"The Walking Dead" fans will be in for another round of spoilers as actress Melissa McBride, who portrays the role of Carol teased some interesting plot for her character in season 7.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, McBride revealed that her character, Carol, together with Morgan will be joining a new community known as the Kingdom. To recall, Carol has been wounded at the end of "The Walking Dead" Season 6. Apparently, she and Morgan were helped out by the members of the Kingdom and introduced them their leader, King Ezekiel.
"Well, I imagine it's very bizarre, and particularly with a character like Carol who doesn't stand for a whole lot of bullsh-t, there's just no time," McBride told EW when asked about meeting Ezekiel. "So it'll be interesting to see how she thinks of Ezekiel and his Kingdom. You know. She's been here before. It's too good to be true. It's very beautiful. I can tell you that. It's a bit unreal."
The Kingdom is a community run by Ezekiel, a self-proclaimed King of the group with a pet tiger, Shiva. Reports claim that the Kingdom will play a huge part in Alexandria's conflict with Negan. It was said that the communities will eventually join forces and fight against Negan.
Meanwhile, fans are still theorizing as to who will be Negan's first victim. Some of the names that came up are Abraham and Glenn. However, new claims suggest that Maggie might be the one to go in "The Walking Dead" Season 7.
According to reports, the speculation of Maggie being killed off started when director Greg Nicotero described the premiere as "the most emotional episode I've ever shot." With this, many speculate that Maggie is most likely to be the victim since her death will inflict more pain and tragedy. To recall, Maggie is pregnant with Glenn's child thus, killing her will be a tragic not only for the mother and child but to the father as well.
Other reports also suggest that Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie, has been missing from the filming location of "The Walking Dead" Season 7 as hinted in her Instagram feed. However, none of these claims have been confirmed yet.
Fans of "The Walking Dead" will have to wait a few more weeks as the highly anticipated season 7 premieres on Oct. 23.