Watch The Walking Dead Online Season 4 Episode 412

AMC’s The Walking Dead Season 4 has frankly given the shaft to Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) fans since the midseason premiere following the brutal dismantling of Rick’s ill-fated faux prison utopia. Daryl and Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) will come out of the woodwork and take center stage tonight when we watch The Walking Dead Episode 412 ‘Still’ online streaming shortly after it premieres live on TV. It’s the next best thing to watching The Walking Dead online free live streaming. The Walking Dead spoilers for previous episodes follow from here forward.

Since the prison gang was broken up by the Governor’s attack, Daryl and Beth have only appeared in one of the three past episodes. Fans are anxious for Daryl to get more screen time considering his swelling popularity, and the previews for episode 412 thus far have included only Daryl and Beth. In other words, Daryl fans should turn out in droves to watch tonight’s The Walking Dead.

Last week set up a possible end game for Season 4 as a second group of survivors consisting of Rick, Carl and Michonne narrowly escaped a gang of pillagers and rapists. The trio made their way to the train tracks where they found a banner promoting “Terminus,” a place where all survivors are welcome and able to live free of walkers. Something tells me Terminus isn’t all its cracked up to be.

In the previous episode, Carol, Tyreese, Mika, Lizzie and Judith also started making their way down the train tracks toward Terminus. There’s no Game of Thrones map to show us where the various parties are in relationship to one another, so for all we know Rick’s group and Tryeese’s group are on completely separate tracks. We do know Terminus is their shared destination, and there’s no reason to believe they won’t eventually rendezvous there.

Daryl and Beth have yet to cross paths with any other survivors during their trek through the Georgian woods, though they have been through similar areas that Tyreese and the girls have. Thus far Daryl has reverted back into his isolation shell, and Beth is the one pushing them to move forward in hopes of green pastures ahead. Beth has come a long way since her days of trying to kill herself in Hershel’s farm. Plus she can still carry a tune.

Also absent in last week’s episode were Sasha, Bob and Maggie. They should pop up tonight as I can’t see The Walking Dead passing over those three characters for two consecutive episodes. One thing to keep in mind is as this season makes its way toward sweeps, the opportunity will be ripe for one of the main characters to bite the dust. Yes, we have lost Hershel and the Governor thus far, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that everyone else is safe.

Tonight’s new episode of The Walking Dead Season 4, ‘Still,’ will premiere tonight at 9/8c on AMC and go head-to-head against the Oscars and Academy Awards. That’s a brutal opponent considering the series was up against the Winter Olympics the past three Sundays, and beat them in the 18-49 each and every time.

If you want to watch The Walking Dead HD on AMC tonight, make sure the channel is in your cable or satellite package and then find what channel AMC is in your town’s local listings.

AMC offers its subscribers the ability to online stream The Walking Dead new episodes immediately after their air at the official AMC website. If you don’t get AMC in your satellite or cable package then you won’t be able to take advantage of this chance to watch The Walking Dead free online streaming on phones, iPads and other devices.

The most popular way to online stream AMC’s The Walking Dead is to buy standard or high definition (HD) versions of each newly aired episode shortly after their air for a minimal cost at here. HD episodes cost $3 each to stream online while standard definition episodes are priced at $2 to buy and stream. Amazon also has the entire back catalog of The Walking Dead episodes dating back to the series premiere that can be purchased and online streamed immediately.

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