'The Walking Dead' Season 4 Tiny Sneak Peek: Daryl Dixon and Beth Greene Run and Duck for Cover (VIDEO)

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By Tarun Mazumdar | January 3, 2014 10:02 AM EST

AMC finally released new teasers for "The Walking Dead" fans. These tiny footages for "TWD" season 4's second-half episodes were shared during the New Year's marathon.

In one of the sneak peeks, Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) are seen running through a field. Later they duck for cover. In the next cut, they are filmed from above and shown almost sleeping on the field.

There are different possibilities as to why they ducked for cover. Are they hiding from a herd of walkers or people?

It is no surprise that they seen are together in this footage. In "The Walking Dead" season 4 episode 8, "Too Far Gone," they left the prison together.

Recently, Comicbook.com shared spoiler rumours, including that "The Walking Dead" season 4's second half will have at least one Daryl Dixon-heavy episode. It is likely that this tiny sneak peek is from that particular episode.

We know that "TWD" season 4 episode 9 is a Carl Grimes-centric one. In episode 9, we will also see Rick Grimes who is devastated after the bloody events at the prison. The prison war took a heavy toll on Rick Grimes. Moreover, he doesn't know if baby Judith is dead or alive. In "The Walking Dead" season 4 mid-season finale, Rick and Carl Grimes saw baby Judith missing, and her seat was bloody. It is possible that someone took her away. Maybe, Michonne. What do you think?

"The Walking Dead" season 4 episode 10 will feature not one or two but four different storylines. Also, "some of the oddest couplings of group you've seen" on "The Walking Dead."

Episode 10 might also introduce three new characters - Rosita Espinosa (Christian Serratos), Sgt. Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) and Dr. Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt).

Comicbook.com also mentioned about a major death in the second half of "The Walking Dead" season 4.

Check out the Daryl Dixon and Beth Greene clip below.

Credit: YouTube/Daryl Asskicker

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