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Walking Dead Season 4 SpoilersThe Walking Dead doesn’t return until this fall, but the team behind the gory AMC hit is already hard at work in the following Season 4 sneak peek.

The premiere will be penned by new showrunner Scott Gimple and directed by VFX mastermind Greg Nicotero, who promises “some great character turns and a lot of really good twists that will really delight the fans.”

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The season opener is “bigger than any script we’ve ever done before,” he adds.

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American Horror Story: Coven may get a companion series. FX Networks CEO John Landgraf tells The Hollywood Reporter that “there’s a decent possibility” that the upcoming installment of AHS will feature a corresponding chatfest. However, unlike AMC’s The Talking Dead, Coven‘s companion show might run online instead of on TV.

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