Story Sync

Watch The Walking Dead Along With Slash This Sunday at 9/8c, Using Story Sync


What’s better than watching a brand-new episode of The Walking Dead this Sunday at 9/8c? Watching it along with legendary Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash. You can do just that thanks to “Watch Together,” your chance to play Story Sync with a celebrity guest each week and see how their answers correspond with your own. This week, watch along with Slash during The Walking Dead Season 5, Episode 3, “Four Walls and a Roof,” and be sure to test out this season’s all-new features, including a results page that gauges your answers, telling you which character you’re most like and whether you would have survived the episode.

To play Story Sync along with Slash, simply log on to via your tablet, smart phone or Internet browser — or download the Windows 8 The Walking Dead Story Sync app — when you tune in to AMC for the broadcast. The rest will take care of itself.

Don’t miss Slash on Talking Dead, Sunday at 10/9c, immediately following The Walking Dead.

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Story Sync Makes The Walking Dead a Two-Screen Experience

twd-s4-story-sync-325The Walking Dead returns this Sunday at 9/8c, and with it comes the return of Story Sync, an award-winning way for you to immerse more deeply in the series. This live, interactive experience lets you vote in snap polls, answer cool trivia questions and re-live tense moments via video clips during the premiere broadcast of each new episode. See a particularly gruesome kill? Rank it on the “Gore Gauge.” Think you can spot trouble ahead for Rick? Weigh in with Sync’s “Threat Level Meter.” Check out Story Sync this Sun., Oct. 13 at 9/8c with the The Walking Dead Season 4 Premiere, “30 Days Without an Accident.” Log on to via your tablet, smart phone or Internet browser — or download the new Windows 8 The Walking Dead Story Sync app — when you tune in to AMC for the broadcast. The rest will take care of itself.

Click here for The Walking Dead Story Sync.

Having trouble? Make sure that…

• Javascript is enabled on your Internet browser
• Your Internet browser is up to date (Sync will not work in Internet Explorer 6 or 7)
• You have a strong Internet connection
• Your computer clock is set to the correct time zone

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