The Walking Dead Season 7 may be six months away, but fans are already looking for any news about the new season, such as the answer to the biggest question in the show’s history: who did Negan kill?
While that question hasn’t been answered yet by Walking Dead fans even though they are really trying to figure it out, there may be one little piece of news that should interest viewers of the show, and that’s a possible new celebrity cameo.
It looks like Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick may be making his way to the series a walker. Chris, who hosts The Walking Dead after show, has been a hardcore fan of the series since the beginning and may finally be getting a chance to make an appearance.
“I talked to [Greg] Nicotero tonight, and I said that if the offer was still open I would go down and be a [walker], they could make me up like a walker, and he said that they would, so I might get to be a walker. I would not be front and center, I’d be in the background somewhere. You’d have to pause and draw an arrow so you could see it.”
If Chris Hardwick were to head to Georgia, where The Walking Dead films, he would no doubt see a few scenes from upcoming episodes and that means he’d have spoilers. While Chris says he never knows what is going to happen on the show, it looks like he would have to keep his mouth shut on what he saw while on set with the cast.
Meanwhile, Chris recently revealed who he thinks Negan killed during the brutal and highly talked about Season 6 finale of The Walking Dead.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Hardwick says that he believes the beloved character fans will be forced to say goodbye to in Season 7 will be Glenn Rhee, who is actually killed by Negan in the comic book series.
“I can’t help but think it’s Glenn. I don’t know how it could be anyone else, but I don’t know. I don’t know.”
For many Walking Dead fans, there are basically only three characters that could have possibly been killed by Negan and those characters are Glenn, Daryl, and Abraham.
Meanwhile, some are hoping that Abraham will be the one to go, and they think that because of his emotional scenes in the finale and the brave way he looked at Negan without any fear in his eyes may have led the villain to choose him instead of Glenn or Daryl.
It seems that the great Walking Dead debate will be going on all way until October when the show finally returns for Season 7, and until that time, fans will be scouring the internet for spoilers, news, and any evidence of who could have been killed off.
What are your thoughts on the latest Walking Dead spoilers?
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