The Walking Dead Teases Season 9 Trailer Dropping Tomorrow
This short clip will have to hold you over until then.
By Chris Morse
San Diego Comic-Con is underway and with it comes a ton of horror and geek news, ranging from movies and television shows to video games and comics. One such franchise we are looking forward to seeing more of this weekend is The Walking Dead. With season 9 rapidly approaching and reports making their rounds about Andrew Lincoln and Lauren Cohan’s future with the series, AMC has had their lips sealed regarding what fans can expect when the show returns this fall.
What we do know is that we are getting a full season 9 trailer tomorrow, as announced by the official Walking Dead social media accounts earlier today. With that announcement came a short teaser, showing just under 30 seconds of footage from the upcoming season. It’s not much to go off of just yet, but we’ll happily take this preview of a preview to hold us over. It is Comic-Con, after all, so it certainly comes with the territory.
We’ll have more coverage on The Walking Dead tomorrow as SDCC continues. Hopefully by then we will have a better idea of what the future of the series looks like in the midst of all the speculation. Keep an eye on Dead Entertainment over the next few days for all the latest out of Comic-Con.
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