Walking Dead Season 8 Release Date, Spoilers: When will Episode 1 Premiere?


The Walking Dead concluded its seventh season last night with a dramatic finale - see a selection of the fan and castmember reactions to the events of the final episode below. Abraham and Sasha, but their love will never die.

As the season rolled on, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his colleagues plotted to stop Negan. It can be recalled that she has been so desperate to kill Negan and sometimes this interferes with her decision and judgment as per Daily Mail. The Saviors are now just as prepared to go to war as Rick is.

When it came to Negan and Rick facing each other, Negan was left shocked when Sasha came out of the coffin he had put her in, as a walker. Fans who tuned in for the season's penultimate episode "Something They Need" knew Eugene supplied her a small dose of poison like any good friend would, enabling her to concoct a devious plan, like an even better friend would.

Sasha's demise on Walking Dead was largely anticipated, set up by events on the show (which mirrored an arc that happened to a different character in the comics) as well as the fact that Martin-Green nabbed the female lead in CBS All Access' Star Trek: Discovery.

This episode also saw Eugene formalize his commitment to Negan, going ahead of the Savior convoy to Alexandria to implore Rick to lay down his weapons and submit to Negan's rule once and for all.

The residents of the Alexandria Safe Zone prepare for war as the Saviors come for a visit.

Sasha appears to be falling in line with Negan, how she'll help with the attack, but only one person has to die, little do we know, that one person she is referring to, is herself. Many fans guessed that the scenes of Sasha listening to "Someday We'll All Be Free" signified her death, but it was unclear enough that the moment she emerged was still effective.

It's not like you're a critical thinker.

It makes sense that Jadis is loyal to Negan than someone like Rick, who can't promise much. Rick spouts some taunts, and it looks like we're about to have a repeat of the season premiere's head-bashing - when as soon as Negan raises his bat over Carl's head, out leaps Shiva, King Ezekiel's (Khary Payton) tiger.

Martin-Green was joined by Morgan as well as Norman Reedus (Daryl) as the trio and Gimple offered the first insight into season seven as a whole. There's a precedent for Negan backstory, and we might as well get it on the show.