The Walking Dead Season 4 Second Half Spoilers: Brand New Sneak Peeks Air During Marathon (VIDEOS)

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By Tarun Mazumdar | January 2, 2014 7:25 PM EST

Feb 9, 2014 is still far away right now, but AMC is trying its best to tease us with "The Walking Dead" season 4 second half promos and more. Earlier, AMC released one promo and sneak peek for the second half of season 4. Now, it is airing a complete series marathon and also giving viewers these tiny clips that appear to be sequences from the second half of the current season.

The star of the first clip was Glenn Rhee. In the clip, he wakes up at the edge of a walker pit. There has been a sudden rise in the zombie population. In the promo released earlier, Glenn was seen holding up a light in the dark. The promo also showed people jumping off the prison bus. It is likely that something happened in the bus that led to people jumping out and Glenn (he was already sick) ends up passed out with the gun featured in the video. Check out the video.

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The second sneak peek featured Carl Grimes. It looks like this sneak peek points towards the Carl-centric episode 9 of "The Walking Dead" season 4. This particular episode is close to the comics' storyline. In the comics, Rick and Carl Grimes take shelter in a nearby house and the latter has to be the boss as Rick is in a terrible state after the prison war. He was last seen limping after the bloody fight with the Governor; also he was stunned by the alleged death of baby Judith.

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In the other video, Daryl Dixon and Beth Greene were seen running through a field. Soon, they were seen ducking for cover. Are they hiding from the walkers or a new enemy?

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These tiny sneak peeks, certainly, are exciting.

Are you ready for "The Walking Dead?"

"The Walking Dead" season 4 episode 9 airs February 9, 2014 on AMC.

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