The Walking Dead Season 5 Spoilers: Who Kidnapped Beth and Will She Survive?

The Walking Dead Season 5 Spoilers Learn Who Kidnapped Beth and What Will Happen Next!

The Walking Dead Season 5 is being called the best season so far. Due to the amount of intense story building, incredible action scenes and cliff hanger endings, this season of The Walking Dead may go down in history. But, three episodes into Season 5, many Beth fans are hanging in suspense wondering about what happened to her. At the end of episode 3, Four Walls And A Roof, Daryl returns to the group without Carol, which leaves Rick Grimes and the group baffled. The promo of episode 4 shows that Beth is trapped inside a creepy hospital in Atlanta. According to the official synopsis of the upcoming episode, the Atlanta Hospital members are another set of survivors but, they may be even deadlier than the cannibals of Terminus. "Things appear safe and nice, but there is a bit of a dark side for another group of survivors," the synopsis reads. According to The Hollywood Reporter, recently spoke with the creator of The Walking Dead about what to expect in the next episode he said the following:
Yes, and we're going to get an opportunity to get into some other characters' backstories. We did it very successfully with Michonne (DanaiGurira) last year and we can expect to learn a lot more about Abraham (MichaelCudlitz), Rosita (ChristianSerratos) and Eugene (JoshMcDermitt) and their backstory and how they met and things like that.

Meanwhile, in episode 3, the group has been divided as they did in Season 4 and only the show creators and producers can tell whether they will reunite again by the Walking Dead finale.

Moreover, Rick's merciless killing of Gareth and the handful of termites has not only shaken his group but fans too.


"I think it was a watershed moment of clear-cut decision-making... Getting rid of the problem is, in that situation, the only solution. It is a brutal killing, but I was very keen for it not to be an indulgent moment... It wasn't an emotional moment. This is about squashing this and getting rid of the threat," Andrew Lincoln told TV Guide.

The lead actor of the blockbuster series also hinted that Rick's act of barbaric killing will create fear and disturbance among his group in the future.

"I think perhaps a lot of the story arcs this season for the rest of the characters are whether or not they're willing to go with him. That may cause conflict and opposition and stresses and strain and fear within the group."

Catch the first minute of The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 4 below:

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