Episode 01: The Day Will Come When You Won't BeEpisode 02: The WellEpisode 03: The CellEpisode 04: ServiceEpisode 05: Go GettersEpisode 06: SwearEpisode 07: Sing Me a SongEpisode 08: Hearts Still BeatingEpisode 09: Rock in the RoadEpisode 10: New Best FriendsEpisode 11: Hostiles and CalamitiesEpisode 12: Say YesEpisode 13: Bury Me HereEpisode 14: The Other SideEpisode 15: Something They NeedEpisode 16: The First Day of the Rest of Your LifeThe Walking Dead S07E16Available from: 02-04-2017The Walking Dead S07E15Available from: 26-03-2017The Walking Dead S07E14Available from: 19-03-2017The Walking Dead S07E13Available from: 12-03-2017The Walking Dead S07E12Available from: 05-03-2017The Walking Dead S07E11Available from: 26-02-2017The Walking Dead S07E10Available from: 19-02-2017The Walking Dead S07E09Available from: 12-02-2017The Walking Dead S07E08Available from: 11-12-2016The Walking Dead S07E07Available from: 04-12-2016The Walking Dead S07E06Available from: 27-11-2016The Walking Dead S07E05Available from: 20-11-2016The Walking Dead S07E04Available from: 13-11-2016The Walking Dead S07E03Available from: 06-11-2016The Walking Dead S07E02Available from: 30-10-2016The Walking Dead S07E01Available from: 23-10-2016
The Walking Dead - Season 7Negan decided to punish Rick's group for their crimes against him and used 'Lucille', a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, to beat one of them to death. And the season premiere reveals who is on the receiving end of Lucille.Keywords:
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Frank DarabontBirthdate: 28 January 1959, Montbéliard, Doubs, France
Critic Reviews of "The Walking Dead - Season 7"
Anthony O'Connor FILMINK (Australia)February 20, 2017
New Best Friends won't be on anyone's all-time favourite list, but it's engaging nonetheless.
Pat Jackson TV EqualsMarch 28, 2017
Season seven of The Walking Dead has been for me one of deep emotions and trauma, and in my mind at an unprecedented level ... We all suffer from the need for extensive therapy and oh, yeah, closure.
Scott D. Pierce Salt Lake TribuneOctober 27, 2016
It used to be a great show that used violence as a way to advance compelling storylines. Now it's just violent, sadistic and repulsive.
Michael Roffman Consequence of SoundFebruary 13, 2017
The Walking Dead is at impasse itself right now, and it's doubtful that the series will be able to sustain itself before it's either outright eaten or blown to kingdom come.
Ken Tucker Yahoo! TVOctober 24, 2016
It was TWD's way of saying that seven seasons in, it's still got a lotta killin' to do, so hang in there.
Meredith Woerner Los Angeles TimesOctober 28, 2016
It's discomfiting to see Walking Dead double down on misery when there's already been so much of it. Game of Thrones employs its fair share of violence and grief, but at least it takes breaks to ride dragons now and again.
Luke Holland GuardianNovember 29, 2016
It can be dull, or miserable, but not both -- and definitely not for this long.
John Doyle Globe and MailOctober 28, 2016
As long as he doesn't become as verbose as Negan, the show will continue to be gripping, grim and, yes, shockingly violent. All of that is acceptable if you've come this far with the story. It's the long-windedness that's the most worrying of all.
Bernard Boo We Got This CoveredOctober 23, 2016
The most devastating episode in the history of The Walking Dead also vaults the show forward with more momentum than ever before.
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