Who will die in The Walking Dead season 7 premiere?

Who will die in The Walking Dead season 7 premiere?

In a new interview with Playboy magazine, the veteran actor explains that his villainous character, Negan, has a nice, long future alongside Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the gang.

With so many characters kicking the bucket throughout the years of The Walking Dead's existence, it's easy to forget about some of the very first ones we've had to say goodbye to. And even then, AMC and the rest of the people behind The Walking Dead are staying vigilant on keeping the victim's identity under tight wraps.

There have been some rumors that more than one character will die in the premiere episode.

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From revenge killing to walker bites to all sorts of brain trauma - how else do you kill a zombie - "The Walking Dead" has never been short on coming up with a creative way to kill someone, whether it's a beloved character or a new face.

A quick skim through MURS' Instagram will yield plenty of evidence of his obsession with The Walking Dead, an obsession that a large part of the country now shares, which has made the show the most popular series on TV four years running.

The season seven opener looks like one of the most traumatic in the show's history yet.

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She continued: "We didn't intend to have any clues so I couldn't tell you if there were".

OMG! If you were hoping that Negan would be killed off swiftly after taking one of our precious survivors away from us, think again.

The second victim of the season has also been teased, with the promise of Negan's wrath continuing past the season premiere. We didn't do it to generate a lot of reaction or a lot of social media response.

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


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