‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 Spoilers: New International Promo Confirms Baby Judith’s Fate

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By Tarun Mazumdar | February 13, 2014 9:20 PM EST

After the mid-season finale episode of "The Walking Dead" season 4, fans have been worried about baby Judith's fate. Rick and Carl Grimes discovered Judith's car seat covered in blood in episode 8 of the show. It was one of the most emotional sequences of the episode, not only for the characters but also for the viewers. A new international TV spot turned out to be a major spoiler concerning baby Judith's fate.

Robert Kirkman and Gale Anne Hurd have not opened up about whether baby Judith lives or dies on "The Walking Dead." However, a new international promo points out that baby Judith might be alive (only if it is not a flashback sequence). Check out the international TV spot for "The Walking Dead" season 4. The quality of the video is poor as it was captured from a screen using a cell phone.

This promo shows baby Judith with Tyreese. In the past, numerous Web sites and fans speculated that Tyreese might have baby Judith. He is taking care of the baby until he meets Rick and Carl Grimes.

Meanwhile, other promos and sneak peeks of "The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 10 showcase many characters. Episode 10 titled "Inmates" feature Daryl Dixon, Beth Greene, Tara, Glenn Rhee, Maggie Greene, Sasha, Bob, Stookey and Tyreese. "The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 9 focused only on Michonne, Rick and Carl Grimes. However, the new one has four different storylines.

Also, Tara is back, and she is with Glenn in episode 10. She asks Glenn how he knows that Maggie is dead. He states that he doesn't. Maggie is on the prison bus, and she is crying, probably thinking that Glenn is dead. Glenn doesn't know what happened to Hershel in the prison. Does he know about Tara and her role in the prison war?

"The Walking Dead" season 4 airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on AMC. 

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