There are only six episodes left in the fourth season of the popular AMC drama "The Walking Dead," and the drama is getting more intense with each episode. On Thursday, February 20 Wetpaint Entertainment posted spoilers for the rest of the season told by executive producer Gale Anne Hurd.
Hurd talked about how viewers have "seen the tension build" in the first part of the season and the audience knows more about what has happened than the characters. Most of the survivors don't know about Carol's involvement in the murder, that she was banished by Rick, or who is even still alive after the prison attack. Although the survivors are all still separated they have yet to deal with the issues from the midseason finale, including Hershel's death.
Part of the tension in the final six episodes will include "the hope of reuniting" that the survivors will feel with each episode that focuses on individual characters. Glenn and Maggie still have no idea either one made it out of the prison and although Michonne managed to find Rick and Carl it's unlikely the group will all travel the same path and reunite. The tension between Carol and Tyreese is expected to play out in the next few episodes, as well as the struggle of meeting the new characters from the comic books.
The eleventh episode of season four, "Claimed," will air on Sunday, February 23 at 9 p.m. on AMC. The three new characters will be a major part of the final six episodes and help set up season five. A new evil will be coming to the survivors and it's possible that the prison group will not reunite before the season finale.
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