'The Walking Dead' Midseason Premiere Brought Lots of Death and a Life-Changing Injury for One Main Character

'The Walking Dead' Midseason Premiere Brought Lots of Death and a Life-Changing Injury for One Main Character

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How would Tom Riddle deal with the zombie apocalypse? We're about to find out.
Now's your chance 'Walking Dead,' 'Once Upon a Time,' and 'Person of Interest' fans!
The cruise will head straight for the Bahamas next year.
Blood! Battles! Wolves! Deaths! Welcome to reality, Alexandria.
Oh, come on. How much longer could badass realist Rick Grimes handle Alexandria's delusions without snapping?
Scientists have FINALLY given this serious subject the serious attention it deserves.
Two bloody deaths take place as the cracks in Alexandria finally begin to show.
The network is VERY confident we'll all fall for a new post-apocalyptic gang.
A band of militant, post-Apocalyptic survivors needs to swap blood-soaked fights for board games and roasted squirrel for homemade casseroles. Awkward hi-jinks ahead!
Hot showers (! ! ! ) provide a much needed rebirth for (almost) the entire group. But like everything in the apocalypse, is Alexandria too good to be true?
The circumstances change dramatically, but the outcome's (almost) always the same.
It IS hard to trust anyone who smiles after getting punched in the face.
Turns out, the walking dead are not who we think they are.
From post-apocalyptic ray of sunshine to bug-eyed baddie, the 'Walking Dead' star is clearly going places.
AMC just released the first scene because they know we're sad, and they wanted to make us...more sad.
"We do what we need to do, and then we get to live."
The actor's name is Ross Marquand, and he's about to rub elbows with the undead.
Or at least that's what we're inferring from this mysterious sneak peek.