The countdown for the return of “The Walking Dead” Season 7 is now starting as fans are now all excited to see who will receive Lucille’s end. As the stars are now teasing what they know will happen, Melissa McBride has another question for everyone who wants to know what will occur.
Melissa McBride’s Mother Asks If She Will Die Next
“If I could tell you, would you really want me to tell you?” Melissa McBride questioned the ones asking her who will die in “The Walking Dead” Season 7. In fact, the 51-year-old star, who plays the role of Carol, was often asked but she wasn’t given a chance to tell the truth. Even her mother wants to know what will be the future of Negan’s (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) captives, as per Entertainment Weekly.
With her excitement, Melissa McBride’s mom questioned her if she is the one who will die in the first episode of “The Walking Dead” Season 7. “‘Did you die?’ I’m like, ‘Mom, I wasn’t in that scene,'” she happily shared.
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Premiere Episode Will ‘Rock The Walls!’
Moreover, there are some fans that got angry for letting them hang with a major cliffhanger in the season finale of “The Walking Dead” Season 6. “It’s compelling and some people like cliffhangers, some people hate them, and that’s just part of the experience,” Melissa McBride explained. She also added that she is hoping everyone who gets mad will still watch the show as “The Walking Dead” Season 7’s premiere episode is going to “rock the walls!”
Not only that, Melissa McBride also teased that fans will surely feel that the waiting game for the coming “The Walking Dead” Season 7 is definitely worth the wait. Inquisitr also reported that the new installment is set to have additional communities, leaders and survivors. The story of the Hilltop Colony will be unfolded as Ezekiel (Khary Payton), Shiva and The Kingdom will all appear in the third episode. “The Walking Dead” Season 7 will return on Oct. 23 on AMC.
The other day, “The Walking Dead” fans got “Caryl in Season 7” trending, and now The Spoiling Dead Fans has a report that Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride) were both filming — together — in a scene for Season 7, Episode 10.
We last saw Daryl in Negan’s lineup-of-death at the end of Season 6. The first clip from Season 7 showed Dwight wearing Daryl’s vest, which didn’t bode well for Pookie. We last saw Carol with Morgan as they seemed to meet the first representatives from a survivor community called The Kingdom. That place, like a sister community to Hilltop, is run by a guy called King Ezekiel, and he has a pet tiger named Shiva.
There are 16 episodes to every season of TWD, so they are now shooting the second half. According to TSDF, Carol, Daryl, Ezekiel, and some Kingdom people were all shooting last week for Episode 10.
Sorry for the HUGE delay in these, but I’ve finally added some of the last events Melissa has attended. Hope y’all enjoy!
First thing first: No, we won’t be hearing who Negan’s victim during The Walking Dead’s San Diego Comic Con panel. The show’s executive producer Gale Anne Hurd confirmed the news with Deadline in an interview where she discussed The Walking Dead, Aliens, Fear The Walking Dead, and Falling Water. And, more importantly, she reveals why one of The Walking Dead’s major cast members won’t be appearing at SDCC this year.
When Hurd was asked why Melissa McBride (Carol Peletier) wouldn’t be onstage for The Walking Dead’s Hall H panel, the producer explained, “The big thing really is our cast is so large right now that we couldn’t bring everyone. There’s a limitation at Comic-Con as to how many people can be onstage. So, we would love to have brought everyone, but we couldn’t.”
Of course, there have been and will still be fans who point to McBride’s absence as proof of the character’s possible demise. With fans still fiercely debating who’ll be killed by Negan next season, conspiracy theorists will use any and all evidence they can to support their beliefs. However, The Walking Dead team expected that kind of reaction.
In fact, Hurd said, “I think they read everything into the tea leaves at this point. There have been some very amusing theories based on a lot of sort of speculation based on who’s been in Georgia and who hasn’t…Not everyone is in every episode. The truth is the Hall H panel is for the most part the people who were where we left them in the last shot of Season 6, that’s sort of the lineup.”
As The Walking Dead has historically deviated somewhat from Robert Kirkman’s comics, fans are uncertain whether Negan’s deadly encounter with Rick’s group will be canon-compliant or not. Still, this hasn’t stopped fans from pouring over the source material in hopes of finding some ever elusive spoilers. Things were only made worse for fans when The Walking Dead released different photos featuring various characters sitting at the losing end of Negan’s bat, Lucille.
Fans can expect to get some information about the show’s upcoming seventh season as The Walking Dead is set to release the its season trailer along with a premiere date at SDCC. Hurd, a comic-con veteran, is excited to see what fans have to say about the show, telling Deadline that, “ I’m sure we’ll be hearing from people, very specifically, what they loved and what they didn’t about Season 6, but that’s the great thing about Comic-Con — it’s up close and personal.”
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