Review on The Walking Dead, 7th season

Written by Jessica Chavez, Staff Writer

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The Walking Dead is one of the top 10 shows of 2016. It received an 84% by Rotten Tomatoes. The show is on it’s 7th season right now, and I have to say this is probably the best season so far. It’s based off of the comics, and I strongly recommend people read them because the writing is phenomenal and the illustrations are amazing.

Robert Kirkman did an amazing job on both the show and the comics. He really made the series to where viewers get emotionally attached to these characters, and their deaths are always heart breaking.

As the show gets deeper into the story, viewers get to see how the apocalypse changes the characters’ mindsets. Rick and the group learn over time that they can’t save everyone, and sometimes they have to do what they need to do to survive.

The current season is coming to a mid-season finale and so much has happened. I don’t want to spoil anything, but there are a lot of major deaths this season that will indeed break its viewers no matter how prepared they may be.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan does a fabulous job at pursuing his role as Negan. Negan is currently the biggest threat to the group, killing 2 very important characters. He definitely fits the role perfectly. I can’t really say much without spoiling the show, but seasons 1-6 are on Netflix now, so go watch it! I promise you won’t be disappointed. Also, The Walking Dead is on AMC on Sunday nights at 8/9c.

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3 Responses to “Review on The Walking Dead, 7th season”

  1. Jbdhd on December 19th, 2016 8:43 pm

    You did an amazing job at writing this article. But I am going to have to disagree with this article as well. I’m he walking dead is not entertaining at all! I watched seasons 1 &2 but it did not turn me on. I’m sorry but it’s safe to say if your anything like me you will not like this television show…???


    Jessica Chavez Reply:

    I will agree with you on season 2, it was pretty slow. Things start to pick up on season 4 after the governor is “taken care of” but TWD isn’t for everyone. I would say maybe give it another chance because it will pick up.


    dzhdvoh Reply:

    I disagree with you still


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