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Walking Dead Season 2 Spoilers: What's On Tap For Season Two!

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"Walking Dead" season 2 spoilers: What's coming next year?

If you were too much of a zombie last night after watching AMC’s “Walking Dead” finale to go find out the scoop for “Walking Dead” season 2, we’ve got you covered. Last night season one ended with some big revelations and just as many questions. What will happen between Rick, Lori and Shane after Shane’s attempted assault? Is it worth it to try to live under such gruesome conditions? And is it really appropriate to get smashed when zombies are attacking? One thing’s for sure, this show is definitely not for kids!
In season two, which is rumored to be slated for October 2011, you can expect more questions but also likely some answers, like the resolving of the love triangle (if you can even call it that). But there’s also a bit of uncertainty about the second season the show just fired all of its writers, and may use a freelance staff for the second season, according to Deadline.com. Director/producer Frank Darabont, who wrote much of season one, will be overseeing season two, so there still will be some continuity.

But unfortunately we’ll have to wait a few more months to see a significant number of spoilers, since no one even knows who will be working on the show.
Have you heard anything? Leave your insight below.

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