On Sunday, AMC announced that “Walking Home” would return for a third season.
The series has not only been renewed for a fourth, but it will also star Maggie Siff, Carrie Coon, and Andrew Lincoln.
The first season of the show was the most critically acclaimed series of the last 10 years, and is being praised for its character-driven storytelling, complex storylines, and strong writing.
But the show’s second season was one of its weakest and has struggled to find the right balance between gripping drama and dark, heart-wrenching characters.
It is possible that the third season of “WALKING DEAD” will be a good fit for AMC’s ratings, but if you’re looking for the most interesting drama on TV right now, you’re going to have to look elsewhere.
AMC is also showing some of the most innovative programming in its library.
AMC’s The Walking Dead will be the most popular series on television, with “WING” having been the most-watched television series since the series began in 2011.
The most recent season of The Walking Live will also be the highest-rated TV show on television with an average of 1.7 million viewers per episode.
“WILD” is also the highest rated drama on television (at 1.9 million viewers).
“The Walking Dead” season three will premiere on AMC in March 2019.