Ah young love — it's almost enough to make you vomit. If the end of the world weren't tough enough, #AMC went and turned #TheWalkingDead into its own version of Dawson's Creek with Episode 5's "Go Getters," a mushy teen romance for the ages. Listen up Scott Gimple, the only mush we want on this show is the mushing of people's brain matter. As the rest of the groups tear apart, it looks like Chandler Riggs's Carl and Katelyn Nacon's Enid are getting closer than ever.
Some people just can't catch a break in the zombie apocalypse, can they? Inbetween showrunner Scott M. Gimple splitting up couples with a wire-wrapped baseball bat, another budding partnership has also become a casualty of Season 7. During the the Walker Stalker Cruise in the Bahamas, one audience member yelled out their support for a relationship between Norman Reedus's Daryl Dixon and Tom Payne's Jesus. In attendance at the panel were Reedus, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and SFX guru Greg Nicotero, with Nicotero quick to shoot down the Daryl and Jesus romance by saying:
Spoilers ahead for The Walking Dead Season 7 and comic books.
After last week's incredible Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead, we were all left in shock and awe, mostly shock. After witnessing Negan brutally execute two beloved central characters, we were all just relieved that Negan didn't kill anyone else.
Spoilers for The Walking Dead Season 7 and comic books follow!
Put down your packet of freeze-dried apocalypse food and pay attention, Episode 6 of The Walking Dead's seventh season wasn't actually that bad! Connecting the dots in a complicated web of characters like in a Ryan Murphy show, "Swear" saw the return of Heath and Tara — yeah, we forgot they existed too.
Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead definitely left a lot of fans in shock. With a more violent spectacle than ever, the premiere episode topped the list of most brutal Walking Dead episodes; we witnessed the murder of two beloved characters, Abraham and Glenn.
The Walking Dead's seventh season started out just how we all expected, but with a twist. We'd all expected Negan to kill one member of Rick's group but we never imagined the season would premiere with the death of two beloved cast members. It was quite unbelievable at first sight, but we definitely knew something shocking was in store for the Season 7 premiere after so much hype had been built up in the Season 6 finale.
For one, Abraham's death was all but foreshadowed last season with the heavy emphasis on Abraham's story coming full arc - evident by the resolutions Abraham made with Rosita and Sasha. Then tacking on the Season 7 clip revealed a few weeks ago, it was pretty much closing the door for Abraham on The Walking Dead.
We may have weighed anchor for another year on Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story, but when the show sets sail again next year, where could we be heading?
AMC's #TheWalkingDead has never been one for the kiddies, but as we opened up Season 7 (and the skulls of two of the characters), #RobertKirkman's show delivered its killer blow. It may have taken up until Episode 84, but TWD fulfilled its #comicbook legacy, after various fake-out deaths, and finally whacked #StevenYeun's Glenn Rhee.