The Walking Dead, Season 4 Premiere Date: October 13, 2013

The Walking Dead season 4 premiere date revealed.Season 4 of AMC’s The Walking Dead will premiere on October 13, 2013, at 9pm (ET).

AMC made the announcement at Comic-Con last week and released a video preview of season 4 on their website (you can watch it below!).

No spoilers here, as this is all in the preview – but it looks like The Walking Dead season 4 might be even more intense than seasons 1 through 3…. is that even possible?

There’ll be more Walkers, more people, more losses… and perhaps even more pressure on Rick and our heroes.

We’ve been waiting for the season 4 premiere date since the end of season 3 – all we have had until now is a “coming in October” teaser from AMC.

Now that we have a date, let’s throw out a could of predictions…

  • The Walking Dead pre-season 4 webisodes: last year’s “Cold Storage” webisodes were released two weeks before the season 3 premiere. If AMC holds true to the past, we’ll be looking for them around the beginning of October.
  • The release of The Walking Dead season 3 on Netflix: in previous years (and with other AMC shows as well) previous seasons appeared on Netflix about a week before the new season premiere. So perhaps… just maybe… right around October 6 or 7.

October seems a long way off!

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