‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Spoilers: Jeffrey Dean Morgan Promoted To Series Regular – Negan’s Reign Of Terror To Stay

'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Spoilers: Jeffrey Dean Morgan Promoted To Series Regular - Negan's Reign Of Terror To Stay

The Walking Dead Season 7 spoilers reveal that Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) has been promoted by TWD showrunners to a series regular. That confirms the rumors that Negan will be sticking around and will be the “Big Bad” of Season 7.

But it’s not just JDM that got the boost from the network, there were three others that were also promoted to season regulars starting in Season 7. Paul Rovio, aka Jesus, (Tom Payne) plus Savior Dwight (Austin Amelio) and, leader of the Hilltop Gregory (Xander Berkley) will all be around for a while.Fans of The Walking Dead graphic novels know that Negan is a critical part of the stories from issue 100 going forward and is a centric character – this Walking Dead spoiler indicates the show will follow a similar path to the comics, at least in some regards.

Fans of The Walking Dead graphic novels know that Negan is a critical part of the stories from issue 100 going forward and is a centric character – this Walking Dead spoiler indicates the show will follow a similar path to the comics, at least in some regards.

This casting update is great news for TWD fans that loved the oh-so-bad Negan from the moment he appeared in The Walking Dead Season 6 and were thrilled that Jeffrey Dean Morgan landed the gig. But that didn’t totally make up for the fan rage over the Season 6 cliffhanger.

Other Season 7 spoilers relate to whom Negan killed and the Spoil the Dead forum has some insight based on a shooting tracker that TWD set-watchers update as they see actors on the set in Georgia. Everyone is expecting one death at Negan’s hands, but spoilers tease there may be two! Showrunners said that they would take a hard left from the graphic novels that saw Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun) met his demise at the end of

Showrunners said that they would take a hard left from the graphic novels that saw Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun) met his demise at the end of Negan’s beloved bat Lucille. TWD producer and writer Scott Gimple talked to Entertainment Weekly about the Season 6 finale kill.Gimple’s remarks may have hinted at two deaths. He told EW of the show compared to the comic, “So will it be different? Absolutely. Will it be the same thing? Absolutely.” But what does that mean? When you combine that spoiler hint with the shooting schedule, it seems to indicate a double death.

Gimple’s remarks may have hinted at two deaths. He told EW of the show compared to the comic, “So will it be different? Absolutely. Will it be the same thing? Absolutely.” But what does that mean? When you combine that spoiler hint with the shooting schedule, it seems to indicate a double death.Neither Steven Yeun nor Michael Cudlitz

'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Spoilers: Jeffrey Dean Morgan Promoted To Series Regular - Negan's Reign Of Terror To Stay

Neither Steven Yeun nor Michael Cudlitz have been seen shooting in Atlanta except for an episode or two at the beginning of the Season 7. The season reportedly filmed the aftermath of the death scene plus a flashback scene early on when these two were around.After that, according to reports from the set, there have been no sightings of the two actors. Does that mean both Glenn and Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) died at the hands of Negan? That would fit with what Gimple said.

After that, according to reports from the set, there have been no sightings of the two actors. Does that mean both Glenn and Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) died at the hands of Negan? That would fit with what Gimple said. Since Glenn died in the comics, him dying as Season 7 kicks off would make it “the same.” Then, if Negan killed Abraham, that would also be “different.” If you recall the Season 6 finale, everyone in the lineup of potential victims was mentally (or physically broken) except two.

Since Glenn died in the comics, him dying as Season 7 kicks off would make it “the same.” Then, if Negan killed Abraham, that would also be “different.” If you recall the Season 6 finale, everyone in the lineup of potential victims was mentally (or physically broken) except two.The only two that remained defiant were Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) and Abraham. The only one who met

The only two that remained defiant were Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) and Abraham. The only one who met Negan’s eyes fearlessly was Abraham – that makes him a threat, plus he’s the biggest guy in Rick Grimes’ (Andrew Lincoln) group. Negan is known to be a man who will not kill women and children, so Carl’s defiance wouldn’t faze him. But Abraham could be a problem since he’s one of the most dangerous members of Rick’s alliance. Taking out Abraham would be a smart move.

Negan is known to be a man who will not kill women and children, so Carl’s defiance wouldn’t faze him. But Abraham could be a problem since he’s one of the most dangerous members of Rick’s alliance. Taking out Abraham would be a smart move.We’ve got just two weeks until the Season 7 trailer

We’ve got just two weeks until the Season 7 trailer premieres at Comic-Con in San Diego on July 22, but The Walking Dead spoilers tease we won’t find out who died in the trailer – there may not even be a hint of that cliffhanger mystery.

Instead, what may be revealed is who will play the leader of a new community called The Kingdom. The two men that saved Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride) and Morgan Jones (Lennie James) were armored up and rode horses, as the men of The Kingdom are in the comics.The Walking Dead spoilers tease that the role of King Ezekiel has been cast and AMC is using an animatronic tiger (plus digital effects) to recreate the big cat owned by former zookeeper Ezekiel. The Comic-Con trailer is rumored to focus on the new character and his furry friend.

The Walking Dead spoilers tease that the role of King Ezekiel has been cast and AMC is using an animatronic tiger (plus digital effects) to recreate the big cat owned by former zookeeper Ezekiel. The Comic-Con trailer is rumored to focus on the new character and his furry friend.

As for the four characters and their portrayers that have been locked in as regulars for Season 7, Negan will be a major plot point as the new season kicks off on Sunday, October 9. We’ll see the various communities that Negan terrorizes become increasingly frustrated then unite to take him down.Negan and Dwight will kidnap Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and try to convert him to be a Savior. Jesus will continue to be important to Rick, particularly since Rick will be left reeling from the Negan kills and the loss of Daryl as a result of

Negan and Dwight will kidnap Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and try to convert him to be a Savior. Jesus will continue to be important to Rick, particularly since Rick will be left reeling from the Negan kills and the loss of Daryl as a result of Negan’s holding him hostage. Plus, Gregory, the leader of Hilltop, will go toe-to-toe with Maggie in a power struggle as she settles in to spend time at Hilltop likely due to her medical issues with the pregnancy that was in trouble at the end of Season 6.

Plus, Gregory, the leader of Hilltop, will go toe-to-toe with Maggie in a power struggle as she settles in to spend time at Hilltop likely due to her medical issues with the pregnancy that was in trouble at the end of Season 6.Even though we’ve got three months until the Season 7 premiere, the spoilers unfolding are exciting. Stay tuned to CDL for all the hottest The Walking Dead Season 7 spoilers as news breaks leading up to the season premiere.

Even though we’ve got three months until the Season 7 premiere, the spoilers unfolding are exciting. Stay tuned to CDL for all the hottest The Walking Dead Season 7 spoilers as news breaks leading up to the season premiere.

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