Tuesday, August 23, 2016

The Walking Dead's seventh season will get promptly after the Season 6 finale cliffhanger — which implies groups of onlookers won't be compelled to hold up any more to discover who the unfortunate one is forced to bear Lucille.

"Season seven is going to get right the last known point of interest. So you're going to see who's on the end of that bat," Jeffrey Dean Mogan, who plays Negan, told Vulture. "I didn't have any acquaintance with it would have been a cliffhanger until I watched the appear. That was done in my reality."

In the mean time, Gimple is certain that viewers will feel the cliffhanger was advocated, in the wake of seeing the opening scene of Season 7. "I genuinely trust that individuals see 701 and they feel it legitimizes the way that we've chosen to recount the story," he said, per Yahoo. "I comprehend what 701 is, and I feel that it conveys on what 616 sets up."

Maker Greg Nicotero as of late said that fans shouldn't expect the outcome of Negan's ruthless strike to play out precisely as it does in the funnies. "I don't think we would do the material equity on the off chance that we just spewed it word for word," he told Digital Spy. "There are famous minutes, and there are things that we will pay tribute to, and regardless of the possibility that we don't do it the very same way that we discover it in the comic book, we will discover a path for aficionados of the realistic novel to feel like they are getting their cash's worth."