The season 4 opener of "The Walking Dead" will begin airing on October 13. The LA Times reported on Friday, July 19 that AMC is promising even more excitement and drama in it's high rated zombie apocalypse series.
The opening season episode will air in two parts, splitting the season in two eight hour installments. The first eight hours will begin airing in October, with the second eight hour installment picking back up in February 2014.
"The Walking Dead's" talk show companion, "The Talking Dead" will continue to follow behind each new episode of the series and is hosted by Chris Hardwick.
Season 4 of "The Walking Dead" will pick up with Rick and his group of zombie survivors taking shelter in the prison, hiding out from the "walkers."
AMC has revealed that in season 4 the action and danger kicks up a few notches stating that this season:
"Walkers and other threats are no match for danger brewing inside the fences."
"It's going to get insane very quickly," new show runner Scott Gimple said.
"The Walking Dead" producers were joined by such cast members as Andrew Lincoln, Danai Gurira and Norman Reedus.
"The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman said the villainous Governor played by David Morrissey will return in the fourth season but when, how and why will be a mystery that runs throughout the season.
"You've just gotta be on my side. If you're not on my side, you've gotta go," said Morrissey of his cutthroat character. "That's the deal with the Governor."
Remember to mark you calendars for October 13 for the Season 4 debut of AMC's "The Walking Dead."