The Walking Dead Season 4 has ended with a cliffhanger and we’ll have to wait for almost 7 months until season 5 arrives…
But wait don’t fret here’s a Disneyfied The Walking Dead cast made by a french artist… enjoy…
How would our beloved Disney characters look if they were trying to survive the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse? That’s the question French artist Kasami-Sensei answered with these…
THE WALKING DEAD RETURNS FEBRUARY 2014
transcript from screenrant.com Published by H. Shaw-Williams
In many ways, the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead closed with the bang that fans were expecting to see in the finale of season 3, and as such the upcoming second half of the season looks very much like the start of something new. After growing somewhat complacent behind the walls of the prison, the group had their haven brutally ripped away by the wrath of the Governor and were left scattered with their numbers diminished.
This leaves The Walking Dead at an important crossroads with more than a few pitfalls. One of the criticisms of the comics was that the cycle of wandering, settling, then wandering again became too repetitive, with each new safehouse (the camp, the farm and the prison etc.) ultimately failing the group and forcing them to move on. Having a central location is preferable for a show with budget limitations, but some forward momentum would be a blessing at this stage.
The characters of The Walking Dead might be feeling vulnerable without their dual fences and concrete walls to hide behind, but they haven’t survived for this long by being afraid of rough living. Entertainment Weekly has a new batch of images from the second half of season 4 that show some of the most established characters making a stab at survival in the scary outside world.
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SEASON 4 EPISODE 39: INDIFFERENCE
Obstacles are encountered by the group members on a mission to find supplies.
SEASON 4 EPISODE 38: ISOLATION
One group leaves the prison in search for supplies, while those who stay behind try to preserve what remains.
SEASON 4 EPISODE 37: INFECTED
A brand new enemy has the group fighting to protect the life they’ve built at the prison.
SEASON 4 PREMIERE EPISODE 36:
The Season 4 opener finds Rick and the group aiming to maintain a close-to-ideal life at the prison.
5 days… 4 days…3 days… 2 days… 1 day…
3 webisodes before the season 4 premiere… “The Oath”
The Walking Dead SEASON 4 returns this October 13, 2013 mark your calendars…
First look of Season 4:
The Walking Dead is an American horror television drama series developed by Frank Darabont. It is based on the comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard. The Walking Dead tells the story of a small group of survivors living in the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse.The first season mostly takes place in the Atlanta metropolitan area and then the surrounding countryside of northern Georgia in the second and third seasons, as the survivors search for a safe haven away from the shuffling hordes of predatory “walkers” or “biters” (as the zombies are referred to in the show), who devour any living thing they catch, and whose bite is infectious to humans. The plot is focused primarily on the dilemmas the group faces as they struggle to maintain their humanity during the day-to-day challenges of surviving in a hostile world. This would include battling the zombie hordes, coping with casualties and dealing with other predatory human survivors who are dangerous in their own right.
The group is led by Rick Grimes, who was a sheriff’s deputy before the zombie outbreak. At every turn they are faced with the horror of the walking zombies, the changing dynamic of their group, and hostility from the scattered remains of a struggling human populace who are focused on their own survival now that the structures of society have collapsed.
The series stars Andrew Lincoln as sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes, who awakens from a coma to find a post-apocalyptic world dominated by flesh-eating zombies. He sets out to find his family and encounters many other survivors along the way.
The Walking Dead premiered on October 31, 2010, on the cable television channel AMC in the United States. It premiered internationally during the first week of November 2010 on Fox International Channels. Based on its reception, AMC renewed the series for a second season of 13 episodes, which premiered on October 16, 2011. Two episodes into the second season, AMC announced that the show would return for a third season of 16 episodes, which began airing on October 14, 2012. On December 21, 2012, AMC renewed The Walking Dead for a fourth season of 16 episodes.
The series has been well received and has received many award nominations including ones for the Writers Guild of America Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series (Drama). The series has also attained strong Nielsen ratings, surpassing various records for a cable series, including receiving 12.4 million viewers for its season three finale to become the most-watched drama series telecast in basic cable history.
Season 3 (2012–13)
The third season begins several months after the group escaped the farm, and Lori is in the final days of her pregnancy. The group stumbles upon an overrun prison and sets about converting it into their new home. While trying to clear the prison of walkers and searching the place for supplies, Hershel is bitten by a walker, and Rick is forced to amputate his lower leg. They soon find several surviving inmates who have been trapped in the cafeteria. While Rick, Daryl and T-Dog help clear a separate cell block for the inmates to live in, most of the prisoners are killed, allowing the remainder — Axel and Oscar — to join Rick’s group. A walker breakout later splits everyone up: T-Dog is bitten in the struggle and sacrifices himself to save Carol, while Lori goes into labor and insists that Maggie perform an emergency Caesarean section to save the baby. The operation kills Lori, and Carl is forced to shoot her to prevent reanimation. After several days of mourning, Carl and Rick name the baby Judith.
Meanwhile, Michonne and Andrea are taken to the town of Woodbury, a safe haven from the walkers. They meet The Governor, the town’s leader, and learn that Merle Dixon — Daryl’s older brother — has taken refuge there as well. Michonne is immediately suspicious of The Governor and the settlement and decides to leave, but Andrea refuses to go with her. Merle is ordered to hunt down Michonne but only manages to wound her; he subsequently captures Maggie and Glenn while they are out scavenging. Michonne, who witnessed the abduction, eventually arrives at the prison and then guides Rick, Daryl, and Oscar back to Woodbury on a rescue mission. The team saves the couple, but Oscar is killed, and Daryl is captured. Michonne stays briefly and attempts to slay The Governor; she kills his undead daughter Penny (whom The Governor had kept chained in a back room closet in his apartment) and stabs him in the eye with some broken glass during a scuffle. In the aftermath, The Governor calls an assembly and publicly accuses Merle of treason, reuniting him with Daryl in front of the angry mob. Rick and Maggie come back and rescue them, but after regrouping outside of town, Daryl decides to leave with Merle, as Rick won’t allow Merle to join their group.
Back at the prison, Carl meets another band of survivors — led by Tyreese and his sister Sasha — and shelters them. Rick returns, but while speaking to the newcomers, he hallucinates and sees Lori, causing his sanity to crack in front of everyone. He expels Tyreese’s group, which finds sanctuary in Woodbury. The Governor and a small team attack the prison the next day, killing Axel and breaching the outer fence before retreating. Merle and Daryl, having decided to rejoin Rick’s group, return and help him fight off attacking walkers. Rick and Carl, with Michonne in tow, return to the Grimes’ hometown to gather weapons. There, Rick finds Morgan again and learns Duane was killed by his reanimated mother, whom Morgan couldn’t bring himself to put down. Instead of joining Rick, Morgan chooses to stay behind.
Andrea arranges a meeting between Rick and The Governor, which results in The Governor’s declaring a truce if Michonne is handed over to him, though secretly he plans to slaughter the prison group anyway. Andrea discovers the plot and attempts to escape to the prison, but The Governor captures her. Merle learns of the deal and, doubting Rick’s willingness to follow through, kidnaps Michonne on his own. Merle and Michonne talk, and Merle has a change of heart and releases her. He goes on to foil The Governor’s planned ambush and is killed. Daryl then finds Merle reanimated as a walker and is forced to kill him.
The Governor stabs his former advisor Milton and leaves him locked in a room with Andrea, to die and reanimate. He then leads an assault on the prison, but Rick’s group stages an ambush and repels the attack. When the frightened Woodbury soldiers suggest leaving the prison alone, The Governor guns most of them down. Rick, Daryl and Michonne find Karen — the massacre’s sole survivor — on their way to Woodbury to finish off The Governor; Karen convinces Tyreese and Sasha to allow them in when they arrive. They then find Andrea, who had killed the zombified Milton but not before he bit her. Andrea uses Rick’s pistol to commit suicide with Michonne by her side. The season ends with Rick’s group returning to the prison along with the remaining Woodbury survivors, while The Governor’s whereabouts remain unknown.
CAST & CHARACTERS
|Andrew Lincoln||Rick Grimes||Main|
|Jon Bernthal||Shane Walsh||Main||Cameo|
|Sarah Wayne Callies||Lori Grimes||Main|
|Jeffrey DeMunn||Dale Horvath||Main|
|Steven Yeun||Glenn Rhee||Main|
|Chandler Riggs||Carl Grimes||Main|
|Norman Reedus||Daryl Dixon||Recurring||Main|
|Melissa McBride||Carol Peletier||Recurring||Main[a]|
|Michael Rooker||Merle Dixon||Recurring||Guest||Main|
|Lauren Cohan||Maggie Greene||Recurring||Main|
|Scott Wilson||Hershel Greene||Recurring||Main[a]|
|Emily Kinney||Beth Greene||Recurring||Main|
|David Morrissey||Phillip Blake/The Governor||Main|
|Chad L. Coleman||Tyreese||Recurring||Main|
|Larry Gilliard, Jr.||Bob Stookey||Main|
Season 2 (2011–12)
The second season begins with Rick and his group of survivors escaping the CDC. They decide Fort Benning will be their next destination. Along the way, they encounter a traffic jam of abandoned vehicles on Interstate 85. The group loots several vehicles but is forced to hide under them as a large herd of walkers approaches. A walker chases Carol’s daughter, Sophia, out from her hiding spot and, with another walker, pursues her into the woods. Rick finds her but loses her again after drawing off the walkers. During the search for Sophia, a hunter named Otis accidentally shoots Carl. To get help for him, Otis leads Rick and Shane to a large, isolated farm owned by a veterinarian named Hershel Greene, then helps Shane look for medical supplies at the local high school. After getting them, Shane injures his leg and sacrifices Otis to the walkers so he can get away. The survivors then move to the farm while Carl recovers, trying to coexist with Hershel’s family, but dangerous secrets and disagreements over leadership cause tensions to rise. Lori is revealed to be pregnant (she is not sure whether Rick or Shane is the father), and Glenn builds a romantic relationship with Maggie, Hershel’s eldest daughter. Glenn also discovers the barn is full of walkers, some of whom are Hershel’s family members. After Shane releases the walkers to be exterminated, Sophia emerges from the barn, as a walker, and Rick reluctantly shoots her.
Hershel disappears to grieve for his family. Rick and Glenn find him drinking at a local tavern, where they meet two other survivors. The situation rapidly turns sour, and Rick kills the two men in a gunfight. The dead men’s group quickly finds and opens fire on Rick, Hershel, and Glenn at the bar. The noise attracts a large herd of walkers, and one of the attackers, Randall, is injured and left behind. Rick and the others take him back to the farm, where they realize Randall is likely to reveal the farm’s location to his former group. As Rick and the others deliberate about what to do with Randall, a walker fatally wounds Dale, forcing Daryl to euthanize him. The group later conducts a search for Randall, whom Shane had secretly released and murdered in the woods. Daryl and Glenn find Randall — as a walker — and kill him. Daryl concludes that Randall died from a broken neck (rather than a walker’s bite or scratch) and subsequently reanimated.
Meanwhile, Shane and Rick confront each other — the former having planned the fake search so he could murder Rick. Rick gets the upper hand and stabs Shane in the torso, killing him. Carl arrives just in time to see Shane reanimate as a walker and shoots him down. The gunshot attracts a large herd of other walkers, who quickly overrun the property. In the ensuing battle and escape, Jimmy and Patricia are devoured, and Andrea is left behind. Andrea survives on her own and is later rescued by a hooded woman accompanied by chained, armless walkers. The remaining survivors regroup but are forced to make camp when their vehicles run low on gasoline. After hearing of Randall’s fate, Rick finally reveals what Jenner whispered to him at the CDC: every survivor is infected with the walker virus. As the group questions Rick’s leadership later that night, a large prison looms in a pan out of the final scene.
Season 1 (2010)
The series begins with sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes‘ being wounded in a shootout with armed criminals. He awakens weeks later from a coma in an abandoned and badly damaged hospital. Upon leaving, Rick discovers a post-apocalyptic world overrun with zombies (or “walkers”, as they are often referred to in-show). Rick also discovers his wife and son are missing, and he encounters two survivors — Morgan Jones and his son Duane — who explain the situation to him. Acting on a rumor the two had heard, he arms himself and begins a perilous journey to Atlanta, Georgia, where the CDC is said to have set up a quarantined safe-zone in the city. Upon reaching Atlanta, he soon discovers the city has instead been overrun by walkers.
A few miles outside the city, Rick’s wife Lori and son Carl have been hiding from the walkers with Shane Walsh, Rick’s partner and best friend, who has fallen in love with Lori. They have established a camp with a small group of fellow survivors. After being rescued from Atlanta by members of the group and reunited with Lori and Carl, Rick assumes command with Shane. A band of walkers eventually attacks the camp and kills several people. Most of the survivors flee to seek aid from the CDC, one family sets off on their own to find their relatives, and Jim — who sustained a walker’s bite — was left on the road, at his request.
In the CDC, all but one staff member, Dr. Edwin Jenner, have either fled or committed suicide. Dr. Jenner explains that his research into the infection has not yielded a cure, and he has not been in contact with anyone for a long while. Lack of fuel for the emergency generators soon initiates the building’s safety protocols, which will trigger an explosion designed to destroy the facility and prevent the escape of deadly diseases. Jenner and Jacqui, a member of Rick’s group, decide to stay and end their struggle. Dr. Jenner whispers something into Rick’s ear, and the group escapes just as the CDC is incinerated in the explosion.
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