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'Walking Dead' Season Four New Poster: 'Don't Look Back'

'Walking Dead' Season Four New Poster: 'Don't Look Back'

Check out this eerie new poster for the upcoming second half of the fourth season for the hit AMC show The Walking Dead.

The poster features leading characters Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his son Carl (Chandler Riggs) walking together on a deserted railroad track with the text “Don’t Look Back”.

The premiere of the second half of the season is set to air on Sunday (February 9) on AMC – be sure to check it out!

AMC just aired an entire The Walking Dead marathon over New Year’s Eve and Day for fans to catch up on seasons 1-4A. Did you get a chance to tune in?

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    Can’t wait!

  • nina

    Killing Hershel was the worst move ever. I won’t be back. So sick of that show getting rid of get characters and bringing in new characters that are sooooo boring. Tyrese or however you spell it and his sister are two of the worst and waste of character space.

  • !!!!!

    It’s a show about a zombie apocalypse. Do you really expect all the characters to survive?

  • Seal

    I’d love to get rid of that older man who is dating a 20 year old. Daryl may be the sh*t, but Norman Reedus is gross for dating someone so young.

  • Sally

    Daryl and Michonne had better get together, they are hot together. Norman and Danai have mad crazy chemistry.

  • ken

    on tv show talking dead poster of dont look back shows carl in front of rick

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