THE Walking Dead producer has teased a revenge ‘smackdown’ between Carol and Alpha in season 10.

The AMC post-apocalyptic horror series returns in a matter of days and producer Greg Nicotero has teased how Carol will get into conflict with Alpha.

 The Walking Dead producer has teased a revenge ‘smackdown’ between Carol and Alpha in season 10

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The Walking Dead producer has teased a revenge ‘smackdown’ between Carol and Alpha in season 10Credit: AMC

The two women have history after Alpha beheaded a number of characters in season nine, including Carol’s adopted son Henry.

Speaking to TVLine at the Saturn Awards, he revealed: “Knowing Carol’s history, I think [a smackdown is] pretty likely.

“She really doesn’t take things lying down. She’s definitely got a vendetta.”

However Alpha – the leader of The Whisperers – won’t be an easy person to beat, having killed a number of key characters including Enid and Tara.

Viewers will recall how she placed their heads on spikes in a horrifying scene taken straight from The Walking Dead comic books.

Meanwhile, the first reviews for The Walking Dead season 10 premiere promised “gross, scary and big budget” conflicts.

Last week, TV critics offered their first thoughts on the season’s premiere episode, which airs on October 6 on AMC in the US, and October 7 on Fox in the UK.

Called Lines We Cross, the episode has been described as “gross, scary and big budget” by Decider, which added the series was “off to a promising start” after a rocky patch a few seasons back.

 The show returns for series 10 in a matter of days, but without the lead character, Rick Grimes

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The show returns for series 10 in a matter of days, but without the lead character, Rick GrimesCredit: AMC

Meanwhile ComicBook wrote: “Following up a very strong ninth season, the upcoming batch of episodes prove The Walking Dead is aiming to take its throne back.

“If the coming conflict is handled as well as the premiere episode, longtime fans are in for a treat while those who were discouraged from watching might be interested in getting back on board.”

Den of Geek agreed, writing: “While past season premieres have mostly been content with serving up big action sequences, bombastic calls to war, and a fake out or two, ‘Lines We Cross’ gets to the meat of the story quickly and efficiently, setting up some of the major conflicts that will undoubtedly drive the first half of the season.”

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