There are only three more Sundays until "The Walking Dead" Season 6 premieres on October 11. AMC just posted "A Look at Season 6," with the cast and producers reviewing the end of Season 5 -- with Rick Grimes and company arriving at Alexandria and basically turning it upside-down -- and previewing what's next in the 2015-2016 season.

The video includes a good amount of footage from the upcoming season, plus commentary from Steven Yeun (Glenn), producer Greg Nicotero, producer Denise Huth, Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Seth Gilliam (Father Gabriel), Danai Gurira (Michonne), producer Dave Alpert, Lennie James (Morgan Jones), and Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon).

We're told Season 6 will navigate this world between zombie threats and human threats, and both threats will be elevated at the start of Season 6. As Norman Reedus put it, "The threats get larger, the threats come in ways that you don't expect them to, the threats come in ways that you don't think are possible." Andrew Lincoln shared this great tease: "Every single episode has been a season finale, and then it goes off the chain."

Excellent. The Season 6 premiere will be a supersized 90 minutes, like the Season 5 finale and premiere of the companion series, "Fear the Walking Dead."

Check out the preview:

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