'The Walking Dead' looks ahead with three new preview clips!
Like a good finale, the midseason finale of 'The Walking Dead' left viewers with brand new questions and cliffs to hang from. Today, AMC released three new promotional videos for fans to salivate over.
Would the reunited Dixon brothers fight their way out of Woodbury? Can our heroes defend the prison against a possible human attack? What does The Governor really want?
The cast looks ahead (spoiler alert, obviously):
It seems that it isn't merely the fans who can barely wait for the storyline to pick back up; it's so rare to find a cast just as excited as their fans are about the direction of a series. That excitement is palpable in the scenes of the show, possibly explaining one major reason that 'The Walking Dead' has broken ratings records and spawned a series devoted to discussing the main show.
Here's a new trailer, with an unexpected tease at 0:28...
Yes, you saw that: that was Beth giving our hero Rick a little kiss. Could this be a tease of a possible future romance on the series? Or is the inclusion of that clip in the promotional material a form of red herring, trying to throw us off in the wrong direction?
Dem Dixon boys are featured in the clip below!
It took two and a half seasons to get the Dixons reunited. Now that it's happened, it seems like this pair are the most volatile characters on the show. The battle lines have been drawn between Woodbury and the Prison... so where to the Dixons end up? Which side of the divide will they fight against? The brothers seem the most impossible to predict, given where the series has taken us so far.
And of course there's the constant question regarding how much of the comic book source material will bleed into the AMC show. There are an awful lot of plot points from this point in the comic book storyline that have yet to appear in the series; will some be left wayside? Will others come along right after we've stopped anticipating them? The creators on 'The Walking Dead' have turned teasing fans into an art form.