'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Spoilers, News & Update: Maggie's Revenge, Rick Prepares for War

By Ileen Jasmine - 27 Nov '16 13:43PM

In the latest episode of AMC’s "The Walking Dead," fans finally found out what happened to Maggie Rhee (Lauren Cohan), her unborn child, and Sasha Williams (Sonequia Martin-Green). Both women made it to the Hilltop for sanctuary.

During the course of the episode, fans watch as Maggie use her leadership skills to save the Hilltop from the Saviors’ attack. The episode titled, “Go Getters” showed Maggie using the death of her husband, Glenn, as her motivation to get her strength back.

After all, she will be needing all her strength to fight back against Negan and his Saviors. Unlike Rick, Maggie is unfazed by Negan’s warning and his threats. One thing is on her mind: “Kill Negan”, and nothing can change that.

In a trailer for The Walking Dead season 7 episodes 6 to 8 recently released by AMC, fans can see Rick and Aaron out on a supply run. This scene is rumored to be from Season 7, Episode 7 titled “Sing Me A Song”.

The episode synopsis reads: “A deeper look at the Sanctuary and the world of Saviors; members of Alexandria look for supplies.” The episode is rumored to be 90 minutes long.

Fans who have read Robert Kirkman’s graphic novel The Walking Dead will be familiar with the title “Sing Me A Song”. In the comics, Carl set out to fight Negan on his own, very much like what he did at the end of season 7 episode 5.

In the comic series, however, he was caught by Negan after killing several of Negan’s men. Negan then took Carl under his wing, showed him around the Sanctuary, and taunted Carl by making him remove his eye bandage and sing a song.

Fans fear that this episode might be the one where Negan potentially kills Carl, since Chandler Riggs is rumored to be leaving the show. The sneak peek for the episode starts with Negan giving a speech to the Saviors.

It is clear at this point that the Saviors do think highly of Negan, it is symbolized by how they look up at him while he gives his speech. Fans can also notice that these Saviors are kneeling to Negan, very much like how they showed it in The Walking Dead’s previous episodes.

In fact, the only person not looking up at Negan during his speech is Daryl Dixon. Daryl seemed to be looking down.

In another clip from the 30-second trailer, fans can see Rosita talking fiercely to Eugene. Some speculated she could be forcing him to make the bullets for her, as Eugene is clearly afraid of what Negan can do if he finds out about this little project.

Several spoilers online also suggest that Rick is secretly planning for war against Negan and the Saviors. This is what Rick did in the comics, trusting only Jesus with his plan at first.

This will give the Alexandrians plausible deniability on Rick’s plan should any of the Saviors interrogate them. It’s a smart move that will save a lot of lives.

"The Walking Dead" airs every Sunday on AMC.

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