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In the highly anticipated new season, we find Rick and the group fostering a thriving community in the safe haven of the prison.

Sadly, in this brutal world, happiness is short-lived and walkers and outside threats are no match for danger brewing inside the fences.

The group’s home and new way of life will be thoroughly tested, and their struggle to survive has never been so perilous.

Episode 1 - 30 Days Without an Accident
Premieres Monday October 14 at 1.30pm & 8.30pm aedt

Rick and the group are as close to an ideal life as possible at the prison. Will they be able to hold on to humanity in the face of a new evil?

Episode 2 - Infected Premieres Monday October 21 at 1.30pm & 8.30pm aedt

As the group faces a brand new enemy, Rick and the others must fight to protect the livelihood they worked so hard to create at the prison.

Episode 3 - Isolation Premieres Monday October 28 at 1.30pm & 8.30pm aedt

Episode 4 - Indifference Premieres Monday November 4 at 1.30pm & 8.30pm aedt

Episode 5 - Internment Premieres Monday November 11 at 1.30pm & 8.30pm aedt

Episode 6 - Live Bait Premieres Monday November 18 at 1.30pm & 8.30pm aedt

Episode 7 - Dead Weight Premieres Monday November 25 at 1.30pm & 8.30pm aedt

Episode 8 - Too Far Gone Premieres Monday December 2 at 1.30pm & 8.30pm aedt

The second half of Season 4 will return February 2014 with the final eight episodes

Rick Grimes

played by Andrew Lincoln

THE CHARACTER: At the end of last season we see Rick slowly coming back from losing his wife and nearly his mind. He is in a different place this season, but that place could prove to be even more dangerous. With new people at the prison, the group dynamic is forced to change dramatically and the pressure and threats begin to multiply. Rick is fighting to return to the man he once was and we don’t know if it’s a battle he can win.

THE ACTOR: TV credits include: Drop the Dead Donkey, This Life, This Woman in White, Bomber, A Likeness in Stone, Trevor’s World of Sport, The Canterbury Tales, Whose Baby?, Lie with Me, Afterlife, Strike Back and Teachers, where Lincoln also made his directorial debut and was nominated for BAFTA TV Award for Best New Director (Fiction).

Film credits include: Boston Kickout, Love Actually, Enduring Love, Human Traffic, These Foolish Things, Hey Good Looking! Scenes of a Sexual Nature, Heartbreaker and Made in Dagenham.

Lincoln recently earned a nomination for Best Actor in a Drama Series at the 2013 Critics Choice Television Awards for his role on The Walking Dead, in addition to 2011 and 2013 Saturn Awards nominations for his work on the series.

Carl

played by Chandler Riggs

THE CHARACTER: Carl physically lost his mother, mentally lost his father, and emotionally lost himself last season. His father is pushing Carl to step back from being a child soldier – and Carl is trying to honor his wishes…. But will the world let him?

THE ACTOR: Film credits include: The Wronged Man, Get Low and most recently Mercy with Shirley Knight, Frances O’Connor, Joel Courtney, Mark Duplass and Dylan McDermott.

In 2012 and 2013 Chandler Riggs was nominated for Hollywood’s Young Artist Award for his role on The Walking Dead.

Glenn

played by Steve Yeun

THE CHARACTER: Glenn is still growing as a man and still mending his relationship with Maggie. All he wants is to keep Maggie safe… His focus on survival above all clashes with Maggie’s priority on actually living their lives.

THE ACTOR: TV credits include; NTSF: SD:SUV:, Law & Order: Los Angeles, Warehouse 13, The Last Airbender - Legend Of Korra and The Big Bang Theory.

Yeun recently completed production on the film, I Origins with Michael Pitt and Brit Marling, and has also appeared in the independent film My Name is Jerry.

Maggie

played by Lauren Cohan

THE CHARACTER: Maggie, having regained her confidence from the events of last season, wants to somehow find a way to live beyond merely surviving – even when the world is telling her that nothing else matters but staying alive.

THE ACTOR: TV credits include: Supernatural, Chuck and The Vampire Diaries, Modern Family, CSI: New York and Cold Case.

Film credits include: Reach Me, alongside Sylvester Stallone, Kyra Sedgwick and Kelsey Grammar, Casanova, Van Wilder 2: The Rise Of Taj and Death Race 2.

Daryl

played by Norman Reedus

THE CHARACTER: Prior to the apocalypse, Daryl was on the same pre-destined self-destructive path as Merle. He’s wrestled with his brother's absence in Season One and tried to co-exist with him last Season. Daryl now has the opportunity to become the man he was never going to be. Who will he choose to become?

THE ACTOR: Reedus recently completed production on Pawn Shop Chronicles with Matt Dillon and Elijah Wood, Hello Herman and indie drama, Sunlight Jr., with Naomi Watts and Matt Dillon.

Film credits include: Cult movie The Boondock Saints, with Sean Patrick Flanery and Willem Dafoe; the sequel Boondock Saints 2: All Saints Day, Pandorum, Cadillac Records, Six Ways To Sunday, 8mm, Beat, Deuces Wild, Blade 2, Gossip, The Ballad Of Bettie Page, American Gangster and The Conspirator.

Carol

played by Melissa McBride

THE CHARACTER: Carol is now a confident contributing member of the community. Now a formidable fighter, Carol’s determined that no one becomes anything like the victim she used to be.

THE ACTOR: Film credits include: Lost Crossing, and The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys produced by Jodie Foster.

TV credits include: Matlock, Dawson's Creek, Walker Texas Ranger, Profiler and American Gothic; the television movies Living Proof, with Harry Connick Jr.; Pirates of Silicon Valley, with Noah Wyle; and A Season in Purgatory.

Hershel

played by Scott Wilson

THE CHARACTER: Having once disagreed with Rick’s methods and even believing walkers were afflicted with a curable disease, Hershel is now firmly entrenched with Rick and his group. His experience and heart make him a natural father figure not just to Maggie and Beth, but to all in the group.

THE ACTOR: Wilson has appeared in The Right Stuff, The Tracker, Johnny Handsome, The Gypsy Moths, Castle Keep, The Grissom Gang, The Great Gatsby, Dead Man Walking, Shiloh, Flesh and Bone, Way of the Gun, G.I. Jane, Pearl Harbor, A Year of the Quiet Sun and Our God's Brother as well as the character Sam Braun on the TV series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

He received a Golden Globe® nomination as Best Supporting Actor for Ninth Configuration and an Exemplary Achievement award from the Floating Film Festival amongst other film festival awards.

Beth

played by Emily Kinney

THE CHARACTER: Beth appreciates her place within the larger group. She is a far cry from the teenager who tried to commit suicide in Season Two. She is ready for love to find its way to her, but is she emotionally prepared?

THE ACTOR: Television credits include: The Big C, The Good Wife, Law & Order: SVU, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Unusuals, and The Game Killers.

In film, Kenny has appeared in feature film It’s Complicated, directed by Nancy Meyers, and independent film Concussion.

Michonne

played by Danai Gurira

THE CHARACTER: Michonne has struggled to feel at ease in large, or even small, groups. She has unfinished business, but which takes priority?

THE ACTOR: Film credits include: Mother of George which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival; she also starred in the multiple-award winning film The Visitor, as well as Three Backyards and Restless City.

TV credits include: Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Lie to Me, and Treme.

Tyresse

played by Chad L. Coleman

THE CHARACTER: Tyresse feels lucky to have survived relatively unscathed. Will he be able to comprehend the loss the rest of the group has endured while taking the first steps in a new relationship with Woodbury survivor Karen?

THE ACTOR: TV credits include: The Wire, I Hate My Teenage Daughter, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Lie To Me, The Good Wife, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, the TV movie, Boldly Going Nowhere and the 2007 pilot, Wifey.

Film credits include: Horrible Bosses, The Green Hornet, Brother to Brother, Carlito’s Way: Rise to Power and the independent feature Confessions of a Call Girl.

Sasha

played by Sonequa Martin-Green

THE CHARACTER: As Tyresse’s scrappy no-nonsense younger sister, she might just be the only person to help Tyresse understand what the others have endured. Her practical approach to survival is challenged by the nature of the threats she faces this season – and by the relationships that develop with the others.

THE ACTOR: TV credits include: Once Upon A Time, The Good Wife, NYC 2 and Army Wives, Gossip Girl and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

In film, Martin-Green starred in Sundance hit Toe To Toe and Yelling to the Sky.

Karen

played by Melissa Ponzio

Though Karen is reluctant to use the term "boyfriend," she helps Tyreese understand what love means in this new world.

Bob

played by Lawrence Gilliard JR.

THE CHARACTER: New to this season, Bob comes from another group and is found by Daryl. Like Michonne, he has secrets and is fighting his own demons, but will he be able to control them?

THE ACTOR: Film credits include: Straight Out Of Brooklyn, Gangs Of New York, The Machinist and The Water Boy.

TV credits include: The Wire, The Beast, CSI: NY, Law & Order, Numb3rs, Friday Night Lights, Southland, Army Wives and Longmire.

The Governor

played by David Morrissey

THE CHARACTER: The Governor has unfinished business. What can stop a man when his mind is made up? We don’t know when or how The Governor will appear this season but he remains a threat.

THE ACTOR: TV credits include; Our Mutual Friend; Clocking Off; Holding On, which earned him a prestigious RTS nomination; State of Play, a role for which he received a BAFTA nomination; and controversial drama The Deal, for which Morrissey won an RTS Award.

In 2006, audiences saw Morrissey in Viva Blackpool for which he received the Best Television Actor Award at the Arena Awards, and the series received a prestigious Golden Globe® Award nomination.

Recent television credits include Red Riding, Field of Blood and South Riding, as well as Sleepyhead and Scaredy Cat.

In film Morrissey has acted in Hilary & Jackie; Some Voices; Born Romantic; Captain Correlli’s Mandolin; Derailed; Stoned; The Reaping, ; The Waterhorse: Legend of the Deep, The Other Boleyn Girl; Centurion; and Nowhere Boy. Upcoming film releases include Welcome To The Punch and Earthbound.

Gale Anne Hurd

Executive Producer

Hurd's production career launched when she produced and co-wrote The Terminator. This success was quickly followed with Aliens, which received seven nominations and two Academy® Awards, and the Oscar®-winning films The Abyss and Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

At the helm of her production entity, Valhalla Entertainment, Hurd continually develops and produces a broad range of projects, including Marvel's smash hit The Incredible Hulk, Aeon Flux; The Punisher and The Punisher: War Zone and The Hulk. Hurd also served as executive producer of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines; Armageddon; Dante's Peak; The Relic; Dick; and the Academy® Award-winning films The Ghost And The Darkness, Alien Nation and Last Man Standing amongst many others.

Hurd has produced a number of distinguished TV movies, including HBO's Emmy nominated Sugartime, the Emmy winning Cast a Deadly Spell, The Wronged Man, Witch Hunt and the documentaries True Whispers: The Story of the Navajo Code Talkers and Choctaw Code Talkers.

Hurd has several projects in development including feature films The Nameless with Route One and Hellfest and a television series "Area 51: An Uncensored History of America's Top Secret Military Base," for AMC.

Robert Kirkman

Executive Producer and Writer

In addition to his work as a writer and executive producer on The Walking Dead, Kirkman is also a successful creator of independent comics. Kirkman created and continues to write the long-running Image Comics title The Walking Dead, on which the show is based, and the comics have been gaining popularity through the recent 100th issue. He also writes the acclaimed and equally long-running super-hero comic Invincible, and the all-ages comic Super Dinosaur.

Greg Nicotero

Co-Executive Producer and SFX Make-up Supervisor/Designer

Nicotero has been responsible for designing make-up effects sequences from initial creature design to on-set operation/2nd unit direction on over 700 film and television projects.

Last year, Nicotero received two Emmy® nominations and won (his 3rd) for Outstanding Prosthetic Make-Up for a Series for The Walking Dead. The web series Torn Apart based on The Walking Dead franchise which he co-wrote and directed, won the 2011 Writer's Guild Award for Outstanding Achievement in Writing for New Media. He is a returning director on The Walking Dead, contributing episodes in both season 2, 3 and the first episode of 4.

Recently, Nicotero was nominated for two Emmy® Awards, again for his prosthetic work on The Walking Dead and his contribution to the visual effects in Breaking Bad.

His company, The KNB EFX Group (KNB) has contributed special make-up and creature effects on such films as Dances with Wolves, The Green Mile, Sin City, Transformers, The Grey and Pulp Fiction. Prosthetics and character make-up can be seen in everything from Kill Bill, Splice, Drag Me To Hell, The Hills Have Eyes to Boogie Nights, Grindhouse, Austin Powers: Goldmember , Army of Darkness, The Man with the Iron Fists, Hitchcock and Django Unchained, Inglorious Basterds and HBO series The Pacific and Predators.

Scott Gimple

Showrunner

TV credits include: Writer on NBC's Life and Fox TV's Drive and ABC's FlashForward. Gimple co-wrote the script of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance alongside Seth Hoffman and David S. Goyer.

In 2011 Scott joined the crew of AMC's The Walking Dead as a producer and writer for Season 2. He wrote the third episode of the season, "Save the Last One", as well as the critically acclaimed seventh, "Pretty Much Dead Already", and the tenth, "18 Miles Out“.

"We are going to amp up the threat of the walkers, because they’ve started to seem like a manageable threat. They are not a manageable threat. I think we’ll have walkers who are even more ravenous than before. We’re in a world where there are fewer people and more walkers, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we saw that on-screen this season."
Gale Ann Hurd – Executive Producer

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