'Walking Dead' Season Four Premiere Title Hints At Significant Time Jump

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All is quiet on the "Walking Dead" front — unless you know where to look.

Even though season four doesn't premiere until October, AMC and the "Walking Dead" team are hard at work on bringing the record-breaking zombie series back to life. Indeed, the season premiere has already snatched up a title: "30 Days Without an Accident," according to TV Line.

A new season four banner has also premiered, which you can check out in full below.

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What can we take away from the season premiere's title? For one, it tells us that at least 30 days have passed since the end of season three, and those days have been pretty peaceful, as far as living in the zombie apocalypse goes. But we have a feeling that the time jump between seasons is a lot longer than just a month.

As for the banner? Well, there's Tyreese holding his iconic hammer from the comic books, and Michonne riding a horse. What more needs to be said?

We'll undoubtedly learn even more about what "Walking Dead" has in store for season four when the show makes its splash at Comic-Con later this month, with a panel on July 18. Panelists include Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, David Morrissey, Chad Coleman, Scott Wilson, Robert Kirkman and more, according to BuddyTV.com.

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