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Nicotero, Riggs & NSFW Photos Share Secrets of Pivotal “Walking Dead” Scene


What does the four-minute preview of “No Way Out”, The Walking Dead’s midseason return augur for the rest of Season 6? While showrunner Scott M. Gimple previously told THR that “Rick’s hand is safe”, we wouldn’t be surprised to see one of the former sheriff’s hands be savagely chopped off this season after AMC skipped over that reveal during The Governor’s arc. Since November, we’ve known that Negan is coming in the second half of the season, and that the character, who is part of Robert Kirkman’s comic book series, will be played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan. The Walking Dead episode 9 director Greg Nicotero gave Tech Insider a huge spoiler, indicating that Carl will indeed turn to the dark side. They’re outnumbered by Negan’s well-armed cronies. Finally snapping over the events from the past few weeks, Ron pulls a gun on Carl.

Best of all, the premiere still managed to set up new territory to explore in the process of sweeping out all the old. In “The Walking Dead’s” case, there must be enough dramatic plot elements to do that.
I don’t want to get too specific-I’ll be plenty specific in The Walking Dead recap on Monday morning-but there is/are a character(s) whose death feels wrong in a way I don’t remember having encountered from the series before. When she gets inside, they look out the window and see Michonne and Rick running with Carl in Rick’s arms. Without spoiling anything, we’ll just reiterate that in the comics, the hand-holding brigade fails to make their way through the sea of walkers without a casualty (or more).
Meanwhile, Glenn and Enid have made it into the walls and Glenn sends Enid up to help Maggie, while Glenn starts shooting to distract them.
The Walking Deadseason 6 midseason premiere is just hours away, and there’s a lot that AMC’s 2016 debut episode must do if it hopes to please fans.
Warning: There are massive spoilers ahead if you’re not caught up with “The Walking Dead“.
To commemorate the return of the popular TV series together with Valentine’s Day, Hallmark and AMC have teamed up to bring us Walking Dead Valentine’s Day Cards. Abraham and Sasha mow down the walkers as they close in on Glenn, hallelujah.
To understand that, we need to go back to this season’s sixth episode, Always Accountable, in which Daryl met the man we now know to be Dwight. This seems less likely to me, as Abraham’s death wouldn’t have almost the impact that Glenn’s did, but it still seems that Michael Cudlitz is on his way out. He also promised that as the zombies invade Alexandria, viewers can also expect more walkers that can fill their night with more creeps and fright.

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