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Deadline Discusses Emmys with Nicotero; TV Guide Talks to Holden

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This week Greg Nicotero tells Deadline why he submitted the Season 1 premiere to Emmy voters, while Laurie Holden talks about Andrea’s Season 2 mindset with TV Guide and Wired chats with Jon Bernthal.

Greg Nicotero talks to Deadline about choosing the Season 1 premiere for his Emmy submission because there are “zombies devouring a live horse and a shocking scene in which the sheriff shoots a little zombie girl still clutching her teddy bear,” plus Bicycle Girl.

Laurie Holden tells TV Guide about her character’s intentions, noting “Andrea doesn’t want to be there” and may split off from the group with Shane.

Wired has a video interview with Jon Bernthal, who explains “It’s really great that Robert Kirkman is involved with us. It gives us street cred with the comic book fans.”

Comics Alliance highlights The Walking Dead‘s new teaser trailers, declaring them a strong indication that the “horror drama will continue to pack in the same tension that made the series’ first six installments so successful.”

Atlanta’s WXIA-TV mentions The Walking Dead in its discussion of TV shows and films shooting in Georgia, quoting an official who says the zombie series has a greater beneficial impact on the state’s bottom line than most productions.

The MercuryNews.com includes The Walking Dead‘s October 16 premiere in its Fall Preview.

Rupak Ginn of USA’s Royal Pains shares with Poptimal that he’s “a huge The Walking Dead fan and cannot wait for the new season to begin.”

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