New Writers Brought in for The Walking Dead; Show Reimagined as a 90's TV Series!
For Season 4 of "The Walking Dead," AMC has brought in two new writers to add to the team which will be spearheaded by new showrunner Scott Gimple. Read on for the details and a quick fan-made video of what the show would have looked like as a 1995 TV series.
THR reports that Curtis Gwinn and Channing Powell will join Matt Negrete as part of the writing staff of AMC's zombie phenomenon. Supervising producer/writer Gwinn counts Adult Swim comedy "NTSF:SD:SVU" and MTV's zombie parody "Death Valley" among his credits, while co-executive producer/writer Powell -- like Negrete -- is a "White Collar" alum.
The duo join a staff that also includes Gimple, who has been with the series since Season 2; executive producer Robert Kirkman (who created the comics on which the drama is based); Negrete; newly promoted executive producer Greg Nicotero; Gale Anne Hurd; Dave Alpert; Evan T. Reilly; Angela Kang; and Nichole Beattie, among others.
Now then... check out "The Walking Dead" 90's style!
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