Entertainment Weekly ’ gives us a preview of the next issue of his magazine, with a first look at season 6 The Walking Dead – will premiere October 11 ’ – accompanied by a cover sheet that reminds one of the best moment of Carol of the latest episodes.
Interviews with Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln confirm what intuition from trailer presented at the Comic Con in relation to difficulties of living inside the walls of Alexandria. While the interpreter ’ Daryl Dixon speaks of "a lot of internal conflict. (...) ’ there's a lot of mistrust ", as Sheriff Grimes points out that this climate of hostility is reinforced by internal words used by his character, Recalling a conversation with showrunner Scott M. Gimple “«You know I say them and they, and us and we a lot.» He said «That’s your journey from them to us»”. Put the inhabitants of Alexandria in the face of harsh reality is not enough then to Rick to earn the community leadership or their trust; the separation between the two groups is still clear and the new Morgan will be at the forefront in complicating the Sheriff's path. The mentally unstable Morgan of season three now leaves the place for a calm and serene man, convinced that "All life is precious"; wonder how much change is legitimate and his interpreter Lennie James assures that there will be answers.
In addition to Morgan's past, There will be flashback about Alexandria, but showrunner Gimple informs that touch more characters that the origins of the town.
EW He also recently published the first pictures of the new characters coming in this season: Dr. Denise Cloyd (Merritt Wever), Carter (Ethan Embry) and Heath (Corey Hawkins).