Behind the Scenes of This Week’s Walking Dead

We all know and love The Walking Dead at this point, and therefore it’s kind of cool to go behind the scenes and see how it’s all made. TV is a lot of work, and a show as massive as The Walking Dead is no exception.

This behind the scenes video from AMC shows what it was like filming the end scene of “Hounded” from this past week. Obvious spoilers follow.

It’s when Glen and Maggie meet their old pal Uncle Merle again for the first time in month, and after playing nice, he immediately tries to assault them. We get to see how that was shot, and also what they use for some of the blood and guts on the show. Not going to lie, this looks like a blast to work on.

Check out the video below:


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