By Ezequiel Ramos |Staff Writer|
Season 4 left everyone guessing and stressing about how the group would bounce back after being captured.
This season has everyone on the edge of their seat.
“The Walking Dead” Season 5 shattered records and is now the most watched televised show on cable, with a record breaking 17.3 million views, according to deadline.com.
In the first season, Rick finds himself in the midst of a zombie apocalypse without any knowledge about what is going on.
He strives to find food, shelter and his family, while facing various obstacles.
In the new season, Rick and the group are found in a life-threatening situation causing everyone to become concerned and get ready for another battle.
Rick’s character has not been the same after the loss of a loved one.
Another noticeable change in Rick’s character began in the last episode of season 4, when the biker gang tried to kill Rick, Carl, Michonne and Darly.
Now that season 5 has begun, we are all able to see Rick develop into a more complex character.
This raises many questions for all of the viewers.
Aside from developing characters, we see a very familiar face that could help the group and their mission to Washington, D.C.
“There was a lot of action and stuff and I was not expecting something to happen,” said “The Walking Dead” fan, Steven Pittman.
“The Walking Dead’s” executive writer, Robert Kirkman is known for being unpredictable.
From past surprises, we are all better off taking it one episode at a time rather than trying to guess what happens.
That being said, there are plenty of episodes that hold so many mysteries and asks so many questions.
What does The Walking Dead have in store for the group?
Will we once again lose another important character?
Or will the group be led to Washington, D.C. in hopes for a cure but runs into a trap?
“I think that Rick might end up losing his mind again and put everyone at risk for his own satisfaction,” said fan Jessica Fisher.
You can catch the high-intense series, “The Walking Dead” on AMC, Sunday nights at 6 p.m.