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AMC To Air The Walking Dead Series Marathon Over July 4th Weekend

Samantha Leffler for Wetpaint.com writes:
What better way to celebrate America’s birthday than with a show about a post-apocalyptic world overrun by vicious zombies? Clearly, AMC thinks The Walking Dead is the perfect patriotic treat, because the network has decided to air a TWD mega-marathon beginning on July 4.

The marathon will kick off on July 4 at 1 p.m. ET with, what else, the pilot episode (“Days Gone By”) in which Rick Grimes awakens from a comma to find his family missing and the world populated by zombies. Season 1 will be show in its entirety in color, and then again in black and white, beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET.

By July 5, AMC will start airing episodes from TWD Season 2, starting with the premiere at 1 p.m. ET and concluding with the Season 2 finale (duh) at 1:30 a.m. ET on July 6. Talk about an all-nighter!

And last but certainly not least, the epic death-fest that was Season 3 will begin at 1 p.m. ET on July 6. There will be a few repeats along the way, but be sure to catch Season 3’s penultimate episode on July 7 at 7 p.m. ET. As of right now the schedule doesn’t indicate that AMC will be airing the Season 3 finale, “Welcome to the Tombs,” but we suppose they need to leave something for next time!


New Pictures Spark The Question: Will Rick Lose His Hand In Season 4?



Sebastian C. for The Walking Dead Enthusiasts writes:
I’m forewarning you to take all of this with a grain of salt. I can neither confirm nor deny the validity of these photos as a telling sign for what’s to come in Season 4 of The Walking Dead. But as fans of the comic book series, we are all too familiar with Rick Grimes’ early interactions with The Governor (David Morrissey will reprise the role in Season 4), and the subsequent loss of his hand.

Fans have been wondering whether “TV Rick” will suffer the same fate at the hands of The Governor. In the past, Robert Kirkman has expressed that cutting off Rick’s hand is one of the few things he regrets about the comics, due to the fact that it limits the character’s ability to conduct everyday functions. As of 2 years ago, it appeared that “TV Rick’s” hand would remain intact; seeing that its removal wouldn’t necessarily contribute to the overall story (and I could only imagine the CGI costs).

However, in these exclusive images from the set of Season 4 of The Walking Dead (from a source that I cannot determine, but were found on a Walking Dead fan’s Twitter), it appears as though Rick has suffered a significant hand injury – coincidentally on the same hand as his comic counterpart. Take a look below:







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