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'The Walking Dead' Featured in Time Warner Super Bowl Spot

February 4, 2013 (2:42 am) GMT
Norman Reedus' Daryl Dixon is told by a housewife to get rid of the dead zombies in her living room in the funny ad.
'The Walking Dead' Featured in Time Warner Super Bowl Spot

Time Warner has a ""-themed ad which aired during Super Bowl XLVII telecast. The funny commercial sees a suburban mom dealing with the mess created by the hunt for zombies in her house.

The mom washes a stained machete and finds her daughter feeding a walker in her room. The mom gets irritated as ' Daryl Dixon leaves a mark on her wall when he kills a zombie with a dart. "Clean this up," the mom tells Daryl while pointing to a pile of dead walkers in her living room.

"This campaign uniquely and cleverly captures the spirit of 'The Walking Dead' as well as featuring one of the series' most iconic characters, Daryl Dixon," said Charlie Collier, President and General Manager of AMC.

He added, "We are thrilled to be working with Time Warner Cable to bring fans of 'The Walking Dead', one of television's most passionate and engaged audiences, even better ways to experience and re-experience the zombie apocalypse."

While "The Walking Dead" doesn't have its own Super Bowl commercial, the Time Warner ad helps promote the horror series which will return with the remainder of its third season next Sunday, February 10 on AMC.



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