Yesterday, we brought you the official titles and descriptions for the first two episodes of The Walking Dead Season 3. According to a new report, we may now have the titles for episodes 3-7.
In case you missed the previous news, Season 3 will go on a mid-season break, similar to last year. There are a total of 16 episodes, so these titles take us almost to the mid-season finale.The following titles are courtesy of Spoiler TV, who has been a credible source for early title reports in the past.
- Episode 3.01 – Seed
- Episode 3.02 – Sick
- Episode 3.03 – Walk with Me
- Episode 3.04 – Killer Within
- Episode 3.05 – Say the Word
- Episode 3.06 – Hounded
- Episode 3.07 – When the Dead Come Knocking
Here are details on The Walking Dead Season 3 premiere, along with the titles/descriptions for episodes 1 and 2, and links to our previous coverage:
“AMC announced… the premiere of The Walking Dead Season 3 on Sun., Oct. 14 at 9/8c. As previously announced, the series’ third season will consist of 16 episodes. Season 3 will also air in two-parts with the first eight hours kicking off Oct. 14 and returning Feb. 2013 with the final eight episodes. Following The Walking Dead will be the season premieres of AMC’s unscripted series Talking Dead, hosted by Chris Hardwick (Nerdist), at 11/10c and Comic Book Men at 11:30/10:30c. Season 2 of both series consists of 16 half-hour episodes. Internationally, The Walking Dead will return to audiences in 120+ FOX International Channels (FIC) markets the week of Oct. 15 as part of FIC continued commitment to broadcast the series near date-and-date globally.”
Episode 301 – “SEED”
With the world growing increasingly more dangerous and Lori’s pregnancy advancing, Rick discovers a potentially safe haven. But first he must secure the premises, pushing his group to its limit.
Written by: Glen Mazzara
Directed by: Ernest Dickerson
Episode 302 – “SICK”
After a traumatic event, a life hangs in the balance. Complicating matters, the group must also deal with a potential threat to their new surroundings.
Written by: Nichole Beattie
Directed by: Billy Gierhart