The Walking Dead Season 7 changed the show dramatically when it premiered last year, introducing the threatening new villain of Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) – and, more importantly, his trusted baseball bat, Lucille.
Since then, the series has delivered some of its most gruelling, grisly and nastiest violence to date, with the season’s real horror coming from seeing Andrew Lincoln’s Rick, once the hero of the story, beaten down and made to follow Negan’s leadership.
“The quality of the episodes in this first half of Season 7 has been strong and the performance of Jeffrey Dean Morgan has been impeccable. Taking on such an iconic role from the comic books, he has been able to produce the fear, apprehension and charisma the character needs,” we wrote in our review of the mid-season finale.
After half a season of Negan terrorising Alexandria’s survivors, though, the question is: can they rise up against him? And will that have anything to do with that mysterious figure seen watching Rick load supplies into the truck in Episode 8?
The good news is that we don’t have long to wait to find out: The Walking Dead Season 7 Part 2 will premiere on Monday 13th February at 9pm on FOX UK, within 24 hours of its US debut. The really good news? If you’re still to catch up, you can stream all 91 previous episodes of The Walking Dead on-demand through Sky Box Sets – and, if you don’t have Sky, on contract-free VOD service NOW TV. For a monthly subscription of £6.99, you can also stream Season 7 Part 2 live and on catch-up for 30 days after broadcast. For more information, click here, or brace yourself for more Negan with the new trailer:
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