‘Walking Dead’ Season 3 Premiere Trailers & Poster – Fear The Living

Published 3 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 11:58 am,

The fall television premiere season is about to begin, and The Walking Dead season 3 keeps making sure that it’s not lost in the crowd. Releasing three new trailers – along with a new poster – it’s time for fans of the series to become familiar with the new rule for survival: “Fight the dead. Fear the living.”

The three new trailers, giving a different glimpse of the new prison setting, helps to set the tone of what audiences can expect to see when The Walking Dead makes its return on October 14. No longer will Rick and Co. have to simply worry about the undead, as the prison setting will reveal that, in this place, humans are much more terrifying.

In the first trailer (above), we see zombified prisoners walking within the prison confines, trapped within the fences. Even though nobody is in danger (yet – see trailer 3), there’s more undead dangers waiting within the prison itself – something that the second trailer (below) reveals. Moving in to the prison itself, Rick & Co. make their way through the darkened halls, where you can hear the undead everywhere. As the trailer comes to an end, we see our first glimpse of a battle moments away from occurring.

Unfortunately, as with any confrontation, not everyone can make it out alive, and the third trailer (below) shows exactly what can happen. Looking back at The Walking Dead season 2, this trailer reminisces on a brutal attack by a walker, who then proceeds to tear him open while still alive. After all this, can there still be something more dangerous – and alive – than zombies? Absolutely – and his name is The Governor. Only hinting at the dangers that the living can do, the new promotional image for The Walking Dead season 3 shows Rick on-guard, pointing his gun at something… or someone (scroll down).

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Even now, the role of The Governor has still remained somewhat hidden. Though there have been hints here and there, only fans of the comic series know exactly how dangerous a single man can be – and exactly how much it will impact the current group of survivors.

Season 3 will essentially be tonally different from what audiences have seen previously and it’ll be interesting to see how viewers react to the events to come. Since The Walking Dead season 1 and 2 largely fits within what one expects to see from people fending off zombies in any medium, the shift in tone, escalation of devastation, and cringe-worthy moments that will be included in The Walking Dead season 3 and 4, may prove to be too much for some viewers.

You can check out the promotional image and trailers below:

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The Walking Dead season 3 premieres October 14 on AMC

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  1. That poster looks bad ass

  2. Anthony, where can I buy this poster??

  3. Is it just a clip from last season, or am I crazy?

    • Sorry!!!!!

      Can someone edit that post to have a spoiler warning or something. I am soooo sorry.

  4. If Micchone is like anything from the graphic novel ohhhhh boy

  5. The third trailer is from season two. That’s when Dale got blindsided by the walker and was killed (well eaten before the group put him down at his own request)

    • Can’t believe it slipped my mind. I edited the article accordingly.

      • Would really like to know where to buy that poster. Thanks!

  6. Wa
    s it season 1 or 2 when the little girl that they were looking for came out as a walker out of the barn

    • Mid-season 2 finale

    • It was at the end of season 1.

  7. I am loving the poster.

  8. Please don’t stick with the comics….I got to the prison and had to stop for a while because I found myself hoping they all became zombies…..What a bunch of whiney turds in the books……I hope they have much better writting than that and continue to just use the basic ideas from the books….Good concept but not so good books…

  9. I love this show I thought it was on to day dam I can’t wait

  10. The poster is awesome. On top of the vehicle with his gun drawn makes for a cool print.

  11. Why r yall not showin on Dish network Im so pissed that our favofavorite show on Sunday’s ugh so upset can you please do something about this.

    • I asked Dish the same thing…they said it was because AMC wanted too much money to use their channel. Dish said that even though it was a movie channel it ran commercials so it wouldn’t pay that much…That they only pay a lot of money to movie channels like HBO, Showtime, Max, and such that don’t run commercials. The note indicated that AMC was removed forever……I’ve been considering switching to Cable for faster DSL….I think this might have made my mind up

  12. Great series, the best I have seen so far. I hope God allows me to live long enough to complete the series. Thanx guys

  13. @Kenneth why would u say that? Are you sick or something? I hope you live long enough too, TWD is totally worth living for.

  14. well,, maybe I think the final ending of walking dead was already shown
    in the very first scene of the first season in which rick was hanging about a place full of broken cars,found a little girl with a doll
    in her hand and shot her in the head.
    rick is the only one immune to zombie virus.
    maybe he would use his blood to prevent remaining people,not walkers,
    from turing into walkers by making some drugs using his blood.
    whether or not he would meet some doctors to help him make the drugs
    is not sure. I’ve never read the original comic book. this is just my
    speculation. Is this possible? I’m not sure, but I heard this show is
    not the same as comic books. so, I could guess like this.