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Fans of AMC's THE WALKING DEAD are still in a frenzy over the controversial cliffhanger from the ending of Season 6. We finally saw the arrival of one of the most vicious characters to date in Negan, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan. He crossed paths with some of the most beloved characters on the show with a death sentence looming for one of them.
The Alexandrians/Rick's group were making a desperate attempt to get Maggie some help, who was having complications with her pregnancy when all hell broke loose when a mass amount of Saviors surrounded them all.
Fear dominated the faces of Rick, Michonne, Glenn, Daryl, Rosita, Carl, Maggie, Aaron, Eugene, Abraham and Sasha as they were forced down to their knees as Negan slowly paced back and forth with his barbed wire baseball bat Lucille in hand. Taking his time to choose one unlucky member of the group to bash with his bat. He did just that but us as an audience only saw the attack from a bloody POV of the victim thus leaving the world of TWD fans in shock.
We will have to wait until this fall to offcially find out who took the brutal beating which does not sit well with fans.
THE WALKING DEAD creator, Robert Kirkman was recently promoting his new TV series OUTCAST in a Reddit AMA when he was asked by a fan who isn't a native speaker of English, "Do Rick die?"
Kirkman responded with:
"He do eventually."
The creator went on to address the controversy saying:
“I just want to point out that a lot of what you seem to hate about the finale are your assumptions of how season 7 will start,” he wrote in response to the fan’s belief the death won’t have a lasting impact. “I assure you it will [have an impact]. You're welcome to be unhappy with the episode that aired. Was it a misstep? Maybe. Only time will tell.”
He adds in regards to showrunner Scott M. Gimple who has received a lot of the dissatisfaction from fans:
“Scott Gimple is a great guy who EVERY FAN would love if they could get to know him,” he said. “And he LOSES SLEEP trying to make the fan base happy. It may not seem that way, but it is. He loves the comic as much as the die hard fans of the comics do, he was a die hard fan of the comic before the show existed.”
Kirkman went on to say that he has already planned out the eventual conclusion for the show, but says that “it's not happening for a long, LOOOOOONG time.”
THE WALKING DEAD Season 7 will premiere on AMC this fall.