[WARNING: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's midseason return of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk!]
It wasn't long before at least a few of the scattered survivors found their way back to each other during Sunday's The Walking Dead. But those who did reunite were put through the paces first.
As Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Carl (Chandler Riggs) struggled to...
The destruction of the prison during The Walking Dead's midseason finale served as a reset of sorts. Once again, the group of survivors we've known and loved over the past four seasons are on their own. But it's that exact reason why this world is the most dangerous it's ever been for those who had come to expect a level of security while living in the prison. Will Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Carl (Chandler Riggs) survive? More importantly, how will the rest of the group fare without the man who once led them to safety? TVGuide.com caught up with executive producer Robert Kirkman to get the scoop on what's next:
Things have gotten so bleak on AMC's The Walking Dead that it's not always easy to tell the walking wounded from the actual zombies. Which is part of the point as the fourth season resumes with the beleaguered survivors of the prison battle scattered to the winds — so much so that in this week's episode (Sunday, 9/8c), written by Robert Kirkman ...
After the events of the midseason finale, The Walking Dead will never be the same.
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The prison's been destroyed and the survivors have broken apart on separate paths, each with their own unique set of dangers and enemies. Though things might look grim, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) hasn't given up all hope yet. "It's not going to be easy, but we're not too far gone," he says.
The Good Wife, The Walking Dead and The Vampire Diaries were among the big winners at the People's Choice Awards Wednesday.
The Good Wife was named Favorite Network TV Drama, and star Josh Charles was named Favorite Dramatic TV Actor.