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7.16 "The First Day of the Rest Of Your Life"
TVGuide.co.uk's Walking Dead companion cast. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the Alexandrians forge a plan with Saviour traitor Dwight (Austin Aurelio), but can he be trusted? Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) has agreed to turn against her former friends for Negan (Dean Jeffrey Morgan), but can she be trusted? Will King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) keep his word and join the battle against the Saviours? And can Maggie (Lauren Cohan) lead the Hill Top now Gregory(Xander Berkeley) is gone? We talk all things about the killer season finale Walking Dead 'The First Day of the Rest Of Your Life' while watching the episode in real time.
Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E16 ‘The First Day of the Rest Of Your Life’ is glorious yet flawed
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'The First Day of the Rest Of Your Life' really had everything one could ask for in a season finale. There was an important death, ample action and twists a-plenty. Great strides were made in the plot. Finally Rick and Alexandria, for the first time all season, have survived an encounter with the Saviours on top. Put short, the season finale was a spectacle and showcase for how to make a season finale.
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REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E15 ‘Something They Need’ is a rushed disappointment
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The Walking Dead is hurtling towards a violent confrontation with alarming pace. The only problem now is it’s doing it with too much pace. One episode before the eagerly-awaited series finale, The Walking Dead rushes, skips and avoids unnecessary storylines in its eagerness to get to the finish line. The result is a disjointed and disappointing experience.
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Podcast
7.15 "Something They Need"
TVGuide.co.uk's Walking Dead companion cast. Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) finds herself in a precarious situation as Negan (Dean Jeffrey Morgan) makes a tempting offer. Maggie (Lauren Cohan) finds leadership suits her and Gregory (Xander Berkeley) feels his hold on power slipping. Meanwhile, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the Alexandrians seize weapons from Oceanside. We talk all things Walking Dead season seven episode fifteen 'Something They Need', including the show's pacing issues, Negan's customised approach to prisoners and whether the Alexandrians are really any better than the Saviours.
Podcast
7.14 "The Other Side"
TVGuide.co.uk's Walking Dead companion cast. Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Rosita (Christian Serratos join forces to take the matter of Negan (Dean Jeffrey Morgan) into their own hands, while Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) have a long-overdue heart-to-heart. We talk all things Walking Dead season seven episode fourteen 'The Other Side' while watching the episode in real time.
Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E14 ‘The Other Side’ builds the tension
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'The Other Side' was a mixed bag as an episode. What it lacked in action and tension - something The Walking Dead's typical formula rarely fails to deliver on - it made up for in character backstories and stunning emotional interactions between characters. It also made some questionable directorial decisions, namely the use of uninspiring music to convey far too little over far too long a time.
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7.13 "Bury Me Here"
King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) faces a huge decision while Morgan (Lennie James) suffers a crisis of faith when he is confronted by his worst fears for the second time around. Carol (Melissa McBride) is beginning to suspect the truth and Richard (Karl Makinen) is prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice to get people to listen to him. We talk all things Walking Dead season seven episode thirteen 'Bury Me Here', including Lennie James' unbelievable acting, shock deaths and the meaning of family and community on the series.
Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E13 ‘Bury Me Here’ breaks Morgan and fans’ hearts
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‘Bury Me Here’ was an example of The Walking Dead at its best. At heart, it was a human story. It was about loss, denial and grief. It was about what happens when tragedy strikes twice – and how far people will go to avoid and ignore it. Once again, it is truly ironic that a show about a zombie apocalypse can regularly tell some of the most human stories on television.
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7.12 "Say Yes"
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Michonne (Danai Gurrira) go on a day trip in The Walking Dead's surprising romcom episode, while Rosita (Christian Serratos) continues to seek revenge. We talk all things episode twelve, including gruesome walkers, THAT death fake out and a suicide mission. We also discuss which character is most likely to die at the end of season seven - and it's not who you'd think.
Interview
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: The Walking Dead’s Josh McDermitt on Eugene’s betrayal
Could Eugene be playing the long game? TVGuide.co.uk caught up with actor Josh McDermitt at London’s Walker Stalker Convention to chat about Eugene’s betrayal, filming with Jeffrey Dean Morgan and what to expect for the season seven finale.
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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: The Walking Dead’s Christian Serratos on Rosita’s revenge
We sat down with Rosita actor Christian Serratos at London’s Walker Stalker Convention to chat all about the impact of Abraham’s death on Rosita and why she’s sure the season seven finale will leave fans “satisfied”.
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News
The Walking Dead’s Khary Payton on those King Ezekiel and Carol romance rumours
The Walking Dead‘s Khary Payton has spoken out about a possible romance between King Ezekiel and Carol Peletier on the show.
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The Walking Dead’s Xander Berkeley compares Gregory to Donald Trump
The Walking Dead actor Xander Berkeley has compared his character, Hill Top leader Gregory, to US President Donald Trump.
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan explains Negan’s sympathetic backstory at Walker Stalker Con
Jeffrey Dean Morgan delighted fans today at London’s Walker Stalker Convention by relaying to the crowd the backstory behind The Walking Dead‘s biggest ever villain, created by showrunner Scott Gimple.
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Interview
Norman Reedus, Greg Nicotero and Christian Serratos talk The Walking Dead s7
We sat down with series stars Norman Reedus and Christian Serratos as well as executive producer and special effects guru Greg Nicotero to talk about the unstoppable seventh season, diverging from the Walking Dead Comics and the show’s enthusiastic fanbase.
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Josh McDermitt, Austin Amelio and Tom Payne talk The Walking Dead s7 finale
We sat down with series stars Josh McDermitt, Austin Amelio and Tom Payne to talk about what filming the new season was like, what they can tease for the futures of their characters and what exactly might be in store for the “satisfying” finale.
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Ross Marquand, Seth Gilliam and Alanna Masterson talk The Walking Dead s7
We sat down with series stars Ross Marquand, Seth Gilliam and Alanna Masterson to chat how they've found the new season, the criticism surrounding the first half of the season and exactly how amazing the s7 finale is going to be.
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Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E12 ‘Say Yes’ is as fun as a broken down fair ride
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The Walking Dead hasn’t really tried a comedy episode since last season’s introduction of Jesus, in which Jesus made a fool of seasoned apocalypse veterans Rick and Daryl. ‘Say Yes’ was very much along the same lines, though not as effective and veering on ridiculous at times. It worked as a brief respite from the intensity of season seven, and a playful moment when Michonne used her sniper gun to shoot targets at a funfair was inspired, but other moments were silly.
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7.11 "Hostiles and Calamities"
How will Eugene react to life in the sadistic and violent Sanctuary? How will Negan react to Daryl's escape from imprisonment? Is Dwight really Negan's devoted servant? We talk all things episode eleven, including one character's striking change of heart, another character's loss of humanity and THAT absolutely shocking death. Warning: spoilers.
Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E11 ‘Hostiles and Calamities’ is a powerful journey of fear
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‘Hostiles and Calamities’ is undoubtedly the highlight of part 7B so far, even if little happened in terms of progressing the season’s plot. The episode filled us with insight on two thoroughly interesting characters, and how they adapt to the world with which they are presented. It was a clear and defined journey. It was at times wondrous, at times horrifying, and at times heartbreaking. In short, it was exactly what a good episode of television should be like.
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REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E10 ‘New Best Friends’ is building up to something beautiful
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‘New Best Friends’ is The Walking Dead finally picking up the pace. In the episode, the Alexandrians made a crucial allegiance and Richard and Daryl tried to get the Kingdom on-side. Just the way these two storylines came together was a refreshing change from the first half of the season. We were not left hanging on what happened to Rick’s group, nor Daryl’s acclimatisation to the Kingdom. Something powerful is building here, and in ‘New Best Friends’ we could feel it.
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Podcast 11: 7.10 "New Best Friends"
Who are the formidable new community who have Rick cornered? Why did they take Father Gabriel? What does Richard have planned to convince Ezekiel to act - and how does Daryl factor into it? How will Daryl fit into life at the Kingdom? We talk all things episode ten, including Rick's unlikely alliance, Richard's desperate plans and THAT long-awaited reunion.
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Podcast 10: 7.09 "Rock in the Road"
Finally, The Walking Dead is back from its midseason break and so are Susan and Amy! In 7.09 "Rock in the Road", Rick and the Alexandrians go in search of help in the fight against Negan and the Saviours. Can they convince the Hill Top's Gregory or the Kingdom's Ezekiel? And who exactly are this new community? We talk all things episode nine, including Father Gabriel's surprise betrayal, the nature of Ezekiel's affections for Carol and the practicality of cheesewiring zombies.
Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E9 ‘Rock In The Road’ sets the stage for an epic season 7B
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What it was was perfectly fine and – unfortunately – necessary. As much as fans of The Walking Dead want the oft-criticised slow pace of 7A to end, ‘The Rock in the Road’ was about setting the stage for what is to come. This will hopefully include action and revenge and Rick’s group finally coming out on top.
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Interview
INTERVIEW: The Walking Dead’s Lennie James talks action-packed season 7B
We spoke to Walking Dead star Lennie James, who plays Morgan on the show, about what we can expect in season 7B, the criticism of 7A, and how the zombie apocalypse compares with Trump’s America.
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Podcast 9: 7.08 "Hearts Still Beating"
The Walking Dead has attracted some criticism through season seven, so did 'Hearts Still Beating' make up for it? Will Negan in Alexandria lead to bloodshed on a similar scale as 'The Day Will Come When You Won't Be'? Will Daryl escape the Sanctuary? Will Rosita succeed in her one-woman mission to destroy Negan - or can Father Gabriel talk her out of it? As always, we recap the episode and answer all of these questions with our own unique take on The Walking Dead!
News
When will The Walking Dead return on FOX?
The first half of season seven literally ended last night, but already we want more. Thankfully, FOX is happy to provide the answer to the question on all of our lips after that series finale.
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Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E8 ‘Hearts Still Beating’ is back to brilliant
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Like ‘The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be’ was about the figurative death of Rick Grimes, ‘Hearts Still Beating’ was his rebirth. It took a lot for this to happen. It took working his arse off on a supply run, only for his partner to be nearly kicked to death. It took surrendering every instinct to attack in order to protect, only to continue seeing fear and death in his home. It took seeing the very friends and family he sought to protect recklessly seeking out the danger and revenge he would not. It was so excellently done that by the time Rick rejoined forces with Maggie and Daryl at the end after an hour of fear and death, it was oddly uplifting.
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Podcast 8: 7.07 "Sing Me A Song"
Will Carl succeed in his mission to kill Negan - or will he meet a gruesome death? Can Spencer become a man of action? What exactly does Michonne have planned? Is this all leading to an epic finale? All these questions answered and more in Susan and Amy's weekly coverage of The Walking Dead season 7.
Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E7 ‘Sing Me a Song’ sets the stage for a thrilling finale
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We were starting to wonder when this season of The Walking Dead was going to get started. Finally, in season 7 episode 7 ‘Sing Me A Song’, things began to fall into place. The pace hastened and vital characters moved into precarious positions for what we hope is a finale to match the sensation of the season opener ‘The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be’.
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News
Walking Dead star speaks out over departure rumours
Carl Grimes actor Chandler Riggs has finally spoken out to put fans’ worries at risk in a new interview with the Hollywood Reporter.
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Podcast 7: 7.06 "Swear"
Where have Tara and Heath been all this time? What is the tragic - and terrifying - secret behind this new all-female community? Was that really a Heath zombie or a female lookalike? All these questions answered and more in Susan and Amy's weekly coverage of The Walking Dead season 7.
Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E6 ‘Swear’ asks uncomfortable questions about morality
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‘Swear’ has none of the pace or intensity that characterised the rather excellent episodes at the start of season seven, but it is still miles better than last week’s ‘Go Getters’. It explores a new community while at the same time adding yet more depth to the extent of Negan’s control and power. It centres around an underused and likeable character, providing optimism where The Walking Dead has so often this season offered only misery. It asks interesting questions about morality, seen through the discussion between Tara and newbie Cyndie. Is there such thing as good and evil, or is there simply advantage and those too weak to seek it?
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News
The Walking Dead US ratings drop to lowest in four years
The Walking Dead‘s ratings have suffered a drastic fall in the US, where it airs on cable channel AMC. The zombie apocalypse series started season seven with its second highest audience ever, 17.03 million, but this number dropped to 12.5 million for episode two and has since fallen further.
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Ofcom is investigating The Walking Dead after those gruesome Negan murders
British television regulator Ofcom is investigating The Walking Dead for graphically violent scenes it believes may have breached protocol. Despite FOX airing a cut version of the episode compared to AMC in the US, enough fans complained to Ofcom about the graphic scenes to warrant an official investigation.
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Podcast 6: 7.05 "Go Getters"
Will Maggie and Sasha overthrow the Hill Top? Will Carl and Enid FINALLY give into their UST? Is this actually the most boring episode ever? All these questions answered and more in Susan and Amy's weekly coverage of The Walking Dead season 7.
Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E5 ‘Go Getters’ sinks to series low
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The Walking Dead‘s fifth offering of its seventh season had a lot of potential. Maggie and Sasha visiting the Hill Top community, the return of Jesus, and Carl finally gaining the balls his father no longer has. There was a lot there to work with. Unfortunately, all ‘Go Getters’ got was a sigh of relief after the ending theme was over. It suffered from a focus on uninteresting characters, an unwillingness to commit to fleshing out the Hill Top as a community and the fact that it was all rather dull.
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News
Is this Walking Dead favourite quitting the series?
Walking Dead fans are in uproar over the news that Chandler Riggs, who plays Carl Grimes, could be quitting the series.
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Podcast
Podcast 5: 7.04 "Service"
Will Rick submit entirely to Negan's every desire? Will the residents of Alexandria launch a fight back? Why on Earth was this episode feature-length? All these questions answered and more in Susan and Amy's weekly coverage of The Walking Dead season 7.
Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E4 ‘Service’ is an excessive dollop of unnecessary misery
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We’ve had such a run of excellent The Walking Dead episodes that it had to come to an end soon – and painfully. Monday’s fourth and feature-length offering ‘Service’ contains none of the thrill, shock or emotion of the previous episodes, and as such it is the weakest episode of the season so far.
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Podcast 4: 7.03 "The Cell"
Will Daryl survive brutal torture by nauseatingly-cheery pop music? What sort of sadistic plans has Negan got in store for the group? Is Dwight really a complete a**? All these questions answered and more in Susan and Amy's weekly coverage of The Walking Dead season 7.
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REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E3 ‘The Cell’ is a lesson in the power of juxtaposition
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In many ways, there were a lot of parallels between Rick and Daryl's ordeals. If you still had any inkling of doubt over Negan’s monstrous personality (you didn’t), ‘The Cell’ confirms that he is indeed as twisted, sadistic and brutal as first indicated. Negan likes to break people, and he likes his people compliant – two points doubly hammered home again tonight.However, in many ways ‘The Cell’ told a different story – and ultimately, it reached a surprising outcome.
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Podcast 3: 7.02 "The Well"
Could Carol be heading towards a trap? Join Walking Dead fans Susan and Amy as we discuss the charismatic King Ezekiel, Carol's journey back towards the light and the heavy symbolism in the 'The Well'.
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REVIEW: The Walking Dead S7 E2 ‘The Well’ is a clever respite from the horrors of Negan
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S7 E2 ‘The Well’ is a much-needed respite from the foreboding paranoia of last week’s Negan spectacular, and yet its focus is oddly similar. While last week we examined the character of leader of the Saviours Negan contrasted with leader of Alexandria Rick, this week we met a new leader of a survivor colony. He could not be further from what we expected. In fact, he’s a buoyant, charming and (apparently) decent individual guy. Where ‘The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be’ seemed to brutally crush all semblance of hope, ‘The Well’ goes some way to restoring it. It does so magnificently.
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Podcast
Podcast 2: 7.01 "The Day Will Come When You Won't Be"
Join Walking Dead fans Susan and Amy as we discuss the shocking and gruesome season seven opener, fan outrage at the violence and the cheap tricks employed by the show to play with fan emotions.
News
Negan’s victim speaks out about “iconic” death scene
[SPOILER] has spoken about [SPOILER]’s “iconic” death scene at the hands of Negan in The Walking Dead season seven.
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News
Negan’s victim speaks out about massive effort to keep shock Walking Dead twist secret
The Walking Dead‘s cast lied to fans for more than a year about not knowing who died at the hands of new villain Negan at the end of season six, according to [SPOILER] actor [SPOILER].
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Review
REVIEW: The Walking Dead 7.01 ‘The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be’ is traumatic viewing
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It was not that the answer to the murder-mystery cliffhanger from last season was unexpected. The majority of fans and press got that right to some extent. The grisly deaths of Abraham and Glenn played only a supporting role in the episode’s narrative. ‘The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be’ is a masterfully woven depiction of a sadistic, torturous manipulator breaking his most defiant adversary’s spirit entirely.
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Podcast
Podcast 1: Preseason speculation: Who went on a date with Lucille?
Join Walking Dead fans Susan and Amy in our preseason The Walking Dead podcast as we discuss our theories on who went on a date with Lucille.
News
Does this new Walking Dead promo image reveal the arrival of another set of villains?
A new Walking Dead season seven promotional image has sparked speculation that comic villains The Whisperers could be appearing in the newest series of the show.
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Review
The Walking Dead 6.16 ‘Last Day on Earth’ will give you a heart attack
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The episode was the epitome of why The Walking Dead is the most watched show in the world – it was filled with agonising tension, powerful character development and played with the theme that the greatest danger in the world (even in a world overcome by murderous zombies) comes from other human beings.
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The Walking Dead 6.15 ‘East’ delivers jaw-dropping cliffhanger to set scene for spectacular finale
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Until that shocking moment in which we saw Dwight’s gun go off at close range towards Daryl, we were majorly underwhelmed with what was one of the series’ more quiet episodes. While it maintained the tense, engrossing atmosphere that The Walking Dead so masterfully creates – ‘East’ was probably not an episode anyone was going to remember.
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The Walking Dead 6.14 ‘Twice As Far’ delivers shock change from the comics
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The Walking Dead has been known to switch it up with deaths from the comic books in the television series, so we shouldn’t be completely taken aback by the latest cast member to meet a grisly end in the zombie survival drama – but we totally were.
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Negan
The terrifying and sadistic leader of The Saviours, Negan serves as the major antagonist for season seven.
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Aaron
A charitable young man who recruits Rick and the group to live in the community of Alexandria, where he becomes a valued member of their team.
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Rosita Espinosa
Feisty and brave, Rosita could be the apocalypse’s poster girl. She’s skilled with firearms and knives, level-headed in the face of danger and has no qualms about taking action where necessary.
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Sasha Williams
An excellent sharp-shooter, but her hardened exterior masks the fact she is still horribly scarred from the losses of her brother Tyreese and partner Bob.
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Eugene Porter
A resourceful and intelligent man, but not a natural survivor. His wits have kept him alive so far, but how long can that continue?
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Abraham Ford
The former army sergeant who dedicated himself to delivering pseudo-scientist Eugene to Washington DC, finding himself lost and angry after Eugene’s “cure” was revealed to be a lie.
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Morgan Jones
Traumatised by the loss of his wife and son, Morgan left the group a violent, reckless individual but returned a new man following a devout and honourable ethical code.
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Carol Peletier
The death of her abusive husband and the apocalypse have turned Carol into the ultimate survivor. She is an excellent fighter who is unafraid of making huge decisions for the welfare of the group.
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Maggie Greene
Originally the caring and loyal daughter of the farming family who took Rick and the group in, Maggie joined the survivors after losing everything.
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Michonne
Cool and collected, but initially distrustful of the other survivors - Michonne is a valuable, skilled and pragmatic member of the group with a tragic past.
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Daryl Dixon
A hunter and survivalist who found his skill set made him an asset post-apocalypse. He is fundamentally moral, but volatile - the perfect foil to leader Rick.
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Glenn Rhee
A plucky former pizza delivery boy and a supply runner for the people of Alexandria. His resourcefulness has seen him survive the brink of death several times, but is his time running out?
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Carl Grimes
The young son of Rick, Carl was forced to grow up fast after the apocalypse. The years have made Carl battle-hardened, and, worryingly, he seems to be developing a taste for bloodshed.
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Interview
Producer and Special Effects Guru Greg Nicotero
The Walking Dead is back. Not only that, as we’ve seen so far, it’s bigger and badder than ever, with phenomenal numbers of monstrous “walkers” appearing in episode one alone. We spoke to The Walking Dead producer and special effects guru Greg Nicotero about the sixth season.
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Ross Marquand
We speak to Ross Marquand, who plays Aaron in The Walking Dead about Aaron’s role and plot developments in the sixth season, playing a gay character in a high-profile US drama, and his thoughts on why The Walking Dead has been such a success.
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Melissa McBride talks Carol's journey
We speak to actor Melissa McBride at The Walking Dead fan convention Walker Stalker in London about the transformation of Carol from season one to present, what’s still to come in season six, and what she would personally like to see in the future for her character.
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Michael Cudlitz talks season 6 and incredible fans
We speak to Michael Cudlitz at Walking Dead fan convention Walker Stalker in London about season six, the fan reaction to Abraham and that famous moustache.
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Ross Marquand talks season six
We speak to Marquand at Walking Dead fan convention Walker Stalker in London about the series six, the show’s infamous cast turnover rate and what characters he’d love Aaron to share more scenes with.
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Sonequa Martin-Green and Kenric Green talk season 6
We speak to the zombie fighting husband and wife team Sonequa Martin-Green and Kenric Green about what’s coming up in season six, what it was like to join such a big show, and whether romance is in the air on-screen.
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Andrew Lincoln and Greg Nicotero talk season six
We speak to Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) and Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead executive producer, special effects makeup supervisor and director) about what’s still to come in season six, some of the show’s darkest moments and Rick’s intense psychological transformation.
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Michael Cudlitz, Ross Marquand and Josh McDermitt
We speak to Michael Cudlitz (Abraham), Ross Marquand (Aaron) and Josh McDermitt (Eugene), about what it was like to film those incredible scenes in episode 6.09, their characters ongoing romantic entanglements and which cast members they’d want with them should a real zombie apocalypse take place.
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Rick Grimes
A former sheriff deputy and the leader of his group of survivors, who will stop at nothing to ensure his people are safe.
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