The second half of The Walking Dead season 4 will premiere this Sunday night at 9 PM.
Leading up to the premiere, AMC is showing a marathon that includes the first half of season 4.
The marathon began on Super Bowl Sunday with the first two seasons of The Walking Dead.
It picked up again today at 1 PM ET with the beginning of season 3. Season 3 goes straight through until approximately 5:30 AM Sunday.
At this point in the marathon, AMC rebroadcasts the second half of season 3.
At 12:55 PM on Sunday, the marathon shifts into the beginning of season 4.
The marathon continues with the first half of season 4 right up to the premiere of the second half of season 4 at 9 PM.
Interviews and behind-the-scenes specials are mixed into the marathon in-between shows.
AMC also has the first half of season 4 available streaming through their site here – but only for the next two days. They do limit availability to subscribers of AT&T U-verse, Charter, Bright House, Comcast Xfinity, Cox, Optimum, Time Warner, Verizon FiOS, and WOW.
AMC also has The Walking Dead webisodes available through their site with no subscription required.
Seasons 1 through 3 are also available on Netflix, which offers a free one-month subscription to new subscribers.
The last show before the break left us in shock and sadness, and with quite a cliffhanger.
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