The idea gives an exciting first look at Carol Peletier (played by Melissa McBride) and Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) helpless together after a season spent almost entirely apart.
The mate can be seen back in their trademark positions — Carol looks quick for action in her Kingdom battle gear after a troubled season fagged out hiding from death, and Daryl sits atop his beloved motorbike.
It is unclear unerringly what they are watching in the distance with quizzical expressions, and whether or not it is a danger, but fans will be happy to see their affectionately-named «Caryl» together previously more.
Season eight of the AMC series is set to explode onto television boxes after last year’s shocking finale saw three communities — Alexandria, The Hilltop, and the Realm — coming together to send powerful villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) contest off with his tail between his legs.
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It was exciting to see all these configurations of characters we hadn’t seen before
Showrunner Scott M. Gimple also had some tidbits of intelligence to tide over viewers, as well as promising that season eight commitment build on last year’s gruesome and powerful finale that saw each coming together to beat back the baseball bat-swinging leader of The Saviors.
“The condition finale last year, seeing all the characters together interacting as one, was arousing,» he teased.
«It was exciting to see all these configurations of characters we hadn’t seen ahead. Even Aaron merely giving Jerry an apple felt gratifying.”
The producer continued to build up the buzz surrounding the already highly-anticipated premiere of the series’ eighth junket after the events of last year, when he said: “This is that times a million.
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«Though it would be cool if the season began with upstanding everybody giving each other apples. I’d be down with that. But it’s not that,” he advised Entertainment Weekly.
One actor who has spoken out after his character’s shocking depart last season is Steven Yeun, who played Glenn Rhee.
The be featured revealed that he doesn’t think loveable Glenn was appreciated by the contrast c embarrass, and that people were only starting to notice how much the mark resonates with viewers when he was killed off, in possibly the most bestial scene the show has ever done.
He said: «I loved being on that put to shame. Internally, it was incredible. Externally, it was tough sometimes because I never seem to be like he got his fair due. I never felt like he got it from an outward comprehension.
«I don’t say this as a knock on anything. He always had to be part of something else to legitimise himself. He was scarcely ever alone. And when he was alone, it took several years to convince individual to be on his own,» he continued in an interview with Variety.