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The Walking Dead - Season 4 - Latest from TV Guide - 4th October 2013

Season 4 picks up a few months after the events of last March's finale. The former residents of Woodbury have been welcomed inside the prison and have even formed a governmental committee to ensure their lasting safety. But with new blood comes new risks. "There are threats from within and without, all descending upon them at the same time," says executive producer Gale Anne Hurd. "Our characters respond in different ways. Some rise to the occasion, while it brings out the worst in others."

Viewers will meet familiar faces from the Walking Dead comic books — including U.S. Army veteran Bob Stookey (Wire alum Lawrence Gilliard Jr.) — but the writers have tinkered with the storytelling structure to better serve individual characters through flashbacks and other unconventional narrative devices. The producers and actors credit the new direction to Gimple, who penned the popular Season 3 episode "Clear," which explored the psyches of Rick, Carl and Mich­onne (Danai Gurira). "Every character has a ­beginning, middle and end, and we service those stories," says executive producer and special-makeup-effects supervisor Greg Nicotero. "There are little mini arcs among some of the bigger story arcs, so everything has its place and all the pieces fit together."

"It's not as kinetic or action packed — it's a much quieter season and very much more about the character development," Lincoln says. "Don't get me wrong: We've still got some insane action sequences, but they're being driven a lot more by story."

The prison — with gardens, stables and a slew of new booby traps to keep out walkers — remains the home base for most players, but Mich­onne, who previously traveled with two leashed zombie companions, now embarks on missions atop a new equine sidekick. "The horse is a great new pet — a prettier one — so she can go on her business trips, but she can always come back home," Gurira says. "But she does have some unfinished business that she needs to confront."

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