The Walking Dead season 4 returns to AMC on February 9, 2014 and we’ve got a look at the promo of what’s to come when the series returns. The following spot aired during The Talking Dead following the show’s mid-season finale.
We don’t have plot details to share as AMC has not released anything officially. But as you can see, the members of Rick’s camp look scattered. Rick is recovering from a brutal beating to the head. Carl’s got some drama he’s dealing with. And, naturally, there are zombies.
The Walking Dead Season 4 reached its mid-season finale and fans are voicing their reactions everywhere over what transpired in this weekend’s episode. We’ll remain spoiler-free here. For now, we wanted to simply inform you that The Walking Dead will resume its fourth season on February 9th.
Story details for the return have not been revealed at this time.
Harvey and Bob Weinstein of The Weinstein Company is bolstering their presence on the television scene, reports the L.A. Times. And, in addition to the Scream television series we’ve been reporting on, it appears Bob Weinstein wants a television series based on The Mist as well.
According to the Times, Weinstein is “developing a proposed 10-part series with Frank Darabont, based on Dimension’s film version of Stephen King’s “The Mist.”
Well, not there’s a tank. That’s what we learned in last night’s episode of The Walking Dead. And the second that tank showed up, many of us out there who read the comic had a special little smile on our face because we knew what that meant: Another showdown between The Governor and Rick Grimes.
AMC has released two promo videos for the next episode of The Walking Dead, airing Sunday, December 1st at 9/8c.
Titled “Too Far Gone,” the episode is the mid-season finale and is described as follows: After things begin to calm at the prison, Rick and the group face imminent danger.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, one more survivor is about to join The Walking Dead in the form of Andrew J. West (Greek).
Details are being kept under wraps about West’s role, but it is said that his character is not directly from the source material. Instead, he is a “remix” of someone from the comic series.
The site also notes that, like other recently-added characters, West will be credited as a “guest star” for the second half of season 4 with an option to become a series regular in season 5.
Frank Darabont returns to television – TNT, to be specific – with Mob City, a series I’m definitely looking forward to because, well, it’s Darabont and because Jon Bernthal is starring (that guy has promise). Because Mob City is on the way, that means Darabont is back in the press and because he’s back in the press, that means journalists are going to ask him about The Walking Dead, a show he was fired from.
And guess what? He’s still not happy that the AMC suits cut him from the series. (To be fair, he’s not the only showrunner to get the boot.) Here are some choice words he had for Variety that pressed him about the debacle.
The Governor made his return to The Walking Dead last night and leave it to the creative team to give us…not exactly what we were expecting. Instead of moving forward, we were treated to an episode that carried us back in time a bit and caught us up to what The Governor has been up to since he was ousted from Woodbury.
This show knows how to milk it, eh?
We have a preview of next week’s episode, “Dead Weight,” via a promo and episode clip. Here’s the synopsis…
The Walking Dead is going to get a spin-off in 2015 and here we are in late 2013 already fielding rumors. Let’s begin with a quote (that TVLine brought to my attention that I thought was amusing. Creator Robert Kirkman was quoted as saying, “The spin-off has to be a show worthy of existing, or else we’ve all sold out.”
Well, some might say the “sell out” has already happened considering the monstrous wave of merchandise and tie-ins that surround the show, but okay…
Touching on the aforementioned rumors, TVLine is hearing that the spin-off might be a “prequel.”