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THE WALKING DEAD: Season 6, Episode 12: Not Tomorrow Yet: Trailer & Clip [AMC]

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AMC’s The Walking Dead Not Tomorrow Yet TV show trailer & clip. The Next World, for Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) & his Alexandrians, turned out to be a lot bigger than any of them realized; but the more things change….

Jesus (Tom Payne) turned out to be on a mission for good, after all; but he’s no savior. No, in the now expanded Walker World, Saviors are an entirely different animal – the kind that Rick has gotten kind of used to putting down. The trick, however, won’t be in Rick’s making a case for Alexandria to join this World-in-progress by preemptively neutralizing the Saviors; but in actually doing the deed. We know that, but it’s not clear that Rick does.

Between the trailer, which show something of a plan in motion, and the clip, which focuses on Rick making his case, Morgan (Lennie James) clearly stands opposed to going to war – we just never get to hear him speak his piece.

The first casualty, once enemy contact is made, is usually the plan, itself. It may be sound reason & planning, today, if Alexandria is going to have a secure tomorrow; but until they actually pull off this coup, it’s just not tomorrow, yet.

‘Not Tomorrow Yet’ also stars Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride,  Danai Gurira, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Michael Cudlitz, Sonequa Martin-Green, Josh McDermitt, Alanna Masterson, Christian Serratos, Austin Nichols, Seth Gilliam, Jason Douglas, and Ross Marquand. It airs Sunday, Mar. 6, at 9:00pm EST, on AMC.

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