‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7: Melissa McBride Drops Hint About Who Survives
There are theories upon theories about who Negan killed in The Walking Dead Season 6 finale, but what if we were to approach this whole thing differently and focus on who might have survived, instead?
TWD actress Melissa McBride has given us a bit of a head start here, alluding to the fact that one specific key character in Negan’s lineup will live to see another day.
In a video chat with the Los Angeles Times, Carol Peletier’s real life counterpart seemingly hints that Daryl Dixon will survive because we’re not done with Caryl yet.
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“It’s going to be interesting in Season 7 to see how these characters alone deal with the situations that they are in,” she says. “As far as, ‘what is their relationship?’ It’s just Daryl and Carol.”
It’s not a confirmation per se, but it certainly sounds like Melissa is saying there’s more room to work with this beloved pair when Season 7 kicks off in October.
This goes against a popular theory that Daryl might die at Negan’s hand, but who are we to question Melissa?!
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Speaking of Season 7, Lauren Cohan tells E! News, “We'll definitely be having a big resolution when we come back, right off the bat, so that should be of some relief to people.”
Adds Maggie Greene’s portrayer, “It will be very, very intense, and then we'll be exploring avenues and relationships that we haven't yet, but you'll definitely be taken on the roller coaster ride. The season comes back with a pretty intense, explosive start. That much I know.”
We’re so ready.
The Walking Dead Season 7 will premiere in the fall on AMC.
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