Dec 20, 2016 09:27 AM EST

'The Walking Dead' Season 7 News And Updates: New Season Received Bad Feedbacks; Here's Why

From the very first season of the show until now, "The Walking Dead" has always been a successful tv series. But lately, the franchise has been getting a lot of bad comments and feedbacks from the audience and fans alike due to its graphic brutality and how it scenes are being interpreted in the new series of the show.

According to iTech Post, the Federal Communications Commission lately has received a lot of complaints regarding the new series of "The Walking Dead" due to the gruesome and bloody scenes that it shows to the general public. Although, the AMC series has always portrayed very intense and bloody scenes, the recent episodes of the new series "The Walking Dead" has sparked outrage all over the nation as it is being compared to the terrorist group 'ISIS' style of executing people to their death.

According to International Business Times, it is clearly obvious that the brutal scenes are not real, but the interpretation that the graphic features was more than it should be that it sparked outrage and continous complain coming from fans and viewers alike. From the latter series, the scenes where much tolerable and understood but for the season finale of "The Walking Dead" season six and season seven premiere, complains started to pile up day by day as it should tremendous amount of brutality that it was labled as "torture porn" type of show.

Fans are not only the ones who complained about the gruesome scenes the recent episodes of "The Walking Dead" showed. The Parents' Television Council also complained about the new season of the show saying that it was one of the most horrific and gruesome scenes that was televised nationwide. For more of the latest news and current updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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