Aaargh, walkers! Caaarl!! This is a list of the best seasons of The Walking Dead, listed from best to worst, ranked by fans of the zombie show. True fans will also enjoy the most gruesome deaths on The Walking Dead and scenes from The Walking Dead comics that are too graphic for TV. Based on a graphic novel series, The Walking Dead was an instant hit when it premiered on AMC in 2010. Hardcore fans of the series often argue over what the greatest season of The Walking Dead is, which is exactly why this ranked list was created.
Season 1 follows Sheriff Rick Grimes as he wakes up neck-deep in a real zombie apocalypse. Season 2 introduces the Greene family, and Season 3 finds the gang of survivors living in an actual prison. This list of the best The Walking Dead seasons has been voted on by The Walking Dead fans from around the world, so the order of the seasons isn't just one person's opinion. Each season of The Walking Dead has at least one memorable episode, so it isn't necessarily easy to figure out what the top season is. Is your favorite season of The Walking Dead not as high as it should be? Be sure to vote it up so it rises to the top.
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Having been exiled by Rick for mercy killing Karen and David back at the prison, she comes back around to save everyone’s literal bacon. Carol is our Highplains Drifter in her meat poncho, blowing up the Termites, leaving Mama BBQ Queen for the walkers, and getting a big ole hug from her long lost redneck homie Daryl.
From here, they cross paths with the worst priest ever Father Gabriel who’s hiding the fact that he turned his back on his entire flock just to save his own precious skin and his church. The Terminus cannibals show up at the church, snatch Bob (who’s been bitten), and get a nasty surprise after munching on his infected foot at the camp BBQt. Bob is rescued but is a goner. Sasha has to say goodbye to her love and Tyrese has to stab him in the head.
Daryl still hasn’t forgotten his near girlfriend Beth and tracks her to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta with Carol in tow. After a run-in with Dawn, we lose Beth, but we gain a Noah. The gang travels to Noah’s old community to see what’s still standing, but it looks like the Wolves got there first. On a scout of Noah’s house, Tyrese gets bitten by Noah’s little brother and another random walker. We say goodbye to the former NFL player and few men on Earth with a conscience. Sasha does not take Tyrese and Bob’s deaths well and is full-on PTSD by the time they end up in Alexandria, following the guidance of the Tennessee top-hatted scientist Dr. Eugene Porter, who is leading them to D.C. for the cure. The rest of the season focuses on how the group fits into Alexandria, ending with Rick killing near girlfriend Jessie’s husband, Porch D*ck, as Morgan (from season one) turns up to witness it. So, not so much.
The 90 minute season finale drew a record 15.8 million with 10.4 million in the 18-49 demographic, a huge win for AMC.