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THE WALKING DEAD: Season 6, Episode 5: Now: Trailer & Clip [AMC]

Ross Marquand The Walking Dead Now

AMC’s The Walking Dead Now TV show trailer clip. Reality sets in for Alexandria, after a fatal dose – the world outside style – leaves the town folk somewhat divided as to how far they must go, themselves, in dealing with the too far gone.

Taking the lead, in advocating getting callused real quick, is Jessie (Alexandra Breckenridge). Appropriate, considering that she was closest to the man howling at the moon about it. Her son, Ron (Austin Abrams), however, looks to remain a placeholder for where his father left off; making as much trouble for Carl (Chandler Riggs) as his dad did for Rick (Andrew Lincoln). If Carl has to teach him all-the-way, like-father-like-son style, hey – I’m kinda all for that.

Elsewhere, Deanna (Tovah Feldshuh) has a long, hard look at the town she & her husband had built, and what has since become of it. She also gets a piece of the troubling news, coming out of one particular returning party, before another sudden sounding grabs her attention. No doubt, that bad news will have something to do with Maggie (Lauren Cohan) setting off, on a mission Aaron (Ross Marquand) has zero chance of keeping her from.

‘Now’ also stars Norman ReedusDanai Gurira, Michael CudlitzSonequa Martin-Green, Josh McDermittAlanna MastersonChristian Serratos, Jason DouglasCorey HawkinsMerritt Wever, Austin Nichols, and Katelyn Nacon. It airs Sunday, Nov. 08, at 9:00pm EST, on AMC.

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Source: SpoilerTV


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