WATCH: New 'Walking Dead' Promo Warns 'Don't Look Back'


WATCH: New 'Walking Dead' Promo Warns 'Don't Look Back'


When the prison's away, the survivors will play — and by "play," I, of course, mean "run for their lives or become zombie stew."

Even though fans still have a few more weeks to go before 'The Walking Dead's midseason return, AMC has decided to release another brand new 30-second promo (check out the first trailer here) with one very important warning: "Don't...Look...Back."

Though, in my opinion, if you're being chased by flesh-eating zombies, you should constantly be looking over your shoulder, so I'm not sure this is necessarily good advice, but it does get the point across: these characters are all in serious danger.

With the group now divided following the Governor's deadly attack on their former home, it's kill or be killed, which should lead to a pretty action-packed second half of the season. A bruised and battered Rick is on the road with Carl (who seems less than thrilled to be there), while Michonne is all alone and forced to fend for herself against a massive horde of the undead.

All-in-all, things could be better, but something tells me the worst is yet to come. Check out the new promo below and get ready for an eyeful of post-apocalyptic drama.

'The Walking Dead' returns from its winter hiatus on Sunday, Feb. 9 at 9/8c on AMC.

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Written by: Kelly_Schremph
Jan 28th, 2014, 12:59 pm

Images courtesy of Gene Page/AMC


Message Posted On Jan 28th, 2014, 2:38 pm
Anyone who read the comics know the plots for most of the characters. Cool thing is the annoying ones have been culled. Overly long emoting conversational episodes that marred the first couple of seasons have ended. Only sad part is Rick is not as harsh in the show. I really wanted to see him drive back a hundred miles to kill Shane again. Sigh.
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