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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Spoilers: Lauren Cohan Cries at New York Comic Con Panel; First Episode Title, Synopsis Revealed

‘Walking Dead’ Season 7 Spoilers

The Walkers will be back on our small screens in a few weeks and what comes with it are more and more gripping The Walking Dead Season 7 spoilers.

Fans of the show flocked to Madison Square Garden for some The Walking Dead Season 7 spoilers last Oct. 8, 2016. However, they are left disappointed as the cast remain tight-lipped. But what words cannot state, actions can express.

The New York Comic Con panel for the show consists of Steven Yeun, Danai Gurira, Lauren Cohan, Norman Reedus and Sonequa Martin.

Cohan got emotional when asked by the panel moderator, Chris Hardwick, on how she dealt with Season 6’s ending. Cohan plays Maggie Greene, eldest daughter of the Greene family, and as pointed by Hardwick, the last Greene and a very strong character.

Cohan cried after answering that everyone has been a huge part of their lives. She continued by thanking everyone who supported the show. She says it is a privilege and a great thing.

It remains a question what Cohan’s tears mean. It definitely adds up to the pile of things we should look forward to, since previously, we have figured out that Season 7 is going to be intense.

Meanwhile, another set of The Walking Dead Season 7 spoilers reveal the title of the first episode: The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be.

The official synopsis states what we saw on the last episode of the previous season with Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his group kneeling in front of Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and his group. The synopsis continues to confirm that Negan will do something that will haunt “those who survive forever.”

Even Morgan revealed what Negan will do on the first episode is “so strong and so shocking.”

This only fuels the fans’ anticipation, and fear, on what is about to happen on the season premiere.

The Walkers will be back on The Walking Dead this on Oct. 23, 2016 on AMC.

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