The Walking Dead has made Morgan an integral character over the last few seasons; a far cry from years-earlier questions of Lennie James’ return plaguing showrunners at every turn. And while Morgan’s unmasking made for a welcome surprise in the fifth season premiere, we almost caught up with the character as early as Season 4.
Will characters from The Walking Dead Season 6 and prior appear in Season 7? You betcha! Will at least one of them die in the premiere? Probably! You might not know it from the first official round of Season 7 photos, however, which follow the trailer’s lead to reveal almost no one but Carol, Morgan and our new friend Ezekiel!
However The Walking Dead chooses to address its big cliffhanger from Comic-Con 2016, we at least know Morgan and Carol remain safe, and en route to their new armored friends’ mystery camp. A new photo from Season 7 seemingly confirms as much, but is this our first official look at comic locale “The Kingdom”?
Sunday’s penultimate Walking Dead Season 6 installment may have ended on a frustrating cliffhanger, but next weeks’ finale may tear fandom asunder. We have our first clip of the Season 6 closer as well, in which Morgan makes a new friend, but could be facing his “Last Day on Earth.”
Tonight’s ‘The Walking Dead’ put the zombie parade on ice to show us Morgan's backstory, but what did “Here’s Not Here” add to the season, or answer of the big questions? Find out in our full review!
Last season’s Walking Dead finale treated viewers to the surprising reveal that not only was Morgan hot on the trail of Rick Grimes, but also that he’d picked up some sweet moves with a bo-staff. Last night’s premiere saw Morgan alluding to his trainer, but the real world has a far more surprising revelation: Lennie James was trained by a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 blows the roof off its “First Time Again” with a bite-filled premiere, but what big mystery derails a whole herd of walkers to Alexandria? Our full review!
The final moments of The Walking Dead’s most recent finale left us wondering where next Rick might push the safe haven of Alexandria, now that Deanna seems to have come around to more brutal methods. That attitude is all over The Walking Dead Season 6's character portraits, as Alexandria looks ready to go to war … but with whom?
The Walking Dead Season 6 seems a bit more transparent than its predecessor, though the October 11 premiere may leave a few scratching their heads. Not only will the new season of AMC’s monster smash open on a “heightened” action sequence absent any context, but so too will episodes dip back to show both Morgan and others’ backstories.
The Walking Dead Season 5 left us on a relatively safe cliffhanger teasing the reunion of Rick and Morgan, but Season 6 may well bring all the Alexandria walls down. Comic-Con 2015 has brought the cast back to San Diego, and you know know what that means! The Season 6 trailer is here, and fans are already ravenous.