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Robert Kirkman Previews Mid-Season Premiere; E! Online Anticipates The Walking Dead Return

This week, TV Guide gets some Season 4 scoop from Robert Kirkman, while E! Online hails The Walking Dead’s return next month. Plus, The Hollywood Reporter takes a look at the new Season 4 poster. Read on for more:

TV Guide previews the Mid-Season Premiere, learning from Robert Kirkman that the episode is “the beginning of a journey where you’ll learn quite a bit more” about Michonne. [No link]

E! Online, which is “counting down the minutes” until the Feb. 9 Mid-Season Premiere, showcases the new trailer for the rest of Season 4.

The Hollywood Reporter features the poster for the rest of Season 4 and learns about the rest of the season from Robert Kirkman and Scott Gimple.

HitFix also checks out the new Season 4 poster, which features Carl and Rick. So do Zap2it and Deadline, and MTV has lots of questions about the poster.

The Walking Dead is 411’s runner-up for the year’s best TV drama.

Entertainment Weekly reports that The Walking Dead’s Season 4 was the third-most downloaded TV season on iTunes in 2013. [No link]

Wetpaint showcases Jose Pablo Cantillo’s interview with AMC where he talks about filming with Norman Reedus in a Season 3 episode, as well as Martinez’s death.

Jose Pablo Cantillo speaks with his hometown paper, Terre Haute, Indiana’s Tribune-Star, about Martinez’s demise, calling it “a sudden, sort of shocking, unexpected death.”

MTV proposes five ways to combat The Walking Dead withdrawal.

The Walking Dead‘s success is one reason there are several apocalypse-themed basic cable TV series this year, according to Multichannel News.

International Business Times looks forward to the return of The Walking Dead, which “promises much more action and thrill.”

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