Do you want to uncover what the most Glaring Plot Holes in the Walking Dead are right now? The first thing we should say is: beware, spoilers coming up!
Having said that, you probably know that The Walking Dead is an American post-apocalyptic drama television series, and premiered nearly four years ago, on October 31, 2010. The series rapidly became very popular, receiving and being nominated for many awards, including the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series ~ Drama. Its fifth season, released on October 12, 2014, ate up records like a ravenous undead fiend in front of a bucket of brains: it was the most-watched drama series telecast in basic cable history, with 17.3 million live viewers.
This series has been on top of the charts for some time, and is indeed one of the most profitable TV shows out there. The TV series industry has been, since its beginning, an extraordinary business, producing new TV shows every season with amazing casts, and huge production and investment. From documentaries to reality shows and comedies, a variety of new shows appears on air every year. Yet not all TV shows are as successful as The Walking Dead. Some don’t even survive their first seasons, succumbing to ratings and money-hungry executives. But some shows had such a reception, and went down in history as the Top 10 Most Profitable TV Shows. Check out the list, and find out which are the TV shows that have made the greatest profit, and whether or not The Walking Dead made the cut.
The Walking Dead is certainly a very profitable TV show, one way or the other. Nevertheless, as every TV series, its plot is so complex and filled with characters that it sometimes delves into incoherencies and discontinuities. A focused watcher can spot right away some of these plot holes, and some of them are burning questions that are in the minds of many fans. Others may not be apparent to all but the most ardent watcher of the series.
We’ve gathered here ten of these most glaring plot holes in The Walking Dead. How much of a fan of the Walking Dead are you, and how many of these holes have you already picked up on? Read on to find out!
No. 10 Is the U.S. the only place with walkers?
Like many TV shows being set in the US, there is little mention of events unfolding elsewhere, which brings up the question of did this happen elsewhere, and if so, how?
Read on to uncover the remainder of the most glaring plot holes in The Walking Dead.