New trailer gives clue about Carol death in #TheWalkingDead

THE WALKING DEAD season 10 is taking a mid-season break and a new trailer has been released. Fans of the AMC series are worried one favourite character may die in the next episode.

PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 20:00, Mon, Feb 17, 2020

The second half of The Walking Dead series 10 is due to air on AMC on February 23. AMC has released a new teaser trailer which shows Carol (played by Melissa McBride) looking very distressed. Could this be the end for the fan-favourite after so many years on the hit zombie horror show?

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Fans have been waiting in anticipation for the next episode of The Walking Dead.

The network has released a short trailer for the second half of the series.

In the trailer long-standing survivor Carol can be seen on her own crying.

Fans fear her life may come to an end in the second half of the series.

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The Walking Dead: Carol, Daryl and AlphaThe Walking Dead: Will Carol die (Image: Image.net/AMC)

The Walking Dead: Survivor CarolThe Walking Dead: Carol in the forest (Image: Image.net)

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The short clip mainly focuses on Alpha (Samantha Morton) Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Carol.

Carol is speaking to Daryl in the cave they have been trapped in and she says: “I don’t want to just kill Alpha, I want to hurt her.”

Carol is then seen brandishing a bow and arrow, but later on in the clip she is seen back in the cave screaming.

Fans think as she takes a prominent role in the clip, something important may happen to her.

The Walking Dead: Daryl and Carol in the caveThe Walking Dead: Carol talking to Daryl (Image: AMC)

The Walking Dead: Alpha in the woodsThe Walking Dead: Alpha is the enemy (Image: AMC)

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