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Want to know what's going to happen when The Walking Dead returns for Season 3.5? Lots of people are going to die horrible and brutal deaths.

Emmy-winning VFX designer and co-producer Greg Nicotero talked to THR recently to reveal that the the body count is set to rise when the show returns. He said:

We've established a certain scenario on our show where nobody is safe -- and certainly in the back-half of our season, it doesn't get easy for anybody. We have the whole Woodbury community with the Governor (David Morrissey) and our principal cast. We'll probably end our season minus a castmember or two.

Nice. From what we've seen from the promo trailers for the upcoming season, I think a lot of the bloodshed is going to occur at the hands of the Governor and the war that is looming between the people of Woodbury and the survivors at the prison.

Nicotero added:

[The fight] moves around a lot. It's very possible there might be another attack on Woodbury. The beauty is you're not confined to one location, even though we spend a lot of our season at Woodbury or the prison. The bottom line is that we've established the conflict between the Governor and Rick, and we'll explore that a lot more in the second half.

After the shocking deaths of Lori and T-Dog in the first half of Season 3, there's no knowing who might be next to bite the dust. Hershel could be at risk due to the fact he only has one leg, while Carol has come close to beingg zombie lunch on a few occasions. Could her luck finally run out?

The Walking Dead returns February 10th, 9/8c on AMC.

OK guys, the big question. Who do you think is going to die in Season 3.5? Drop your suggestions in the comments section below.


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