AMC hasn’t been too giving on details on ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 quite yet. I’m sure some of that will change at their SDCC panel on July 19th that will include cast members, exective producers, creator Robert Kirkman, and show runner Scott Gimple.
Where does this leave us now? Well, thanks to a report over at Cinema Blend, we found out what the current title for Season 4’s first episode will be called.
It looks like the title is currently set as “30 Days Without An Accident“. Although with their use of the word “currently”, that may means that it isn’t set in stone. Their take (and it’s a good one) is that it means 30 days have passed between Season 3 and Season 4. That gives the townsfolk of Woodsbury 30 days to have adjusted to living in a prison… 30 days to have adjusted living under the Ricktatorship… 30 days for everyone’s crazy Governor to start planning his revenge. Could it have been 30 says since anyone has gotten hurt right before something happens to Rick’s hand?
While we won’t know more until SDCC, they did show off the banner that will be at AMC’s booth which you can see above. It looks like Tyrese, Rick, Daryl, Michonne, and a host of walkers are on the prowl. Maybe it’s been 30 days since the last zombie attack or incident. This banner does suggest we’re going to be seeing quite a bit of zombie action though which will be a nice change of pace from the focus on The Governor.
Also Michonne on a horse? What’s all of that going to be about?
So fans of ‘The Walking Dead’, are you excited for Season 4? Any thoughts on what the title may be alluding to? Are you still as excited about the show as you have been? Also which character(s) would you love to see added (or killed) this season? Chime in below!