The season three premiere of “The Walking Dead” is just two weeks away and we’ve got the first seven episode titles of the season. As in past seasons, the episode titles can offer clues about what’s going to happen, and that means fans can get with the wild speculating already.
Here are the titles of the first seven episodes in season three of “The Walking Dead”:
- Episode 1 – “Seed”
- Episode 2 – “Sick”
- Episode 3 – “Walk with Me”
- Episode 4 – “Killer Within”
- Episode 5 – “Say the Word”
- Episode 6 – “Hounded”
- Episode 7 – “When the Dead Come Knocking”
Here’s the description for episode one, “Seed”: “With the world growing increasingly more dangerous and Lori’s pregnancy advancing, Rick discovers a potentially safe haven. But first he must secure the premises, pushing his group to its limit.”
Like last year, season three will take a mid-run break during the winter and return in February with the final episodes of the season. This season will number sixteen episodes, as opposed to last year’s thirteen and the first season’s measly six episodes. With any luck, season four (when and if the series is renewed) will be up to a full twenty-two episodes long.
We are the walking dead: “The Walking Dead” will return to AMC for season three on Sunday, October 14, 2012. Until then, bide your time by re-watching the first two seasons and reading the original comic books by Robert Kirkman. Here’s all you need to know before season three begins.
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