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Rick Grimes has some troubling news for his son in the following trailer for The Walking Dead Season 5.

Featuring footage of our heroes and heroines at Terminus to kick off new episodes, the video depicts serious trouble for Glenn and company, as they are bound, gagged and threatened by the rumored cannibals at this location.

We see many guns, a lot of blood and quite a few of zombies, making it little wonder that Rick passes along a simple message to Carl toward the end of the preview:

You are not safe.

Yes, the truth can hurt. But it can also safe your life.

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When The Walking Dead Season 5 premieres on AMC in a few weeks, Rick Grimes and company will need to ask themselves one simple, albeit pressing, question:

Do they want to hunt... or be hunted?

So reads the tagline on the first official poster for new episodes, which AMC just released and which features Rick holding a very large handgun.

Walking Dead Season 5 Poster

The Walking Dead will pick up on Sunday, October 12 with our heroes and heroines trapped in Terminus, likely having to fight for their lives...

... against a bunch of cannibals? That's the rumor.

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On October 12, AMC will kick off The Walking Dead Season 5, giving us a look a Rick Grimes and company at Terminus.

What sort of threats will the survivors face there? As rumored, are the residents truly cannibals? And who will die first?

These are all good questions, but let's table them for a moment to focus on what truly matters:

Following the release of the first Season 5 trailer at San Diego Comic-Con last month, a YouTuber took it upon himself to film a new version of the video. Using Legos for all the characters.

Because... why not, right?!?

Typically, a zombie apocalypse would be nothing to laugh about. But typically, we aren't seeing it through the eyes of these adorable little toys...

Need to catch up on this AMC smash prior to October? Go watch The Walking Dead online via TV Fanatic.

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AMC hit fans with two major pieces of news at today's Comic-Con panel in San Diego:

  1. The Walking Dead Season 5 will premiere on Sunday, October 12.
  2. The first trailer is here!

What will things be like for Rick Grimes and company at Terminus?

Producers have said action will pick up immediately following the events on The Walking Dead Season 4, with many fans assuming our heroes and heroines are in deep with a group of cannibals. GULP!

Check out new footage now:

"From the opening tease in the premiere onward, season 5 is without question the most ambitious and satisfying season this amazing team has ever crafted” said Charlie Collier, AMC president.

“In the zombie apocalypse, event television is alive and well, and I am proud to acknowledge that this uniquely talented writing staff, production team and cast have once again raised the bar (and the crossbow)."

Need to catch up? You can watch The Walking Dead online via TV Fanatic.

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AMC has released the first clip from The Walking Dead Season 5.

It features Carol and Tyreese on the way to Terminus with baby Judith, although their adventure quickly gets interrupted by a group of zombies.

The trio makes an understandable run for it, but someone might wanna tell them not to bother rushing over to Terminus: as fans learned to conclude The Walking Dead Season 4, things aren't exactly peaches and cream over there.

Check out this scene from the first fall episode back now:

At the end of last season, Rick, Michonne, Carl and Daryl arrived at Terminus… only to discover its inhabitants donning the possessions of the friends they haven't seen since the Governor's attack on the prison.

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The One Who Knocks is also The One Who Gets Buzzed About A Lot on Twitter.

Nielson has released a rundown of the 10 most Tweeted shows in 2013-2014, ranking programs by the number of times they were mentioned on that social media network between September 1, 2013 and May 25, 2014.

What does the list prove?

Ready to countdown the Top 10? Let's do this...

Dancing with the Stars
Did you see the latest Tango? How about that Rumba?!? Even through 18 seasons, Dancing with the Stars remains a must-Tweet event.

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Watch out, world! Uncle Jesse is out for blood! 

When a HuffPo blogger called Full House "dumb," John Stamos responded to defend the show that was his career.

Annelia Alex wrote an article titled "The Lies I Learned From Dumb TV" and listed Full House among the shows she says "distorted her expectations for reality."

(Might want to pick up the Merriam-Webster 2014 dictionary and look up the word "fiction." It's been in there for at least 20 years.)

Full House
Alternate title: Three men and three little ladies. Don't even pretend you never wished for an Uncle Jesse of your very own.

When Stamos read the article, because what else is John Stamos doing these days aside from trolling HuffPo, he responded, criticizing Alex for laying the blame for the way her life has turned out squarely on the shoulders of television.

Yeeeeeaaaahhh...pretty sure Uncle Jesse also needs to pick up a dictionary and learn the definition of the words "satire." His sense of humor was apparently lost about the same time his career began to circle the drain.

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AMC is yet to announced a premiere date for The Walking Dead Season 5.

But we know the highest-rated show on television will return with new episodes on October and now we also now that Rick Grimes will be a bloody mess on the premiere.

That's nothing new, of course, but AMC unveiled the following photo today.

It's a close-up of Andrew Lincoln's character, keeping vigilant... and very badly in need of a shower.

Rick on Season 5

The Walking Dead - whose Season 4 finale in March brought in 15.7 million viewers, 10.2 million of whom were between the advertiser-friendly ages of  18 and 49 - is currently shooting in Georgia.

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The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 16 concluded the show's fourth season in dramatic fashion, as a tour guide took the survivors (and us) inside Terminus.

The long awaited reunion of the survivors at the end of the train tracks posed as many new questions as it answered, however, and set the stage for Season 5.

Flashbacks of Rick and Carl as farmers at the prison contrasted ominously with the dark episode that was unfolding, as Rick broke bad like never before.

Seriously. What he did to those two ... wow. Just wow. Even for this show.

Titled simply "A," The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 16 was jarring at times and suspenseful throughout, from the onset to the closing moments.

Why were they ushered into the train car? And who will make it out alive?

Take your first look inside Terminus, tell us whether it's really a cannibal community and share your theories after you watch The Walking Dead online:

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The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 16 finished off the series' fourth season in dramatic fashion Sunday, with the gang trapped in a train car inside Terminus.

Whatever that is. It sure is creepy.

While it's still unclear what this mysterious location is, we have a pretty good idea after a number of clues were dropped on the Season 4 finale.

The Walking Dead spoilers ahead ...

Amid flashbacks to simpler times (watch The Walking Dead online to catch up on all past seasons) Rick, Michonne and Carl were on their way to Terminus.

Then the violent gang Daryl joined attacked them, seeking vengeance against Rick ... who ended up biting Joe's throat out with his teeth. Good times.

He then repeatedly stabbed the guy who attacked Carl, officially laying to rest the mellow, farmer Rick we once knew, or might have known again.

Breaking Bad much, Rick?

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