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‘The Walking Dead’ Producer Scott Gimple Teases ‘Different’ Second Half Of Season 7

The Walking Dead’s head writer and show-runner Scott Gimple has offered his view on what we can expect in season 7B of the hit zombie TV Series.

We will be able to watch season 7B in January of 2017, Walking Dead showrunner Scott Gimple told Comicbook that the second half of the season will be very different from the first half. That will come as a relief to fans who didn’t enjoy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) playing the victim to Negan throughout the first eight episodes of the current season.

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“I will say 7B’s vibe is very different from 7A’s vibe. The ending of 7B is very different than the beginning of 7A. Just the vibe in 7B, I was just talking about it with Andy [Lincoln] last night. It’s just a very, very different half season than the half season that preceded it. Even with structure, what we’re doing right now with the episodes and seeing where everyone is at, the structure is very, very different than the back half. There’s a lot more variety to the structure. It’s just a very, very different situation, but 6, 7, 8… Wow, we’re really close, aren’t we? I would say the end of 7A is very different than the beginning of 7A. That’s the thing that kind of launches that different tone of 7B.”

Watch The Official 7b Trailer!

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufsJdHz-uP4)

 

The Walking Dead Season 7 returns to AMC on Feb. 12, 2017.


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