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If catching up on "The Walking Dead" is still far down on your to-do list or you still haven't had time to finish Sunday night's season finale, hold off on reading any further. The spoilers are lurking below and we want you to be careful. Venture ahead with caution...

"The Walking Dead" might have ended season three on an up note, but there's a lot left up in the air for season four. The Governor is still alive -- and will return next season as a series regular -- and the fate of the now much larger prison group is still undetermined. Expect things to get bad fast when "The Walking Dead" returns in October.

"The Governor is still out there,” co-executive producer Denise Huth told Entertainment Weekly. “The war is not over. Rick and our group here won the first round and scared him off."

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by Brett White

If you aren't caught up on the third season of "The Walking Dead," or if you haven't seen last night's season finale, you may want to steer clear of this news. The sheer knowledge of this human being's involvement in season 4 of "The Walking Dead" is itself a spoiler. The casting news comes from The Hollywood Reporter, so we can be reasonably sure that it's not a truly delightful April Fool's Day joke.

For the full info, see below.

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Welcome to the Tombs

by Kat Rosenfield

And so begins the longest, dullest, dryest seven months of the year, at least when it comes to seeing zombie body parts go splat on AMC's "The Walking Dead". Boo! The season came to a bloody, bullet-riddled, breathtaking end last night, as we bid goodbye to the Deep South survivors of the walker apocalypse until Season 4 returns next October... and psssst, this is a finale, so certain of said survivors may be getting a more permanent send-off, too. So place your bets, grab your tissues, and get ready to find out who was welcomed to the tombs — in more ways than one — in the final moments of season 3.

SPOILERS AHEAD.

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Walking Dead Board Games

FROM MTV GEEK

The fine folks over at MTV Geek have all the details on two popular existing board games that are getting the zombie makeover. New editions of both Risk and Monopoly, with suitable amounts of gore thrown in to fully "Walking Dead"-ify them, will be hitting stores this September.

"We’re extremely excited to be working with USAopoly and Robert Kirkman’s Skybound imprint at Image Comics in what promises to be two great games that are destined to be bestsellers for retailers," said Bill Schanes, Diamond’s VP-Purchasing. Who thought that family game night could also prepare you for a possible zombie apocalypse?

For a close-up look at these board games (but not too close, protect yourself), head on over to MTV Geek.

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The season three finale for "The Walking Dead" is finally less than a week away. Rick and the Governor will seemingly finally face off in "Welcome to the Tombs," and some promos for the upcoming episode have popped up online. Spoilers from last night's episode lurk ahead, so proceed at your own risk.

In a 30-second teaser for episode 16 of season three, it is revealed that the Governor will continue to torture Andrea as he prepares to assault the Prison. Michonne doesn't seem to be too happy with Rick now that she's found out he considered turning her over to the Governor even though he tells her, "You're one of us," and the Governor rallies his troops in Woodbury for the upcoming battle. The Woodbury leader certainly has the right artillery for the attack too, as one of his fighters can be seen shooting a rocket launcher at one of the Prison's watchtowers.

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This Sorrowful Life

by Kat Rosenfield

With only a week left in the season, the latest episode of "The Walking Dead" was only a warm-up. The real carnage should come on next week's season finale, which, in the manner to which fans have become accustomed, is rumored to be an out-and-out bloodbath. "This Sorrowful Life", on the other hand, involved only a couple of sad goodbyes — and one cause for (quiet, non-zombie-attracting) celebration. Ready? Here's what went down.

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LEGO Daryl Dixon

by Brett White

It may be called "Zombie Hunting Enthusiast," but it's obvious that this LEGO custom minifigure from Citizen Brick is based on Daryl Dixon from "The Walking Dead." The minifigure comes complete with a biker vest and a "filthy poncho," as well as Daryl's signature crossbow. He even has a necklace full of zombie ears, a nod to one of Daryl's ickier habits.

Check out the full tongue-in-cheek Citizen Brick ad and description below.

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The Walking Dead

by Terri Schwartz

"The Walking Dead" returns to the Prison in the upcoming episode "This Sorrowful Life" after focusing on the drama at Woodbury in "Prey," and new promos for the episode show that it will focus on Merle, Merle, Merle. Despite his many apologies to those he wronged in the Prison crew, the one-handed Dixon brother is still walking on thin ice.

In addition to the promo, which can be watched after the jump (and are obviously full of spoilers for those of you not caught up on the intense season), two new clips from "This Sorrowful Life" have also been released. Between the three looks into next week's "The Walking Dead" episode, it becomes clear that Merle isn't the only one who should be watching his back. Michonne could be in trouble as well as Rick seems pretty convinced that giving her up to the Governor will make all of his problems go away.

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Prey

by Kat Rosenfield

After last week's glacially-paced confab between Rick and the Governor, "The Walking Dead" returned to more action-packed territory in "Prey": an episode that featured secret sabotage, growing suspicions, deadly games of cat-and-mouse, and classic moments of zombie dismemberment that'll fill your gore-loving little heart with joy. Ready to find out what went down? Let's go!

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FROM MTV GEEK

Get those DVRs ready because a battle of epic proportions will be fought on March 31st. That Sunday night marks the season finale of "The Walking Dead" airing directly opposite the season premiere of "Game of Thrones," in a truly unprecedented aligning of overwhelmingly popular television shows. Someone check what the stars are doing on that Sunday night, because fate seems to be involved... or probably just television executives. "The Walking Dead" has delivered ratings gold for AMC all season long, and HBO's fantasy drama could prove to be its stiffest competition yet. There's an overview over at MTV Geek that can get you caught up on both shows before their upcoming Sunday showdown.

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