'The Walking Dead' Season 5 Spoilers: Rick Warns Gareth Of Dire Consequences In New Promo [VIDEO]

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By Tarun Mazumdar | August 26, 2014 11:14 PM EST

The second teaser released by AMC is exciting and it looks like you don't want to mess with Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) or his family. He and others are still stuck in the train car, tortured by evil guys, however he will still not let anyone harm his family. This new promo is all about Rick's spirit to stand up against a man like Gareth. It is will be interesting to see how Rick and company will deal with the Termites.

Warning: Spoilers Alert!

AMC released the first teaser last week. The video below is second one shared by the network. In the teaser, Rick is dragged by two men. It is likely that they are residents of Terminus or Termites. The shot has been taken from behind the fence. Is it possible that Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride) is looking at them from the outside?

Apart from Rick there are two more people dragged. The next shot shows Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun) gagged and bound.

In the background, there is a voice.

"These people are my family and if you hurt them in any way, I will kill you." It sounds like Rick Grimes threatening Gareth. Before the "The Walking Dead" Season 5 teaser video ends, there is a shot of Gareth smiling and at the same time viewers can hear the voiceover say, "I will kill you."

Earlier, Lincoln mentioned that "The Walking Dead" Season 5 premiere episode features some crazy and huge action sequence.

"I think that this first episode is the strongest, most complete episode that we've done. It's full of action, the biggest action sequence that we've ever attempted. But it's also got one of the most incredible narrative scripts, and one of the coolest after credits coda," Lincoln said.

"The Walking Dead" Season 5 premieres Sunday, October 12, 2014 on AMC.

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