All the details are still "underwater" right now, but we have the look... Add a small replica of one of the Governor's severed head-filled fish, well, zombie aquariums!
In this uncertain world, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his band of survivors must not only fight the dead, but also face a whole new fear: the living. In this 16 episode season, the series Entertainment Weekly called the “greatest thriller ever produced for television”, Rick and his fellow survivors continue to seek refuge in a desolate and post-apocalyptic world and soon discover that there are greater forces to fear than just the walking dead. The struggle to survive has never been so perilous. This season also introduces new characters, including the Governor (David Morrissey) and fan-favorite Michonne (Danai Gurira), along with her zombie pets.Add a comment
Realizing they are heavily outgunned against the Governor's forces, Rick leads an expedition to get more weapons.Add a comment
Showrunners have been dropping on AMC's "The Walking Dead" faster than a walker on the business end of one of Daryl's arrows. The next to go is Glenn Mazzara, and recently he spoke about being a showrunner and more.
Scenestr caught up with Mazzara recently, and the man had the following to say about the situation, the current state of affairs, the finale, and where the show is going in Season 4...
On the death of the much beloved Axel, “To be very honest, I didn’t want to kill off any of the major characters. We obviously didn’t want to kill Rick. Carol was on the chopping block, but I didn’t want to kill Carol because we have a story coming up with her. We looked at the possibility of killing Beth. I don’t think that actor knows that. You know, I love Emily Kinney. But I felt that would have had too big an impact on the group. It would have just devastated poor Herschel. It would have taken him down a path I didn’t want for the rest of the season. And we were already dealing with Maggie’s feelings about her sexual assault by The Governor so we didn’t want to complicate that with mourning for her sister. We talked about killing Carl in that episode! We really did… unfortunately, you know, by the process of elimination, we got to Axel. Now I like Lew Temple’s performance of Axel very, very much, and we were just starting to find that character and develop him in a way that we loved. And we probably could have had more stories with him. But The Governor was the main character in that piece. We needed to make sure he was not ineffectual. Because otherwise he’s not a bad guy that could possibly take out our guys. So that was really important.” ...
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Synopsis (I Ain’t a Judas - Air Date: 2013-02-24)
Their security threatened, Rick and the group must make a choice. With Woodbury in a police state, Andrea grows uneasy.
Synopsis (Home - Air Date: 2013-02-17)
As the group debates their next course of action, Rick wanders after a lost friend. Daryl and Merle question their choices. The Governor restores order in Woodbury and makes plans to punish those responsible.Add a comment
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