‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 wants to “Sing Me a Song” of Negan’s bizarre fascination with Carl, but is Season 7 anywhere closer to finally fighting back? Or at least calling out Spencer for his whining? Find out in our full review!
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Four episodes into The Walking Dead Season 7, and little has happened beyond Negan inflicting the worst of horrors on even those who survived the deadly premiere. Things may get worse before they get better, as the full set of titles and synopses through midseason tease that Negan won’t stay away from Alexandria for long.
‘The Walking Dead’ makes Season 7 too real performing “Service” to Negan’s victory, but does the first trip to Alexandria spark a sense of rebellion, or languish in grief? And will anyone tell poor Tara about Denise? Find out in our full review!
‘The Walking Dead’ chows down on Season 7 with a stay in “The Cell,” but does our first trip to The Sanctuary justify Negan’s cruelty, or taste like dog food? How make we of Norman Reedus’ first nude scene? Find out in our full review!
‘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!
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The entirety of Walking Dead Season 7 promotion hinges on the identity of Negan’s victim from the Season 6 finale, but what happens when that mystery resolves? We’re going right back to dread, according to Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who implies that Negan’s kill list might double in the October 23 premiere.
The Walking Dead has the unique problem of promoting Season 7 without eliminating any cast from Negan’s potential victim pool, but at least two were pretty easily crossed off the list. A new clip from Season 7 fresh out of NYCC sees Rick and Negan in a deadly post-Lucille staredown, but is Rick about to wind up with a major injury of his own?
The Walking Dead didn’t afford us much time to get to know Jeffrey Dean Morgan‘’s Negan outside of of the character’s first comic appearance, but if Season 7 is any indication, the foul-mouthed sociopath is as unsubtle as ever. A new interview sees Morgan discussing his character’s relationship to trademark weapon Lucille, and … well, “It’s his d—.”