WASHINGTON, October 23, 2016 – The Walking Dead Season 7 premier titled “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be” is tonight at 9 pm et. CommDigiNews will be hosting a fan chat. Watchers will need a group to keep up with the new characters, and the back story told during the last six seasons.
The Walker Watchers of the World (WWW) might be smart to remember Carol’s final words to Lizzie- “Just look at the pretty flowers…” because it might be more than most of us can handle.
Greg Nicotero, on AMC’s “Geeking Out” warns that who Negan killed would not be the only major event of the premiere.
“There’s so much more that happens in that episode that is more heartbreaking than that moment, that by the time the episode’s over it’s almost too much. It’s that intense.”
The first question on most WWW’s mind may be who did Negan beat to death with Lucille. Did he kill someone, or just seriously maim them? Will the show follow the comic book and have Neegan kill Glenn (whose death is predicted every season, and yet he survives).
As evidenced in the above video, The Walking Dead: Right Hand Man, someone’s brains have been left on the gravel road and Rick has re-entered Crazy Town – as well as put himself into a confrontation with Negan.
Know the show, we might not know who died tonight. I would not put it past them to make that a cliff hanger for the second episode however searching for clues, IMDB.Com reports:
The producers — as well as stars like Melissa McBride (Carol) and Norman Reedus (Daryl) — have said “the wait is worth it.” As McBride put it to Entertainment Weekly, “the premiere is just going to be… oh God, it’s going to rock the walls. The wait is worth it.”
However, we may end up wishing the wait were even longer. Tom Payne (Jesus) told Express.co.uk that “The beginning of next season is going to be very tough and pretty graphic and horrible,” later adding, “Unfortunately I think a lot of people who are wishing for the death and wishing that they had seen it [in the Season 6 finale], I think after the first episode they might wish they hadn’t wished for it because it’s going to be very brutal and a huge downer. At that point you hate Negan and you want him defeated.”
This will not be a premier, or a show to watch alone. Join CommDigiNews fan chat, starting at 9:00 pm et tonight: