The Walking Dead Season 4 Part 2 premiere takes place on Sunday and fans will finally be able to see what happens following the cliff-hanger at the end of Part 1 weeks back. The mid-season premiere will be on TV tonight on the AMC network at 9 p.m. ET, and can be watched online through free live stream (details below).
AMC will also be showing repeats of tonight's episode at 11 p.m., 12.30 p.m. and 3 a.m. ET, giving fans ample opportunity to see the latest dramatic developments.
Tonight's episode has been titled "After" and fans of the show will be desperate to find out what happened to baby Judith. Fans will remember that last time there was a raid on the prison, leaving the group shattered. However, fans were left not knowing what happened to baby Judith after being shown just the image of her car seat covered in blood.
However, despite baby Judith being on everyone's minds, Walking Dead series creator, Robert Kirkman, has indicated that fans may not get to find out what happened to her in the Part 2 premiere.
Kirkman told Hollywood Reporter, "It will be resolved with absolute certainty but it's an unknown that's out there. Revealing when it will be resolved would be somewhat of a spoiler. There will be answers, but I don't know if they're going to come necessarily soon."
Following the prison raid the group is now scattered with everyone going in different directions to seek safety. Indeed, Kirkman has also revealed that through Season 4 Part 2 the series will sometimes focus entire episodes on individual characters rather than the group as a whole, meaning it is likely that the group will be separated somewhat for some time.
Kirkman said, "There's no set formula. The format of every episode is going to be very different so you never really know what kind of episode you're going to get. It's somewhat experimental, but it's going to be a cool way to dive deep into who these characters are and what's going on with them."
He added, "There will be episodes that focus exclusively on one group or a set of individuals; there will be episodes that check in on multiple groups by varying degrees; and there will be episodes that check in on everybody. It's going to be a good mix of different kinds of storytelling."
The Walking Dead Season 4 Part 2 premiere "After" can be watched on TV on the AMC network at 9 p.m. ET. The episode will be available on the AMC website following its airing on TV. Alternatively the episode can also be watched online through free live stream by clicking here.