The bizarre fiery walking dead has unraveled more grueling evidence that ordinarily would have gone unnoticed. Observers and some pundits averred that it took a long time for those that saw the Grotesque image to restore and ease their fear.

The block buster series in ratings juggernaut “The Walking Dead” has revealed that fans can expect to see its increasingly rancid zombies shambling across their screens for years to come.

The show, the most successful basic cable TV series in history, tells the story of sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes, who leads his son Carl and an ever-growing band of survivors in a zombie apocalypse.

Showrunner Scott Gimple reminded fans on the opening night of Hollywood’s annual PaleyFest television festival that October’s season-eight opener would be the 100th episode.

“The first episode, I think, is less about that we’ve reached 100 episodes; it’s more about setting up the next 100 episodes,” Gimple said.

Viewers in 125 countries will be able to witness the milestone achievement for AMC, which has aired the series since its premiere on 31 October 2010 and distributes it internationally via a deal with Fox.