Even as The Walking Dead apparently locked down Negan’s victim two years ago, production still went through with its shell game of filming death scenes for each cast member. We saw glimpses of them with Sunday’s premiere, but a new leak reveals what might have been the show’s most horrific choice.
There’s been a bit of back-and-forth surrounding Negan’s victims from last night’s Walking Dead premiere, as some suggested they’d yet to choose the big death before this summer, while cast have claimed to know even longer. Now that the truth is finally splattered out in the open, showrunner Scott M. Gimple and creator Robert Kirkman say the doomed pair was chosen years in advance.
Well, now that the biggest Walking Dead Season 7 mystery is finally splattered out in the open, next week can begin to lay out the full story. So it is, that our first new clip from “The Well” takes us inside the enigmatic new community known as “The Kingdom,” as Morgan prepares Carol to meet the King.
‘The Walking Dead’ returns for Season 7 with a gruesome and punishing “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be,” finally revealing Negan’s victim(s) in an otherwise forgettable hour. Is AMC’s flagship hit finally broken beyond repair? Find out in our full review!
All summer long, Walking Dead fans have waited (some more patiently than others) to find out who suffered Negan’s bat in the Season 6 finale. At long last, Season 7 has officially arrived, and with it came not one, but two victims fallen to Lucille! Find out who bit the big one in Sunday’s premiere!
A sad day for fans of Preacher co-creator and revered comic artist Steve Dillon, as the Hellblazer and Punisher icon has passed away at age 54. Dillon had worked on everything from Doctor Who, to Nick Fury and Judge Dredd, including the original Preacher art-work alongside co-creator Garth Ennis.
The second season of AMC’s Better Call Saul put the devil in the details to slyly confirm one major Breaking Bad return, but how many should we expect for Season 3? At least one more, according to Bryan Cranston, but perhaps not who you’re thinking.
Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman himself admitted to challenging the AMC series with adapting his comic tiger, “Shiva,” so is Season 7 up to the task? See for yourself, as AMC releases a new photo of Ezekiel’s majestic companion, and bosses explain in-depth how the animatronics and CGI work.
How cute, you presumed The Walking Dead would let weeks of the year go by without premiering new episodes on one of its branches. So it is, that one week out from the main series’ return, Fear The Walking Dead has begun the slow shamble to Season 3 with a new series of webisodes to potentially impact the franchise.
Time will tell if The Walking Dead can undo the fan ire that came with Season 6's cliffhanger finale, but time they certainly have. One week out from Season 7's premiere, The Walking Dead confirms that its endless parade of undead misery will continue through Season 8, and hit a major milestone at that.