The season 4 cast of 'The Walking Dead.' Credit AMC.
"The Walking Dead" started off as a graphic novel by Robert Kirkman and is now a successful TV show (as well as a critically acclaimed spin-off video game). The show's fourth season premiered on Sunday, Oct. 13 on AMC and broke the all-time record for a cable TV premiere episode, with 16 million live viewers (and maybe a few zombies).
If you've fallen behind on "The Walking Dead" or you're a new or aspiring cord-cutter, here's where you can catch the show online.
You can watch the premiere of "The Walking Dead" season 4, entitled "30 Days Without an Incident" on AMC's website until Nov. 10. Subsequent episodes can be viewed on the website for 4 weeks after their original air time, but only if you log in with your cable provider account.
Netflix Instant (subscription, $7.99)
Seasons 1-3 are on Netflix Instant, perfect if you need to catch up.
Amazon Instant (a la carte)
Episodes cost $1.99 each.
Seasons 1, 2 and 3 cost $7.99, $16.99 and $19.99, respectively.
You can also buy a season 4 "Season Pass," which means any subsequent episodes that air after you purchase it will be automatically purchased for $1.75 per episode and added to your Amazon library.
iTunes (a la carte)
Episodes cost $2.99 each.
Seasons 1-3: $15.99, $34.99 and $42.99, respectively.
A season pass for season 4 costs $42.99.
Google Play (a la carte)
Episodes cost $1.99
Seasons 1: $10.49. Season 2: $22.99. Season 3: $27.99.
Season 4 is available for advance purchase at $27.99.