Posts Tagged ‘Season 7’
Last October Steven Yeun’s character, Glenn Rhee, was let go from the Walking Dead cast in dramatic and bloody fashion. For a minute Glenn appeared to dodge a canon bullet when Negan’s victim appeared to be someone else, but a couple minutes later, Lucille went for seconds. Controversially, Glenn was given a graphic death in […]
Negan is a cruel, cocky, arrogant bat-swinging baddie with little remorse for his actions. Rick Grimes is the central POV for The Walking Dead’s storyline and thus, must be more virtuous. But not by a large margin, at least not on TWD. Showrunner Scott Gimple told Comicbook.com he believes the two characters have a lot […]
Last season The Walking Dead saw its overall ratings share trend downward. Around 17.3 million viewers tuned in to watch Negan make Wendy’s Chili out of Abraham’s head last October, but the midseason premiere in February drew 11.35 million — a clear decline. Is this cause for concern? Josh Sapan, CEO of AMC, doesn’t feel […]
Given Negan’s tendency to cockily milk every victory for all it’s worth, you wonder how he hasn’t been abruptly eaten by a giant tiger already.
Next Sunday The Walking Dead will air “The First Day of The Rest of Your Life,” the season seven finale. Series star Norman Reedus was given a strange request by Yahoo TV. Since these guys have gotten good at dodging hints, Reedus was instead asked to supply “two lies and one truth” about what happens […]
Last Sunday, a disturbing little detail went unnoticed by most. We had to point it out.
In the closing minutes of last Sunday’s episode, Rosita and Sasha attempted to rescue Eugene from Fort Negan, unaware that he had already been assimilated. When that failed, Sasha locked Rosita out of the compound and declared she was going after Negan alone, surely a suicide mission. Just when Rosita is trying to figure out […]
Eugene has a big evening planned. Alternate gag: Eugene switches the cartridges out and begins playing Sinistar. When the Sinistar says “RUN, COWARD!” Eugene hangs his head and says, “That is an accurate assessment.”