Exclusive: Walking Dead Season 4 Premiere Title Signals Time Jump; Plus: New Poster Unveiled

“Are Rick and his fellow survivors about to catch a much-needed break?” Well, let’s see. What temperature is it in Hell right now?

On the bright side, just look at Michonne on that poster, riding that horse! And is that Tyreese with his trademark hammer on the left? YEAH, baby!

 

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The Walking Dead Season 4Are Rick and his fellow survivors about to catch a much-needed break?

TVLine has exclusively obtained the title of The Walking Dead‘s Season 4 premiere, and it points to both a lull in the zombie war and a time jump.

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According to sources, Episode 401 — penned by new showrunner Scott M. Gimple — currently bears the title, “30 Days Without an Accident.”

What does it mean?! Herewith are some possible interpretations (some obvious, some less so):

* The show will skip ahead at least one month following the events of the Season 3 finale.

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* Rick’s controversial decision to relocate the denizens of Woodbury to the prison is paying off on the safety front (i.e. 30 days without a zombie attack). It’s also creating a…

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Sneak Peek of Mid-Season Premiere of The Walking Dead Unveiled – Darryl VS. Merle VS. The Governer VS. Andrea!

Speaking of The Walking Dead- Killer Kaylyn has a clip from the newest episode, 309, titled The Suicide King. There’s also a GREAT promo for the 2nd half of S3. Check it out! Don’t miss the links for “related articles” below from Dread Central, either (and that “major spoiler” has been confirmed to be an image from another movie – it is Norman Reedus, just NOT from The Walking Dead).

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Was the ending of the midseason finale a cruel cliffhanger or what!? The long separated Dixon brothers were finally reunited, in the worst way possible. In a gladiator-style arena, the Governor brought Merle and Daryl together, and ordered to fight. Before the battle could begin, however, the episode ended, and the audience was told to wait until February to witness the outcome of the horrific, highly anticipated event. Luckily, a clip from the newest episode, titled “The Suicide King”, was released recently, along with a trailer for the second part of the third season. Check out both below!

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The Walking Dead’: Andrew Lincoln Talks All About The Midseason Finale’s Surprise Cameo

I admit, I missed it the first time around. There was already enough hell breaking loose in The Walking Dead mid-season finale, “Made To Suffer”, written by Robert Kirkman, and I had plenty of re-winding to do. Pretty cool interview, though!  If you want to read the Robert Kirkman EW.com review, it’s over here, and the interview with show-runner Glen Mazzara interview is here.  Enjoy!

The Walking Dead returns Sunday, February 10th, at 9PM Eastern.  ‘Talking Dead’ is also expanding from half-hour format to an hour!