Mar 17, 2014 10:00 AM EDT By Robert Leo

'Walking Dead' Season 4 Spoilers: Beth's Kidnapper Set To Be New Character Named Father Gabriel Stokes? [VIDEO]

To the excitement of its fans, AMC's hit zombie show, The Walking Dead, is set to return this week with an all-new episode titled Us, which will surely not be pulling any punches in terms of action.

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To the excitement of its fans, AMC's hit zombie show, The Walking Dead, is set to return this week with an all-new episode titled Us, which will surely not be pulling any punches in terms of action.

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TV Guide gave the following synopsis on the upcoming installment:

"Faith becomes a survival tool for some fighting to stay alive."

While nothing has been confirmed, the faith reference seemingly relates to the black automobile with the white cross from the 13th episode when Beth (Emily Kinney) was kidnapped from under Daryl's watch.

Judging by TWD comic series, the individual who abducted Beth may indeed be the character of Father Gabriel Stokes, who is listed as a reverend of a regional community church.

However, being that creator Robert Kirkman doesn't always go by the comics, the person in the car could also be Gareth, who is a character that'll reportedly be coming on board at some point during the last two episodes. To top it off, Gareth could also play a crucial role in season 5, according to The Hollywood Reporter on Nov. 22.

Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Chandler Riggs (Carl), Steven Yeun (Glenn), Norman Reedus (Daryl), Melissa McBride (Carol), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Danai Gurira (Michonne) are some of the actors set to star in the episode.

AMC's The Walking Dead is set to make its return on Sunday, March 23 at 9 p.m. E.S.T. Please be sure to keep checking back with Enstars for more of the latest info on the TV series.

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