'Walking Dead' Season 6 Spoilers: Who Will Negan Kill? Theories For Finale

by Virginia Benson Marcha 20, 2016, 7:52
'Walking Dead' Season 6 Spoilers: Who Will Negan Kill? Theories For Finale

If you're caught up on the series, proceed forth and read, knowing the growing knot in your stomach is wholly justified.

Steven Yeun, the actor who portrays "Glenn Rhee" in the TV series "The Walking Dead", talks about the arrival of sadistic character "Negan" on the show.

After Yeun's hints, it appears his character will be spared from death for a while but it will be interesting to see who will fall victim to the notorious villain.

-Denise gets an arrow through the head...Now I feel bad for what I said before... And that was just after reading it. Who will it be? And if you've been paying attention to the latter half of the sixth season, then you may have come to the conclusion that all signs point to a fan favorite: Carol Peletier. Rick must be questioning whether or not he got the real Negan, Carol must decide if she wants to continue on this current path she's on, and a whole bunch of sub plots need seasoning. No word yet on how Weaving fits into proceedings, though we assume she'll play an ally co-worker. The filming took place in both the cities. She died from a crossbow through the head.

So while Carol is in danger of suffering some sort of breakdown, McBride has shown that she's stronger than ever.

However, Yeun acknowledged that this may happen while also teasing that Glenn may not be the one at the receiving end of Negan's swing.

One particular instance is the death of Shane (Jon Bernthal). It seems like Abe will have to make do. It's worth pointing out that other "TWD" stars have jumped on film projects, including Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) and Danai Gurira (Michonne).

If Daryl is killed off, it could prove to be a huge misstep.

One anticipated plot is the arrival of the new villain, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). "That's the one straight answer I can give you". Our blended family have made it to Victor Strand's (Colman Domingo) boat Abigail, but it looks like being on the water will bring its own boatload (see what I did there?) of problems which include zombie-infested waters, as well as living, breathing people with guns. The show had to know Paula inside and out and I wish it had put that level into care into the other characters. The well walker was bloated because he had been in the water a long time.

Just as "The Walking Dead" helped launch "Into The Badlands" in November, spinoff "Fear The Walking Dead" is set to help launch the network's next drama "Preacher" this summer.

Why is this a big deal? Will Maggie lose the baby or will she finally have good luck?

As well, the baby wasn't an accident, and the show has been heavily pushing the "hope" aspect of pregnancy and life and the future. The Walking Dead still hasn't said (on the show) what Michonne did for a living before the apocalypse. Although he became part of Rick's group, Axel never was a major character even though he easily could have fit right in. Added Erickson: "We will learn much more about Strand in season 2". What else would be that hard to watch except for her on-screen hubby being bludgeoned to death?

Glenn and Maggie were nearly torn apart.

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