The Walking Dead Season 9 Trailer is Here!

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Season 9 of "The Walking Dead" premieres October 7 on AMC.

Fear the Walking Dead is executive produced by Scott M. Gimple, showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, as well as Robert Kirkman, David Alpert, Gale Ann Hurd and Greg Nicotero, and produced by AMC Studios.

Prepare to say goodbye to Rick Grimes.

Rick Grimes will soon fight his last battle.

"The Walking Dead" dropped a sneak peek of its season 9 trailer during San Diego Comic-Con. I love the people who make this show. "This has been the most extraordinary, wonderful and lovely experience of my career, made possibly largely by you guys".

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The trailer also apparently confirms The Whisperers, a major antagonist group from the comic, are coming to the show, with a zombie giving a creepy whisper at the end. He'll appear in six episodes before bowing out, but it's still unclear whether he's going to be torn to shreds by the undead or if he'll be able to ride off into the sunset - maybe with Lauren Cohan's Maggie, since Cohan also has a six-episode-and-out deal in place for this year. "I think Angela is astonishing and leading with such class, and a light deftness of touch", Lincoln said.

Yvette Nicole Brown moderated the panel and spoke to the cast and creators about what we can expect heading into the back half of season four, and after losing *gulp* some major characters.

The Walking Dead, AMC Network's current pride and joy, continues to shamble forward like the rotting corpse of an undead walker. With Rick Grimes set to leave, Norman Reedus' Daryl Dixon will become the show's new lead. The trailer is out and god forbid one character/actor sure looks like he's being written out of the script. The rest of the cast and moderator Yvette Nicole Brown remaining quite and giving the man time to address his fans.

When asked what's next for Lincoln, the actor said he's going to take a break and go home to London, England.