The Walking Dead shuffles into its eighth season

Matt Sayer 23 October 2017 NEWS

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Sharpen your blades and ready your rifles 'cause it's time for all-out war.

The Walking Dead has managed to keep the hordes of me-too zombie shows at bay for a good long time now, staving off the danger of becoming as mindless as the walkers it depicts for seven successful seasons. Now it's shambling into its eighth season, and it's showing no signs of slowing down.

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Season eight pits Rick and the gang against the ghastly Negan and his despicable group of "Saviors". Rounding up support from the residents of Alexandria, Hilltop and Kingdom, Rick plans on taking the war to Negan in the hopes of toppling the tyrant and his ruthless army through sheer force of will.

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"Mercy", the first episode of season eight, kicked the undead action into gear today on American network AMC. Here in Australia, you can catch it all fast-tracked from the US through Foxtel's FX channel. Better yet, you can stream the first episode online absolutely free by signing up to Foxtel Now's two-week trial, plus you'll be able to watch next week's episode at no cost as well.

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New episodes of The Walking Dead season eight will air every Monday at 3:30pm on Foxtel's FX channel here in Australia, just hours after they debut in America. The season will span 16 episodes, and is based on the All Out War arc from the original comic book.


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