The Walking Dead ‘Cast is the #1 most popular podcast dedicated to the hit AMC TV show, The Walking Dead. We celebrate the show, cover news and events, and interview actors and creative talent. Launched in July of 2010, we are often in the top five podcasts for TV & Film in iTunes, and won best Entertainment podcast in the 2013 People’s Choice Podcast Awards.
Hosts Jason Cabassi and Karen Koppett are also regularly seen at Walker Stalker Conventions leading panel discussions with actors from The Walking Dead, and are ravenous fans of all things undead. Rarr!
You can find us in iTunes here.
How You Can Support Us
If you like what we’re doing, we especially appreciate getting reviews (or even just ratings) and subscriptions in iTunes.
It’s easy, and even better, free:
1. Find our iTunes page here and then click “View in iTunes.”
2. In iTunes, click “Subscribe Free.”
3. Scroll down and click “Write a Review,” and then leave us an honest rating or review.
Jason has a long-held and vague childhood memory of teenagers stepping gingerly out of a church, creeping into the dark woods, naively believing they might be safe, only to be encircled and then engulfed by shambling rotted corpses, arms outstretched. It was on TV. You can ask him about it at jason [at] walkingdeadcast.com
Karen is among the living in Oakland, CA. She thinks the following things are true: 1) learning to play the guitar is harder than you think, 2) the San Jose Sharks will win the Stanley Cup…some day, 3) television is not evil – in fact, it can be delightfully entertaining, and 4) her cat is probably delicious. Karen can be reached at karen [at] walkingdeadcast.com.
You can send feedback, comments, questions, musings, and/or disgusting zombie noises by calling 650.485.DEAD (3323) or emailing brains [at] walkingdeadcast.com.
We give special thanks and appreciation to:
Erik Feten (aka Mr. Blahg) and Gracie Lou for regularly hosting Comic Talk segments comparing the show to the comic, for doing the amazingly cool podcast Under the Comic Covers about all things indie comics (including The Walking Dead), and for just being great friends and giving lots of support along the way.
Caleb Stoddard for patiently creating the above sketches while fending off our attacks.
Jason Taylor for scouring the web for the latest news about The Walking Dead and zombies in general, and posting it here for your reading pleasure.
Brittany Duke for keeping us up-to-date and relevant by making and maintaining our tumblr page.
And thanks to You for listening.