'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Episode 4 Predictions SPOILERS: Will Maggie Move To Hilltop While Rick Deals With Negan In 'Service'?

By Belle Smith , Updated Nov 10, 2016 09:42 AM EST

It certainly looks like "The Walking Dead" Season 7 has been going out of its way to avoid dealing with the deaths of Abraham and Glenn. However, the series might finally deal with the consequences in "Service", which brings the focus back to Alexandria.

But what will happen in "The Walking Dead" Season 7 Episode 4? Is Maggie set to leave for Hilltop in "Service"? And how will Rick deal with Negan's first visit to Alexandria in the AMC series?

'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Episode 4 Predictions: Maggie Abandons Alexandria For Hilltop?

There is little doubt that Maggie is the one character who was deeply affected by the deaths in "The Walking Dead" Season 7 premiere. There are speculations that Glenn's widow will decide to leave Alexandria and join Jesus in Hilltop. After all, this is already something that Maggie has done in the comic book series.

Maggie's possible move to Hilltop could mean that "The Walking Dead" Season 7 will follow her comic book storyline. Unfortunately, this also means that Rick Grimes will lose another important member of his original group who could help him deal with Negan.

Rick Prepares For Negan's First Visit To Alexandria In 'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Episode 4

The promo for "The Walking Dead" Season 7 Episode 4 shows Negan making his way to Alexandria. The broken Rick Grimes has obviously still haven't gotten over what happened in the premiere. "I'm not in charge anymore," Rick tells the Alexandrians, stating that Negan has officially taken over the community.

There is no sign of Maggie in the promo for "The Walking Dead" Season 7 Episode 4, which suggests that she might no longer be in Alexandria. However, it certainly looks like there will be a lot of Negan in "Service".

"The Walking Dead" Season 7 Episode 4 is titled "Service". The episode wil air on AMC on November 13.

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