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'Walking Dead's' Norman Reedus is go-to guy in zombie times
In an era when vampires, werewolves, serial killers and other forces of the underworld freely prowl the television airwaves, "The Walking Dead" stands alone as the series that best combines genre fiction with deep character study. Now in its third season, AMC's zombie plague survivor series, which initially drew fans of the graphic novel it is based on, has exploded in popularity, becoming the top drama series in the coveted demographic of adults ages 18 to 49 and drawing an average of 10 million viewers — an unheard-of high for basic cable.
By Michael Ordoña
November 29, 2012