The blooper video shown during “The Walking Dead” fan premiere has leaked online.

The less than 3 minute video made it to Reddit and showed funny scenes from Season 5 and Season 6 of the hit AMC series. It gave an interesting snapshot of how the cast also enjoyed some light moments while filming “The Walking Dead.”

The blooper reel featured Danai Gurira, who plays Michonne, slapping herself before the start of a take. Norman Reedes, who stars as Daryl Dixon in “The Walking Dead,” is playfully trying to stab the hand of crew member holding a clapper just before the director shouted “action.”

There’s also a part in the video which showed Tovah Feldshuh’s Deanna Monroe getting stuck in some trees while her co-stars waited for her to join the scene. “The Walking Dead” lead character Rick Grimes, played by Anthony Lincoln, was also featured in the blooper video. He apologised for accidentally punching a hole in the wall.

Reddit users also commented on how funny some of the scenes were. A fan wrote that the cast “seem to be such funny people,” while another stated why bloopers are not included in blu-ray versions of “The Walking Dead.” The scenes that Reddit users enjoyed the most were Feldshuh’s lost tree situation, where a fan wrote, “Tovah coming out of the bushes had me dying.”

Another Reddit user commented, “I f------ died at Glenn yelling help to the plane.” The fans was referring to part in “The Walking Dead” blooper video where a plane flew overhead while they were in between takes and Steven Yeun, who plays Glenn Rhee, started yelling at it for help.

Meanwhile, more than 14.6 million viewers watched the Season 6 premiere of “The Walking Dead” on Sunday, October 11, according to The New York Times. Despite the large number of viewers, the numbers are still lower than last year’s season premiere, which drew 17 million viewers. Sunday’s premiere episode averaged 9.4 million viewers in the 18 to 49 year old demographic. This is also lower than last year’s average of 10.9 million viewers.

Season 6 of “The Walking Dead” airs every Sunday in the U.S. on AMC and every Monday in Australia on Foxtel’s FX channel.

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