Gearbox chief Dave Gross said he is “disappointed” with the return of the “walking dead” television series.
The video game developer released a statement Thursday saying it is “shocked” by the return, which comes on the heels of “Walking Killers,” a “grim” game released last year.
“This is a show that I’ve spent the last four years and a half doing my best to make fun of,” Gross said.
The show, which was canceled last year after its fifth season, was a parody of popular television shows like “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad.” “
As a studio, we’re disappointed in the decision to bring ‘WALKING DEAD’ back.”
The show, which was canceled last year after its fifth season, was a parody of popular television shows like “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad.”
It had a limited series run in the United States, but a limited theatrical release in 2018 was released in Japan.
The show aired on AMC and Hulu, which has a contract to carry the series in the country.
The series returned in 2017, and has been renewed for a sixth season.
“WALKER” returned in 2016 with a limited run, but only on the small screen.
The network’s deal with Sony Pictures Television to broadcast the series on its streaming service, AMC, expired in April.
It’s been an uneventful season for “WINGERS,” which had a small but strong online following among fans.
The season finale, released Wednesday, included a scene in which a character called “Boomer” revealed he had killed a woman named “Tasha.”
The episode also featured a reference to “The Walking Dead” character Cassidy, who was killed off in Season 4.
The news came after “WARDEN,” the second season of the series, was canceled following the death of actor David Schwimmer.
The finale of “SHADOW,” the fourth season of “The CW’s” hit superhero series, aired last week.
The third season of CW’s hit show “The Flash” aired on Wednesday.
“SANDMAN,” a film starring Tom Hiddleston, has been given a theatrical release.
“We are saddened by the news that ‘The Walking and ‘WANDS’ series will not return to the CW Network, despite the great success of the first season,” Warner Bros. Entertainment chairman Chris Aronson said in a statement.
“The ‘WINGING’ show has become an integral part of our beloved franchise and our audience and we are grateful to the fans who have supported us for more than 25 years.”
“WANTS” season 2, which aired in October, also ran into trouble when the network decided to cancel “WAKING DEAD” after its fourth season.