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'The Walking Dead' second half of season 4 sneak peek 'Not Afraid'

'The Walking Dead' season 4 poster
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On Tuesday, January 28 Wetpaint Entertainment posted a new trailer for the second half of the fourth season of the AMC television drama "The Walking Dead" which features new footage of the survivors in the aftermath of the prison attack. The new trailer is just thirty seconds long but it provides plenty of clues as to the events of the final eight episodes of the season including confirming some spoilers.

The walkers are shown roaming through the destroyed prison while Rick, Carl and the others escape into the woods. Rick is badly wounded and has trouble keeping up with Carl, who seems to be in a trance over the potential loss of Judith.There is a voice over of Rick explaining that things will never be the same again now that there is no safe place.

The next scenes show Daryl Dixon running through a cemetery at night and killing several walkers that get in the way. His voice is heard saying he isn't afraid of anything and he knows how to stay alive. Beth Greene is nowhere in sight although previous clips have shown the two together. She is seen later explaining to someone that they just have to be themselves, and she is shown standing in front of a burning building.

Tyreese is in another walking killing mode in broad daylight although he seems to be caring for Lizzie and Mika, who are shown running down train tracks hand in hand. They are still looking for a safe place to hide. The trailer does not reveal what happens to Bob Stookey or Sasha, but Michonne and Maggie are both taking out a group of walkers.

"The Walking Dead" season four will returning with its ninth episode, "After," on Sunday, February 9 at 9 p.m. on AMC. Tune in to find out who survived in the woods, the new locations the survivors will find and what new characters from the comic books will be joining the cast.

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