Negan's victim revealed in 'Walking Dead' premiere

Negan's victim revealed in 'Walking Dead' premiere

Like millions of other people, I waited months and months to find out who Negan killed on "The Walking Dead". As previously reported by the Inquisitr, not one, but two, members of Rick's group were shockingly killed by Negan and his trusty bat, Lucille, during the Season 7 premiere on Sunday night.

Meanwhile Steven Yeun, who played the unfortunate victim, added: "He dies in such a Glenn way". Worst of all, this happened right in front of his pregnant wife Maggie.

I won't lie - sad as Glenn's death was, a shock Maggie cull would have brought far greater emotional impact. When Daryl lashed out at Abe's killing, Negan turned around and brutally beat Glenn to everyone's horror.

In the clip, Negan chooses Maggie to die. However, she has a bigger problem to face first. It isn't clear who here had enough access to post the Maggie cut, or if alternate takes are perhaps intended for future Blu-ray release, given the completed editing.

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Major spoilers for The Walking Dead, both TV show and comics, continue below. She can't stand the thought of living in the house that she and Glenn once shared and needs a change.

Basically, fans are not happy with the way it all played out and they may well begin boycotting the show.

The good news is the TV version of Sgt. Abraham Ford outlived his comic counterpart, but not by much.

Did you watch the Season 7 premiere of "The Walking Dead"?

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Glenn's life came to end in the season 7 opening.

Following its premiere on Sunday (23Oct16), Jeffrey admitted shooting the brutal and vicious scenes took a dramatic toll on him as an actor. I've seen it. I lived it. King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) is the charismatic leader of the Kingdom, a new settlement.

'Still not thinking about himself. They're like, 'So you're in Atlanta...' When you're in NY or in L.A., they're like, 'So you're in NY.

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