On Sunday, December 29 Wetpaint Entertainment posted several spoilers for the second half of the fourth season of "The Walking Dead," which will return to AMC in February. The midseason finale left the fate of most characters on the series up in the air, but at least a few shocking moments are still left for the remaining eight episodes.
Since the prison is no longer a safe haven for anyone, the survivor's who were living there have all splintered off into groups. Rick and Carl made it out after The Governor fell, but Judith was no where to be found. Tyreese, Michonne, Bob, Sasha, Daryl and some other made it out before the fences were taken down by walkers. However, it seems the groups may not be reunited with each other immediately.
With eight episodes left in the season, the episodes will focus more on individual characters or groups of characters, much like The Governor centric episodes and the ones which followed the newly introduced characters. At least one or two episodes will focus on Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and he will play a bigger role in the second half of the season. The first episode back, episode 9, will also be a major deal for Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs), so Rick seems to struggle with all the recent losses.
Two major characters died in the season four midseason finale, but at least one more major death is coming. The death is described as a "shocker" and will happen to a main character "who has not been killed in the comic books series" which narrows down the list a little bit. At least three new characters will also be introduced in the second half. Rosita Espinosa, Dr. Eugene Porter and Abraham Ford, all of whom appear in the comic books, will encounter some of the prison survivors and lead them to a new location.
"The Walking Dead" season four will return on Sunday, February 9 at 9 p.m. on AMC. The survivors will have to find a new safe haven after the demise of the prison. They will also encounter new survivors and new enemies.
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