The Walking Dead Season 6 Trailer Is Straight-Up Terrifying

It's a big day at Comic-Con. Fans have camped out for days just to see AMC release the highly anticipated trailer for season 6 of The Walking Dead. And man, was it worth it.

The forthcoming season looks like it's filled with a lot of tough choices. And it looks like Rick is finally losing it. The crew are still in the (relatively) safe community in Alexandria. Though it appears the town gets rocked by an onslaught of zombies, which many are unprepared to fight.

Maybe that's why Rick is having trouble keeping it together. "I don't take chances anymore," he tells Morgan, who's reunited with our leader after saving his life. "Maybe you should," Morgan responds.

In addition to the emotional turmoil and uncertainty we'll all undoubtedly face, one thing remains constant: There's still plenty of zombie bashing to be done. And perhaps the most prominent question now isn't whether our crew will ever know peace, but whether this will be the end of Rick Grimes.

Season 6 of The Walking Dead premieres October 11. Check out the trailer below.
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And, for those of us who can't wait until October, you can always check out Fear the Walking Dead, premiering August 23.


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