On Sunday, March 16 Wetpaint Entertainment posted a sneak preview for "Us," the upcoming fifteenth episode of the fourth season of "The Walking Dead," which will feature a bunch of different groups as they search for Terminus. There are only two episodes left in the fourth season.
The thirty second promo features a look at Daryl who is traveling with a new group that found him on the tracks after he ran after the car that took Beth. Joe, the leader of the new group tries to explain that men who follow rules can own the world, but Daryl's voice is heard saying that there are no more rules.
Later, the group of six men are in a warehouse and Joe wants someone to be taught a lesson. Someone who looks like Daryl is shown getting punched and falling to the floor. Meanwhile, Abraham, Glenn, Eugene, Rosita and Tara are heading back towards the bus and encounter a bunch of walkers in cars. They look startled by the amount of walkers around them.
Everyone is shown walking along the tracks. Rick is still looking for Terminus and his group hasn't been seen since episode eleven. Daryl, Joe and the others are walking until they come across a warehouse and decide to clear it. Tara and Glenn are see walking on the tracks towards a tunnel.
"Us" will air on Sunday, March 23 at 9 p.m. on AMC. The episode will focus on the newer characters in season four, including Abraham, Rosita, Eugene, Tara and Joe. There are only two episodes left in the season, and no one has reached Terminus, which is also the point where all of the tracks end. The fifth season of the series will begin filming in May near the Atlanta area.
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