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    Here Are Three New Recurring Characters For THE WALKING DEAD Season 4

    We already know that season three actors Chad Coleman (Tyrese), Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha) and Emily Kinney (Beth) have been promoted to regular status next season, but TV Line reports that we'll be getting three new characters too.

    “The show could just as easily wind up being too busy with new recurring characters like Laura, a single mom and ex-nurse who isn’t quite as strong as she first appears; Melody, a ‘just one of the guys’ kinda gal in her 20s; and Don, who sounds like Hershel, if Hershel were crankier and two-legged.”

    There was a character named Don in the comics (a King County Sheriff's deputy) but unless my memory is not what it used to be I don't think the other two are Robert Kirkman creations. Either way, It'll be interesting to see how they fit into the story as the tv show increasingly departs from comic book canon.

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    THE WALKING DEAD: Robert Kirkman On Michonne's "Mission" For Season 4; Plus New Still

    In an interview with THR, Robert Kirkman talks about some of the changes we can expect in season 4 of The Walking Dead now that there's a new showrunner in Scott Gimple. Kirkman says that this season will be a "much more character-based story", because he feels they got too far away from that last season. He also discusses The Governor's return and many other things, but since we have a nice new pic of Danai Gurira as Michonne, the below excerpt deals with that character and the mission she undertakes after her friend Andrea's death in season 3.

    "Michonne (Danai Gurira) in particular is going to have quite a bit going on with her because of that [Andrea] loss. As we meet Michonne coming back this season, she's on a mission to hunt down the Governor. It's something she's very obsessed with. It's big part of her character this season. She did lose Andrea and she lost her because of the Governor. She's not willing to let that guy go or be out there. It's something that may possibly be to her detriment, the fact that she's so dedicated to finding this person. That's something that very much informs her character this season."


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      First Look At Lawrence Gilliard Jr. As 'Bob Stookey' In Season Four Of THE WALKING DEAD

      The Wire's Lawrence Gilliard Jr. will play former Army medic 'Bob Stookey' in season four of The Walking Dead, but in the AMC adaptation of the Robert Kirkman penned series, he won't be a resident of Woodbury. Instead, he's found by Daryl Dixon and showrunner Scott M. Gimple explains that his character will be going through some issues. "His backstory is not entirely the same as in the comic and the novel. I think he’s seen things go bad over and over, and winding up in this stable place doesn’t shake him from his experience. He struggles with that." This is a sentiment echoed by Gillard, who adds: "You can see there’s something deeper and darker that’s going on with this character, just from the first episode. We don’t really know what it is. We just know he’s got some issues that he’s dealing with."


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        'THE WALKING DEAD' Season 4 Will Have 2 Standalone Governor Episodes

        As you can see, "The Governor" was not shown in the San Diego Comic-Con trailer for Season 4 of "The Walking Dead." This prompted quite a few fans of the zombie television program to question just how involved the maniacal evildoer would be amid reports of the zombie threat moving back to the forefront. A new report from TV Line serves to quell those fears, at least partially. The scoop spills that two of the sixteen episodes will be devoted entirely to what's going on with David Morrissey's character. This doesn't rule out the character appearing in other episodes, it simply confirms that he'll have two hour-long episodes focusing on what he's been up to since leaving Woodbury.


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          THE WALKING DEAD Season 4: Behind The Scenes


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            Web Only (Webisode Sneak Peek)

            Before a new season of "The Walking Dead" premieres, see a new series of webisodes, titled "The Oath," on and AMC's YouTube channel. Watch this exclusive preview only on IMDb!



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              The Oath part 1



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                12 Things We Can Expect From Season Four Of AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’


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                  New Cast Members on ‘Walking Dead’: Michael Cudlitz, Josh McDermitt

                  “The Walking Dead” is reaching back into Robert Kirkman’s comic book cast for its newest additions.

                  Michael Cudlitz and Josh McDermitt have joined the show as series regulars in the roles of Abraham Ford and Dr. Eugene Porter, respectively, a network spokesman told TheWrap.

                  Eugene and Abraham first appeared in Issue 53 of “The Walking Dead” comic book series and would go on to play important roles in the posse of Sheriff Rick (portrayed on the series by Andrew Lincoln).

                  Also read: ‘Walking Dead’ Season 4 Review: The Zombies Are Slower Than Ever

                  Eugene, a doughy science teacher who claims to know what caused the undead outbreak, and Abraham, U.S. Army sergeant and sports coach, plus a travel companion named Rosita (newly cast Christian Serratos) join Rick’s group on a trek to Washington later this season.

                  McDermitt most recently starred as Brandon on the now-canceled TVLand comedy, “Retired at 35.”

                  He has also appeared on ABC’s short-lived comedy “Work It.” Cudlitz starred on TNT’s “Southland” and has made appearances on CBS crime drama “CSI” and ABC’s “Lost.”


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                    That legless guy zombie pranked Daryl from ‘The Walking Dead’ and it was a home run


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                      The Walking Dead road trip: your 13-stop tour of the show's best filming locations

                      If we've learned anything from 3½ seasons of AMC's The Walking Dead, it's that Rick makes debatable decisions, the writers aren't afraid to kill off popular characters, and if Daryl and Michonne ever hooked up, they'd have the most badass kid on the post-apocalyptic playground. And, since the show's shot mostly on location in Georgia (rather than on a Hollywood lot) it's remarkably easy to hop in a car and visit the real-life locations.

                      To help you to do just that, we used über-fan sites like Walkingdeadlocations and Walking Dead Wiki to map out an easy-to-follow, DIY road trip around Atlanta, complete with behind-the-scenes dirt on 13 locations. Which hospital did Rick wake up in? How far's Woodbury from the prison? Is the CDC really rigged to explode? It's all here. Now, let's go hunt some walkers.

                      SPOILER ALERT: Whatever the statute of limitations is for discussing on-going shows, if you haven't watched through the end of Season 3, move along.


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                          Comic con trailer for season 5


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                            Walking Dead at comic con


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