TV's most adrenaline-pumping adventure could become a real-life thrill ride!
Each week, fans tune in for all the zombie-fueled twists and turns on The Walking Dead, and soon the hit AMC drama could become a reality as an amusement park attraction.
At the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions convention in Orlando, plans were revealed for "The Walking Dead: Battle for Survival" ride.
According to Sally Corporation, the dark ride and animatronics company that designed the ride, the AMC adaptation will "be a mixed media ride featuring familiar settings and characters from the TV show using a combination of live animatronics and effects with projections, all producing plenty of scares."
The company also debuted the first animatronic walker at the convention and it's extremely life-like, as far as zombies go, and pretty terrifying! Watch the video above for your first look at the flesh-craving robot.
Designer Rich Hill says "The Walking Dead: Battle for Survival" will be scarier than most dark rides -- not necessarily for all ages -- but the gore will be toned down a bit from the show.
As of now, there is no location set yet for the ride, but Hill says they are in the midst of making a deal for it to find a home in a major theme park.
The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on AMC.