The Walking Dead is no stranger to unexpected deaths, but deviations from the comic often raise questions. To wit, a fan-favorite star now confirms his surprisingly early exit was a specific request to showrunners, given behind-the-scenes turmoil.
The Walking Dead can’t seem to shake its troubles, so might Fear take over as the fan-favorite? The fourth season’s quasi-reboot is looking pretty strong in new footage, as Morgan jumps ship to the newer series and Madison ups her game a few levels.
Any fan of The Walking Dead knew changes were coming with the war against Negan, though the Season 8 trailer seemingly spoiled a major twist ahead. Or perhaps not, as Robert Kirkman teases Season 8’s October premiere will introduce us to the older Rick glimpsed in the footage.
It’s tough to say whether The Walking Dead is set in its ways, or might surprise us in Season 8’s “All Out War.” Either way, at least one notable tweak is in order, as showrunner Scott Gimple says Season 8 will address a long-running fan complaint over the series’ pacing.
One year after The Walking Dead Season 6 built toward Negan’s arrival, the leather-clad villain is once again ready to face off with Rick; this time with armies on both sides. So reveals the official trailer for Season 7 finale “The First Day of the Rest of Your Life,” along with a new clip.
The Walking Dead gave us what could prove Season 7's last moments of levity with Rick and Michonne’s “Say Yes” supply run, and Carol is looking anything but agreeable in the first footage from next week’s “Bury Me Here.” Check out the first clip, as Morgan seems to be missing, while another preview suggest Ezekiel finally has his reasons to fight back.
Sunday’s The Walking Dead broke with our regularly scheduled anti-Negan recruitment to bring us Eugene’s introduction to the Saviors’ world, but next Sunday will inevitably “Say Yes” to another hour on the road to rebellion. To wit, Season 7 may even have a little fun in that regard, as Rick and Michonne’s search for guns brings them to a carnival in new clips.
Now that The Walking Dead has officially dug out the “Rock in the Road” of its willingness to rebel, Season 7 has some additional mysteries to answer. Not only do we have our first clip of the mysterious crew making up Rick’s “New Best Friends,” but also a trailer that promises some major reunions ahead.
Look, we’re all a little stressed out by the election, and seeing Trump-monsters everywhere we look. Some fans even thought The Walking Dead might have taken that notion literally this past Sunday, but fear not; no such attempts to make the zombie apocalypse great again occurred, at least intentionally, per AMC.
We’ve over a month before The Walking Dead finally pulls back the curtain on Season 7 (and Negan’s victim), but AMC isn’t about to make that wait any easier. The latest promo for Season 7 once again keeps the focus on Negan himself, even showing off a bit more of his home.