‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Spoilers: Glenn, Daryl Survive Negan & Lucille?
Latest “The Walking Dead” season 7 spoilers suggest that Glenn and Daryl might be alive. Could they have survive Negan and Lucille’s wrath, as witnessed in the cliffhanger of season 6 finale?Advertisement
Latest reports provided the latest evidence as to why Glenn and Daryl could have survived Negana and Lucille’s deadly rage.
“The Walking Dead” Season 7 Filming
Cast members Steven Yeun and Norman Reedus who play Glenn and Daryl respectively, were spotted in the production of AMC’s The Walking Dead season 7 in Peachtree City, Georgia.
The report added that the two cast members were together when they witness a minor car accident and helped the victim and called for paramedics, according to TMZ.
In season finale of “The Walking Dead” Season 6, someone was on the receiving end of Negan’s baseball bat which was covered with barbed wire. When the finale ended, the speculations are intense that either Daryl or Glenn was the one who was hit.
Vine Report now added that the post-apocalyptic series’ fans are now entertaining other scenarios.
“Some fans noted that it is possible the actors are being kept on the location in order to conceal who actually died,” the report said. “Majority of the initial filming is also said to take place in-studio at night to prevent the possible leaked information.”
“The Walking Dead” Season 7 Release Date
Reportedly, “The Walking Dead Season 7” release date is on October 9, 2016. Right at the very first episode, fans may already know who met a fatal fate through Negan’s baseball bat.
“I can say without spoiling anything that things are going to start of very, very, very dark.” showrunner Scott Gimple said, as reported by Den of Geek.
“The Walking Dead” Season 7 Spoilers: Nothing is as it seems!
Tyler James Williams, who plays as Noah in season 5, told Entertainment Weekly that he already know who will die in the next season. However, he prefers to remain silent amidst the interviewer’s question.
“We all still speak and they kind of keep me up to date and stuff on what’s going on and all of that. … You have to understand [showrunner Scott M. Gimple] knows everything seasons and seasons out, so people knew, but we can’t say anything,” he told. “No one can say anything. So it’s actually better to say that we don’t know.”