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article imageWalking Dead airs in UK only 24 hours after US

By Mathew Wace Peck     Nov 29, 2013 in Entertainment
When “The Walking Dead” returns to TV screens in 2014, after the mid-season break, each new episode will air in the UK the day after it has gone out in the US.
Usually, episodes have been broadcast in the UK almost a full week after their first showing in the US.
Traditionally, in America, the zombie series is broadcast on AMC on Sunday evenings, with FOX UK airing episodes on the following Friday evening.
However, when the series returns to TV screens in February 2014, to the delight of British fans, the gap will be just 24 hours.
Season 4 of the show is the most popular yet. In the US, the season premiere attracted a staggering 16.1 million viewers, almost 4 million more than the previous record: 12.4 million for the finale to Season 3.
For Timothy Whitt’s early review of the fourth season of The Walking Dead, read elsewhere on Digital Journal.
At the end of October, with its popularity continuing to rise, it was confirmed that the show had been commissioned for a fifth season, with Scott Gimple continuing as showrunner.
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