'The Walking Dead' Season 3 spoilers: Watch 'Darkness,' 'Shivers' and 'Resurrection' teasers now

Ready to whet your appetite for more of "The Walking Dead"? AMC aired three new teasers for Season 3 of the zombie apocalypse drama during the "Breaking Bad" summer finale Sunday night (Sept. 3): "Darkness," "Shivers" and "Resurrection." In "Darkness," Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) leads his rapidly dwindling group of survivors through a dark prison -- his new lieutenant (RIP Shane!), Daryl (Norman Reedus), right behind him with his trusty crossbow. Of course they encounter a group of zombie inmates -- and a new definition of "life in prison." Hershel Walker (Scott Wilson) provides the voiceover for the brief "Resurrection," set outside in the prison yard: "Christ promised a resurrection of the dead...I just thought he had something different in mind," he drawls over footage of another group of undead inmates struggling to break through a fence. The spooky final teaser, "Shivers," recalls Dale's (RIP!) gruesome death back at Hershel's farm, when a walker provoked...

'The Walking Dead' Season 3 Teaser: A Different Kind of Resurrection

The new sneak peek gives a look at the walkers that are awaiting Rick and other survivors behind the fence of the prison.

The Walking Dead Season 3 Teaser: A New Rick Is Coming Out of the Closet

Remember, this is not a democracy! A "Ricktatorship" is coming to The Walking Dead on Season 3, which starts October 14 on AMC. A ridiculously brief new teaser video was just released, showing Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) in some house, holding a flashlight, opening a door in a closet. What's behind the door? Maybe some fresh towels or — gasp! — dirty socks? Or walkers? Or someone hiding? The video is not going to tell you. It's only 10 seconds long and half of it is interrupted...

'Walking Dead': Preview the 'Resurrection' That Awaits the Survivors at the Prison (Exclusive Video)

First seen at the end of Season 2, the group will have their hands full if they plan on making the penitentiary their new home.

The Walking Dead Season 3 Spoiler: Will a Series Regular Die?

Here’s what we know for sure: Life in the post-zombie apocalypse world is terrifying and dangerous, and The Walking Dead is not averse to killing off main characters. Last season both Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) and Shane (Jon Bernthal) met their gruesome ends, and this season promises to bring more shocking — and gratuitously gory — deaths.

The Walking Dead's Hershel Arrested for DUI

The Walking Dead 's 70-year-old Scott Wilson — who portrays the good farmer Hershel, a former alcoholic — was arrested for drunk driving in Georgia, where the series had been filming. Notable details from the report include that "Wilson said he’d been drinking scotch and wine at a restaurant" and "Wilson was swaying and asked to do yoga poses instead of a field sobriety test." Apparently yoga isn't much help when facing a DUI, or zombies for that matter.

The Walking Dead Season 3 Casting News

Another character is being added to  The Walking Dead  and this time it is one that doesn't feature in Robert Kirkman's comic series. One much talked about character from The Walking Dead  universe will be introduced in Season 3; David Morrissey will be playing The Governor, a character whose title alone sounds incredibly imposing and the new addition will play a vital role to The Governor. Read more...

Dallas Roberts to Play "Details Guy" on The Walking Dead

Dallas Roberts has been cast on The Walking Dead Season 3 . The former Rubicon star and recurring player on The Good Wife will come on board the AMC drama as an original character named Milton, someone created solely for the television show. Milton will be a member of the Governor-ruled community of Woodbury. Read More...

Exclusive: Check Out a Deleted Scene from The Walking Dead Season 2 DVD

The Walking Dead nearly started off Season 2 on a very different note. Instead of finding Rick ( Andrew Lincoln ) & Co. on the highway, the second season of the critically acclaimed AMC series almost picked up right after the explosion at the Centers for Disease Control — this according to showrunner Glen Mazzara , who dishes on the lost storyline on the show's upcoming Season 2 DVD and Blu-ray.  In a deleted scene from the Season 2 premiere, the group has...

Is The Walking Dead: The Movie in the works? [Walking Dead]

Rumor now has it that AMC wants to make a movie version of Robert Kirkman's comic. They've already got a very successful television series — we can easily see how this zombie show could spark a two-hour, extra-gory flick. Bloody Disgusting reports that AMC is pursuing a Walking Dead movie, and points out that the first pitch for a Walking Dead screen adaptation was cinematic.