'Walking Dead' Featurette Promises Zombies Out The Butt

Hopefully also plot development and characters making good decisions. This behind the scenes look at season four of AMC's The Walking Dead catches up with the cast and producers to tease what's to come. Here we see the prison itself has been made more liveable and bolstered against outside attack. Which is a good thing because executive producer Gale Anne Hurd promises this season brings more zombies than we've seen before. The cast also hints at the new threat mentioned at Comic-Con. Here we're told that it's not humans and not walkers but something deadlier than anything the survivors have had to deal with so far. I'm guessing airborne virus or sharknado. Just as long as it's not Ghost Lori because that got weird.

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