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The hit zombie apocalyptic series “The Walking Dead” will be returning to the small screen in a few weeks, however, the series’ showrunner and cast have a lot to say about the upcoming midseason premiere and the highly anticipated appearance of the big bag villain, Negan.
The last viewers saw beloved “The Walking Dead” characters, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his gang were split apart. Some of them were trying to survive the zombie herd and a few were held at gunpoint by Negan’s Saviors. It was a suspenseful ride so far, although, showrunner Greg Nicotero shared in a video interview recently released by AMC, that things are about to change in the second half of “The Walking Dead” season 6, Cinema Blend reported.
Nicotero stated that the show has arrived at a “tremendously exciting juncture” and that “The Walking Dead” will “take a dramatic turn” in the coming season. Previous seasons have shown Rick and his family battle zombies and other threats, however, the outside world they live in was only shown in bits and pieces. The second half of “The Walking Dead” will feature an expanded world where beloved characters will encounter bigger problems. This time around, the show will be slightly different and will dwell on more “menacing, psychological” danger to characters, Cinema Blend stated.
One of those menacing threats would be the villain Negan, to be played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan. In an interview with TV Insider, Lincoln described Negan as a “horrific” character who is an “incredible tyrant.” He also labeled Morgan’s character as a “sociopath” who can be “charismatic” and “funny” yet “brutal” as well.
When asked about the upcoming midseason 6 premiere of “The Walking Dead,” Lincoln teased that it will be “radically different” from previous episodes of the AMC show. He explained that episode 9 of “The Walking Dead” season 6 represents a “radical shift in a lot of things.” Lincoln also hinted that the upcoming new episodes will show a “crazy race to a new world order” for beloved characters.
Fans would have to watch the upcoming new season to find out just how radical and crazy “The Walking Dead’s” new world will be.
The second half of “The Walking Dead” season 6 returns on February 14 on AMC.
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The body count on “The Walking Dead” will continue to rise when the hit AMC series returns for its season 6B next month.
“The back half of the season will involve some crying and screaming at the TV set,” showrunner Scott M. Gimple recently teased (via TV Guide).
And although villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) will be “brought to life straight out of the books” this season, the iconic baddie isn’t the only threat that Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and company are bound to face.
“Some of the scariest people in the back half of the season are our people,” Gimple revealed. “These characters are at their strongest right now, but the problem is, the threats of the world are also at their strongest. We’ll see these immovable objects meet.”
Gimple also added that “the question of whether you can get through this life without blood on your hands remains open.”
In a separate interview with The Hollywood Reporter in November, Gimple discussed how the second half of the season will be different from the first eight episodes of the installment.
“The second half is very, very different from the first half in tone and the lineup of characters for every episode,” Gimple said. “It’s a very different show in the second half of the season and that was quite a shift.”
“I believe this first half of season was structurally just focusing on certain characters and their internal journey a lot of the time. The externals really take over in the second half of the season,” he revealed. “It takes a very different vibe and for this part of the story, the plot takes over a little harder — which is different thing than what I’ve done on the show before.”
“The Walking Dead” season 6, episode 9, titled “No Way Out,” airs on Sunday, Feb. 14, at 9 p.m. on AMC.
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