Published On: Wed, Jan 9th, 2013

New ‘Walking Dead’ poster teases Governor showdown as New photos sneak Super Bowl ad

The teaser trailer stoked the fires fans have for “The Walking Dead,” the hottest show on television. Now a new poster released Wednesday promotes a showdown between Rick and The Governor.

Norman Reedus revealed some behind-the-scenes photos of the anticipated Super Bowl commercial (costing about $4 million). (See Below)

Season three will continue with episode nine: “The Suicide King,” picking up where the series left off at the mid-season finale; Daryl and Merle are standing in the fighting ring at Woodberry, the supposedly civilized community, with its citizens cheering for the two to be executed. The sneak preview shows a quick glimpse of the Governer’s apathy towards the two men’s lives.

Andrea pleads with the Woodberry leader, but he has no compassion for her. She explains that Daryl is a friend of hers, “It’s not up to me anymore,” he replies,” the people have spoken.”

Daryl Dixon Norman Reedus Walking Dead super bowl ad pic

Season three of The Walking Dead continues on February 10th.

Here’s AMC’s synopsis for the second half of the third season:

With his group in tatters, his sanity in question, and his own son questioning his every move, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) must somehow pull everyone together to face their greatest challenge — the Governor (David Morrissey).  In order to survive, he must risk everything, including the group’s very humanity.


The Walking Dead season 3 winter return teaser poster Rick vs Governor

Glen and Zombie on ground Walking Dead super bowl ad

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  1. Mark says:

    Thanks for sharing these photos about The Walking Dead; I always like see more about the show before the midseason premiere. It’s going to be an insane second half, and as some of my DISH coworkers pointed out, it could be a costly one for Rick. I just started working nights, but I’m going to keep up with new episodes since I set timers for them on my DISH Hopper. I like to watch episodes of the Walking Dead whenever I want, and I can do that because my DVR holds up to 2,000 hours of entertainment.

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