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There’s a Permanent Walking Dead Attraction Coming to Universal Studios

Actor Norman Reedus poses at the after party for the premiere screening of AMC Networks' 'The Walking Dead' Season 5 at the Universal Studios Backlot on October 2, 2014 in Universal City, California..
Kevin Winter/Getty Images Actor Norman Reedus poses at the after party for the premiere screening of AMC Networks' 'The Walking Dead' Season 5 at the Universal Studios Backlot on October 2, 2014 in Universal City, California.

"Dare to survive"

Viewers who watched The Walking Dead‘s post-show talk show, The Talking Dead, on Sunday night were treated to some exciting news about AMC’s flagship series. Host Chris Hardwick announced that Universal Studios Hollywood is building a permanent attraction based on the zombie-filled drama.

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A Walking Dead walk-through maze has previously been offered during the theme park’s annual Halloween Horror Nights celebration but will now be open year-round due to its growing popularity. The permanent attraction will be housed inside a new structure and will feature a few spooky improvements, reports Entertainment Weekly. With “authentic walker make-up effects, sophisticated animatronic walkers, substantially more detailed set design and costuming, and highly recognizable props replicated from the series,” it is expected to be even more fear-inducing than the original.

Check out the first teaser for the attraction, which is set to open this summer, below.

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