Sister park Universal Studios Hollywood is opening a year-round The Walking Dead attraction on July 4, which will be included in Hollywood's version of Halloween Horror Nights, as well, so the franchise will have a role in Universal's Halloween event on both coasts once again.
With its blockbuster ratings, drawing millions of viewers each week, The Walking Dead remains one of the most popular shows on television, now in its sixth season. With its zombie genre being a horror staple, the show's natural fit for Halloween Horror Nights, as well, despite some loyal fans' frustration with its now-annual recurrence in an event that's known for mixing it up from year to year.
Here's the promo video:
This year's maze will combine the "best of" elements from the previous four HHN mazes, along with moments from the sixth season of the show.
This year, you’ll struggle to escape from Hershel’s barn, get reacquainted with the Governor’s macabre Walker collection, race through Terminus and end up in the sewers of Alexandria. We’re pulling all of the creepiest environments from our past mazes—like the horde of Walkers in the forest during a lighting storm, which always had guests running and screaming!
Universal previously announced The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and The Exorcist for this year's HHN.Tweet
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