been watching the series since the beginning and have loved every season, so far.”
The 19-year-old fan from St. Catharines says he loves the show “especially because there aren’t that many zombies. Don’t get me wrong, zombies are cool, but the whole point of the show is to see what people are like when society doesn’t exist.”
Fellow broadcasting student Robert Curwain says he is also looking forward to the new episodes.
“I think the series is a fresh look on the zombie genre, with plot twists and turns when you least expect them.”
When asked what he wants to see in the new season, the 19-year-old from Simcoe says, “I expect more zombies and more [questions] that need to be answered.”