The Walking Dead Season 7 premiere is inching closer, and fans are still obsessing over who Negan killed in the Season 6 finale. While most fans have come to the conclusion that the character of Glenn Rhee will be revealed as the victim when the series returns to AMC in October, new evidence could suggest otherwise.
According to Cleveland, new Walking Dead footage may have just revealed that Glenn is alive, but that another member of the group is not. In a newly released promo for Season 7, fans see Carol, Morgan, and Tara in various scenes. This means that they are all likely still alive, which isn't a surprise to fans since none of them were in Negan's death lineup. The promo also gives fans a glimpse into the inner workings of Negan's system, and how he treats the people that he rules over.
However, singer Demi Lovato, who is a big Walking Dead fan, recently shared a recorded video message that some of the cast members made her for her birthday. In the message, the actors who play Rick, Daryl, Eugene, and Glenn are all seen. Could this mean that actor Steven Yeun has been on set filming, and that Glenn may not be dead after all? If so, the show may have pulled the wool over fans' eyes these past months.
Could The Walking Dead kill off two big characters in the first minutes of the Season 7 premiere? It seems very possible, and since no one really knows what to expect, it would be a shock to viewers, who are already trying to mentally prepare themselves for an intense and sad death scene.
Meanwhile, Moviefone has set photos that reportedly show who is still alive in Season 7. The photos show the actors who play Rick, Tara, Aaron, and Michonne filming scenes. The Character of Daryl has also reportedly been seen on set filming scenes past the season premiere episode. This makes Glenn and Abraham's fate continue to look grim. However, one scene released by AMC does show the character of Dwight riding Daryl's motorcycle and wearing his leather angel winged vest. This has lead to some speculation that Daryl could die sometime in Season 7 as well.
"Oh, I've heard it. I've heard it all. But, you know, it's entertaining. It's compelling and some people like cliffhangers, some people hate them, and that's just part of the experience. But I hope those people that feel jilted will tune in because the premiere is just going to be… oh God, it's going to rock the walls. The wait is worth it. Whether you're angry with it or whether you liked the cliffhanger or whether you're p***ed off about it, the wait is worth it," she promises.It looks like The Walking Dead fans will just have to tough it out until Season 7 begins airing on October 23. Only then will the question of who Negan killed finally be answered, and will likely set the internet on fire with fan reactions.[Image via AMC]