‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Midseason Finale Spoilers: New Trailer Released! Josh McDermitt Hits Tragic & Bloody Ending! Air Date, News, Update
The most explosive season of "The Walking Dead" Season 7 is about to hit the midseason mark with Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) spreading more doom as he returns to Alexandria. Season 7 opened with Negan killing Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and Glenn (Steven Yeun). In the upcoming episode, the ruthless leader of the Saviors may again have blood on his hands.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly Morning Live, Josh McDermitt teased that the "The Walking Dead" Season 7 midseason finale "ends with a bang." In this new trailer for the episode that was just released, Rick and Aaron face a pond of walkers.
As seen here, the two seem to have their hands full already. It is possible that Negan may take Judith and this paints a grim picture for Rick and his crew in "The Walking Dead" Season 7. Because episode 7 saw Rick out searching for supplies and Negan with baby Judith, McDermitt added that Rick will hopefully return to Alexandria before it's too late.
Who Will Die in 'The Walking Dead' Midseason Finale?
"Everything is going to do go down in Alexandria," said McDermitt. Is it possible that another fan favorite character might be killed off by the bat-wielding Negan in "The Walking Dead" Season 7 midseason finale?
It was suggested that Carl (Chandler Riggs) might be killed off in "The Walking Dead" Season 7. The actor Riggs was recently accepted to Auburn University and his admission to the school may make him too busy for filming a TV series. This gives the writers the perfect opportunity to write him off. Carl's death could be the aggressive push that Rick needs to go against Negan's reign of terror.
So far, ratings for "The Walking Dead" Season 7 have steadily been going down, the lowest they've been since 2012. Perhaps the next episode, titled "Hearts Still Beating," will be exciting enough to draw more viewers back in. Catch the midseason finale of "The Walking Dead" on Sunday, Dec. 11, at 9 p.m. EST only on AMC.