The Walking Dead will return to Universal Studios' "Halloween Horror Nights" in September with new mazes inspired by the third season of the hit AMC drama.
The mazes at Universal Hollywood and Universal Orlando will place visitors in the Prison -- aka the West Georgia Correctional Facility -- and then send them fleeing through the wilderness to the walled town of Woodbury, where even worse terrors reside.
And for the first time in the event's 23-year history, all of the scare zones at Universal Orlando will feature a common theme, as visitors walking the streets of the park will come face to face with scenes from the television series' first three seasons, including an overrun Atlanta and Hershel's barn. Oh, and walkers -- lots and lots of walkers.
"What's great about working with a property like The Walking Dead is that each season presents new environments and characters for us to draw inspiration," John Murdy, creative director for Universal Studios Hollywood, said in a statement. "With the prison as the main setting of Season 3, we seized this opportunity to recreate that very environment, down to the last detail, to be as genuine and authentic to the show as possible. Using movie-quality production value, our goal is to make guests feel as if they are mired in the world of blood-thirsty zombies, which is something you can only do at 'Halloween Horror Nights.'"
"Halloween Horror Nights" begins Sept. 20.