To say that The Walking Dead's Andrea is stuck between a rock and a hard place would be an understatement. After Rick's camp considered their friend dead in the zombie attack on Hershel's barn, Andrea will return to see what's left of her former group for the first time during Sunday's episode.
During Sunday's "Home" episode, Rick continued to see visions of Lori (hello again, Sarah Wayne Callies,all dressed in white) while a charged Glenn attempted to take the fight with the Governor into his own hands.
AMC's The Walking Dead returned from its two-month winter hiatus -- which featured a fourth-season renewal and the departure of showrunner Glen Mazzara -- on Sunday, where it scored a series best in total viewers.
Season three's midseason premiere collected 12.3 million total viewers in its initial broadcast at 9 p.m., more than the 10.9 million who tuned in to the season three opener. The total viewer record is up 5 percent over season two's midseason bow.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Sunday's "The Suicide King" episode of The Walking Dead.]
The Walking Dead returned from its winter hiatus Sunday with brothers Daryl and Merle Dixon facing off in the Governor's twisted arena as he pitted the duo against one another as he sought retribution for Merle's lie about Michonne's death.
It's Daryl vs. Merle in a fight to the death when AMC's The Walking Dead returns Sunday.
When the zombie drama returns from its winter hiatus, no time will have passed and the action will pick up with the Dixon brothers facing off in the Governor's (David Morrissey) arena after Rick and company attacked Woodbury.
When The Walking Dead ended the first half of its third season last year, brothers Daryl and Merle were about to go head-to-head and entertain the residents of Woodbury after Rick and company crashed the community to rescue Glenn and Maggie, leaving the Governor without an eye -- and really pissed off.
The drama on AMC's The Walking Dead isn't just the action-packed battle between Rick and the Governor.
When the zombie drama picks up for the back-half of its third season on Sunday, new cast member Sonequa Martin-Green's Sasha -- Tyreese's sister -- learns the hard way that the prison's resident "Little Ass Kicker" had a tragic arrival.