On March 7, ScreenCrush published some of "The Walking Dead" spoilers for season 4 that Robert Kirkman hinted at to Entertainment Weekly. One of the questions viewers have is whether Rick and the group will leave the prison or not.
While he did not answer that question, he did say that Rick and the group are settling into a cycle. Robert Kirkman also commented that there will be a resolution to the current storyline and that it would set up things nicely for season 4.
It seems that Rick and the group might leave the prison and find someplace else to call home. After all, Kirkman is right... they have settled into a cycle and at some point soon, they need to move on to more adventurous things. While dealing with the Governor and Woodbury has been interesting and we have seen the characters develop, the show needs to get back to the threat of walkers.
Robert Kirkman also said that there are new places to go in the next season. That certainly sounds like one of "The Walking Dead" spoilers for season 4 that should get fans excited. Going on the road with baby Judith and trying to protect her from zombies while finding a new place to call home is going to be dangerous. She is an infant who cries and she will need more formula, diapers and other needs. Most of the stores are probably cleaned out and what about gas for their vehicles? Other survivors may have already used it all up, filling up all of their gas cans to prepare to survive a world with walkers and people who cannot be trusted.
Of course, "new places to go" could have nothing to do with going on the road. The group might stay at the prison and it could mean a change in the storytelling.
What do you think of "The Walking Dead" spoilers that Robert Kirkman hinted at for season 4? Do you think baby Judith will survive? Will the group leave the prison?