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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 News & Update: Why The Premiere Episode Will Hook You Till The End

By Mario Manlupig, Jr. , Oct 14, 2016 12:00 PM EDT

"The Walking Dead" season 7 just released a new gripping trailer less than two weeks before its premiere on silver screen. As the previous season left fans on a major cliffhanger, "TWD" showrunners vowed that there's a lot more reasons why viewers will be hooked when the show airs this season's first episode on Oct. 23.

In the wake of the series' promotion, "Who did Negan kill?" has become the most frequently asked question about "The Walking Dead" season 7 that caused quite a stir among fanatics. As the latest teaser suggested, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) has to kill someone. It remains uncertain, however, if it was Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) who Negan will kill.

Premiere Episode Airs Flashback Twist

According to a report, "The Walking Dead" season 7 premiere episode titled "The Day Will Come When You Won't Be" will begin with a flashback which will be tailored with the state of Alexandria. It's been said that the show might be able to create a make-believe scene where Negan was about to kill anyone who viewers did not expect to die.

Premiere Episode Has Multiple Characters Killed?

Another theory on how "The Walking Dead" season 7 will entice viewers into the next episodes is the death of not just one character. Negan is speculated to have killed more than one favorite character. The season finale was already spoiled before that not all characters from Day 1 will make it until the end.

However, Morgan clarified this spoiler in an interview with Inquisitr, saying that what he shared to some Hollywood reports might have been blown out of proportion. In the same report though, Morgan did not entirely deny the possibility of his character killing more and more characters.

In fact, he said: "Instead of talking about the one person Negan kills - because Negan kills a lot more than one person on the lineup...Negan does kill a lot of people in the next couple of years. Before we even meet him he's killed a lot of people."

"The Walking Dead" season 7 premieres Oct. 23 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

 

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