Earlier this week, we got a trailer for the second half of the third season of ‘The Walking Dead’ that reminded us of where we were and what’s to come. Now, thanks to Collider, we get an even bigger (yet at the same time, smaller) look at what’s to come during the rest of the season, including a meeting that fans have been waiting for since this season began.
This new teaser trailer is all about the two camps, The Governor’s town of Woodbury and Rick’s prison, meeting face to face again after the events of the mid-season finale, ‘Made to Suffer’. For thirty seconds, we get brief glimpses of how each camp plans to take action, topped off with the two leaders talking to each other in the same room. Check out the new trailer below, followed by a synopsis for the rest of the season:
With his group in tatters, his sanity in question, and his own son questioning his every move, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) must somehow pull everyone together to face their greatest challenge — the Governor (David Morrissey). In order to survive, he must risk everything, including the group’s very humanity.
Fans who went ahead and read the comics may have noticed that the Governor is starting to look more like we remember him in the black and white pages of Robert Kirkman’s acclaimed comic as he swipes out the bandage for the eye patch at some point in the upcoming half of season three.
How excited are you to finally get new episodes of ‘The Walking Dead’ back on our screens? What do you think about the things you saw in this new trailer? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
‘The Walking Dead’ returns on February 10th at 9/8c on AMC with a new episode titled ‘The Suicide King’.