AMC has released a new production video for the upcoming fourth season of the immensely popular drama series The Walking Dead. The clip goes behind-the-scenes of the filming of the new season’s first episode, as we see nearly all of the cast members talk on camera about where we find their characters when the show returns. Andrew Lincoln confirms there will be another time jump, as we will have skipped over winter and gone right to summer once again—a necessity borne out of the fact that the show shoots in Atlanta during the summertime. The group is working to make the prison more of a home, and in keeping with that effort Rick takes up farming.
Hit the jump to watch the latest production video, and click here if you missed our recap of the show’s Comic-Con panel. Season four of The Walking Dead begins on AMC on October 13th.
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