‘Walking Dead’ Unveils Season 9 Trailer, Premiere Date at Comic-Con

‘Walking Dead’ Unveils Season 9 Trailer, Premiere Date at Comic-Con

‘Walking Dead’ Unveils Season 9 Trailer, Premiere Date at Comic-Con

Check out the new Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 trailer below.

Fear The Walking Dead released the trailer for the second half of season four today at San Diego Comic-Con and it's quite haunting and creepy if we do say so ourselves.

Negan being Negan made sure to squash that optimism with the quickness: "That's real pretty picture you paint there, Rick".

Not only is the fate of Madison Clark (Kim Dickens) a major question, but we've already seen a chunk of the show's original characters go the same way as, well, a whole lot of other folks in the Walking Dead universe.

"The Walking Dead" returns for Season 9 on Sunday, October 7 on AMC. I love the people who make this show. Lincoln has starred as Rick Grimes since the show's premiere in 2010, and his exit means there are no actors who appeared in the pilot on the show anymore.

In an IMDB interview, Kirkman, who also created the comic book series that inspired the television show, addresses the rumors that the upcoming ninth season will be Lincoln's last.

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Ready or not, The Walking Dead is roaring back to life.

The almost six-minute video begins with Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) speaking to his archnemesis Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) from inside a holding cell.

While the trailer does a good job setting up the idea that Rick could theoretically be replaceable, it is a bit confusing that it seems to suggest that Maggie is less replaceable, which is a concern considering that Cohan is possibly also departing the show this season.

Reports surfaced in May that Lincoln's co-star Norman Reedus will stay on and have his character, Daryl Dixon, take on a leading role in Lincoln's absence.

Andrew Lincoln sounded quite emotional and honest while addressing the crowd.

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