The hit AMC series reveals Negan's victim, but the season premiere is about so much more than that.
How do you keep a secret on a show like The Walking Dead? Robert Kirkman has the answer - just don't ask him who dies in Season 7.
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When it comes to who Negan killed in the season finale, Lincoln says cast members have agreed not to discuss it, "no apologies."
A perfect introduction to Negan and overall solid episode gets undercut by yet another trollish cliffhanger in a season that's been full of them.
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Lincoln discussed Negan's impending arrival on "The Walking Dead" as well as why the character is "probably the most important casting since Rick."
Tonight's episode of "The Walking Dead" contains hints that may point to a theatrical community of survivors familiar to anyone who's read the comics.
In the penultimate episodes of season six, some strong story moments get overshadowed by what may be another trolling moment from the writers.
In a storyline that's a little too similar to last week's plot, Carol and Maggie struggle with the prospect of mass murder.
Although killing has become second-nature to many characters on "The Walking Dead," some know it still carries a lot of weight.
Last week's emphasis on quiet moments and negotiations carries over to tonight, a calm before the storm of Negan and his Saviors.
According to Andrew Lincoln, the last scene of "The Next World" looked a lot different in the script than it did in the episode.
In a surprisingly lighthearted episode, "The Walking Dead" jumps ahead to focus on leisure, camaraderie and even a little bit of comedy.
Todd McFarlane has completed "Spawn's" script; rumored Green Lantern Dan Amboyer talks "Batman v Superman" and more.
A grisly sequence plays out in the midseason premiere, just as fans have been expecting. But that doesn't make it any less shocking or effective.
In a departure from previous midseason premieres, "No Way Out" shows Rick and company standing their ground instead of running away.
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