AMC released a shocking new promo teaser for the second part of "The Walking Dead" that shows Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) desperately yelling at his father, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) to wake up. Of course, the clip ends before fans learn the fate of Rick but it definitely brings up the question: Is Rick going to die?
The show is always full of twists and turns but Rick has been a major character from the very first episode of the show so it'll be heartbreaking if something happened to him. Recently, Comicbook.com ran a story claiming that one of the main characters from "The Walking Dead" was going to die this season.
Their source didn't reveal which character would be killed but said that it would be "one of the main characters who was not killed in the comic book series." At first there was some speculation that it would be Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus), who wasn't in the comic book series.
There are a number of people the source could be referring to including Rick, who didn't die in the comic books. This is all speculation of course; fans will have to wait until the show returns in February to see what happens.
Since the show took a short hiatus in December a number of other spoilers have been revealed. According to Comicbook.com, Daryl will have at least one - maybe two - episodes that focus on him. Carl will also have his own standalone episode.
"[Carl] does something this season... Man," Andrew Lincoln told TV Line. "Episode 9 is his episode. It's so cool."
"Just wait, all I will say is just wait for what this kid [Candler Riggs] is going to do this season," Lincoln told Comicbook.com. "He I think has done one of the best episodes certainly this season, and he kind of carries it. It's beautiful what he's done."
It was also revealed that Carol, who Rick kicked out of the group, will appear in the second half. It's been rumored that she will meet up with Tyreese, who still doesn't know she killed Karen and David. We're guessing that the second half is going to be full of surprises.
"The Walking Dead" returns Feb. 9 on AMC.