The Walking Dead Season 3 Premiere “Seed” Live Recap 10/14/12

The Walking Dead Season 3  Premiere “Seed” Recap 10/14/12The Walking Dead returns to AMC tonight with its season premiere titled is titled “Seed.” Last season ended with an ominous looking prison in the distance, and in the season 3 premiere we’ll see Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) & Co. in the prison, many months later.

They jumped for many months later. “They jump forward in time,” says Lincoln. “You see we’ve hardened. We’ve become this much tighter, more brutal and self-sufficient outfit.” They’ll need to be.

Not only must they clear the jail of zombies to make it a home for still-pregnant Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) and the group, there is a new (human) enemy to deal with, too: the Governor (David Morrissey), who rules the town of Woodbury with something of a messiah complex. “He thinks of himself as a man whose time has come to save humanity,” says exec producer Gale Anne Hurd. “I don’t think he would say the zombie apocalypse was a good thing, but he’s certainly the man to help recreate civilization as he sees fit.”

Official summary of tonight’s episode: “With the world growing increasingly more dangerous and Lori’s pregnancy advancing, Rick discovers a potentially safe haven. But first he must secure the premises, pushing his group to its limit.”

Tonight’s The Walking Dead Season 3 premiere is going to be exciting, and you won’t want to miss it. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of the season 3 premiere of The Walking Dead — tonight at 9PM EST! While you wait for our recap, hit the comments and let us know how excited you are about the season premiere of Walking Dead tonight.


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