Another new trailer for the the midseason premiere of "The Walking Dead" is here, and while it's a bit more action-packed than its predecessor, it's still a bit vague on just what lies ahead for Rick and the rest of the group.
Like every season before it, we can expect lots of zombie killing throughout the second half of the show's fifth season, and there's plenty of that in this new clip. There's also plenty of emotion, too, as the group is still dealing with the fallout from the midseason finale, coping with the death of Beth and trying to move on, as they've done so many times before.
"We do what we have to do, and then we get to live," Rick says, perhaps trying to persuade the others to push on, despite the bleakness of their existence.
"This isn't the end," Tyreese promises in another scene, where it appears he's talking to Noah. The newest member of the group is no doubt wracked with guilt over his role in the loss of Beth; maybe he's not long for this world -- or this season.
We should find out soon. The midseason premiere of "The Walking Dead" is slated for February 8 on AMC.
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