Fans are counting down the months before The Walking Dead Season 7 airs on televisions. But it looks like episode 1 will bring grim to the viewers because Negan might kill Glenn and Abraham. This article might contain spoilers so read at your own risk.
The idea must be dreadful to some, but it looks like there are hints pointing out to the plausible scenario.
Movie Pilot theorized first that Negan will murder Glenn. Those who have already read the novel must expect that it will happen.
According to the website, he has been a “hot pick to die” among the characters since day one. Meanwhile, the outlet mentioned that the actor has been missing-in-action during the production.
The source stated that Steve Yeun, who portrays the character, has nowhere to been in Georgia since May 13 wherein the scenes take place. He is currently in Korea filming the movie, Okja.
However, the outlet noticed that Yeun is not the only one who were missing on set. Actor Michael Cudlitz, who plays Sergeant Abraham Ford, was not seen while filming at all.
As per the online portal, The Walking Dead series has been working on his death. He is also one of the “top contenders” along Glenn.
Furthermore, there is another theory that Abraham will take avenge on Negan for killing Glenn. But instead, he will meet his bloody end at the hands of the antagonist.
Should the rumor be true, it could be a huge scene on Season 7’s first episode. It might bring emotional rollercoaster to the avid viewers.
On the other hand, Variety reported that the upcoming season will have 16 episodes, which will be divided into two parts. Some of the cast and production team held a panel on Comic-Con last Friday.
The panel also revealed the show’s official trailer. It shows the villain, Negan. However, the trailer did not give out any details on who he killed in the previous season.
Additionally, the trailer also introduces King Ezekiel. Actor Khary Payton will portray the role.
The Walking Dead Season 7 will be out on Sunday, Oct. 23 at 9 p.m. Stay tuned for more details.