Nearly two whole months remain between now and the return of the The Walking Dead, but fret not, because we have some spoilery treats to help tide you over.
First up is a sneak peek from the forthcoming premiere (airing in February), which seems to pick up where the Season 3 midseason finale left off: with doomed brothers Daryl and Merle in the middle of an angry mob. But will Woodbury’s newest inhabitant Andrea intervene? You’ll have to press PLAY to find out.
We’ve also got a lengthy look back at the AMC drama’s third season thus far, with teases from the entire cast about what’s ahead for Rick & Co. And just in case you’ve yet to see it, we’ve posted the short-but-scoopy teaser trailer that ran after the Walking Dead‘s recent finale.A video or other embedded content has been hidden. Click here to view it.A video or other embedded content has been hidden. Click here to view it.A video or other embedded content has been hidden. Click here to view it.
Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…
• 30 Rock has locked in Ice-T for a series-finale guest spot, the SVU star has revealed via Twitter. Further details about the role are being kept under wraps.
• Former Disney darling Brenda Song has nabbed a recurring role on New Girl. Per EW.com, the actress, who currently appears on Scandal, will play a new love interest for Lamorne Morris’ Winston.
• American Horror Story: Asylum inhabitant James Cromwell will guest-star on NBC’s midseason drama Do No Harm, TV Guide Magazine reports. He’ll play a renowned surgeon.
• Comedy Central has unveiled premiere dates for its midseason lineup: Nick Kroll’s The Kroll Show debuts Jan. 16; Anthony Jeselnik’s The Jeselnik Offensive bows Feb. 19; The Ben Show, starring Ben Hoffman, and Nathan Fielder’s Nathan For You premiere Feb. 28; and Inside Amy Schumer begins April 30.
• Saturday Night Live alum Andy Samberg will host the 2013 Film Independent Spirit Awards, airing Saturday, Feb. 23 on IFC.
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