It has been months since the sixth season of The Walking Dead has ended, however, many are still talking about the cliffhanger featuring the debut of fan-favorite villain Negan beating someone to death with his bat Lucille.
For some, it was a rather frustrating ending, as fans would have to wait 6+ months just to see who was dead, who was alive, and what was going to happen next. However, this is basically what Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman planned for:
“We knew that people might be upset, but come on! Everybody wants to see what happened,” Kirkman now tells RollingStone.
He goes on:
“That’s what a cliffhanger is,” the writer goes on. “I’ll probably get crucified for this, but I feel like there’s a culture of instant gratification now: Netflix, social media, everything is on demand at all times. Nothing is withheld. You can’t do 52 episodes a year. It’s just not feasibly possible. If you can do something that has people talking about your show in that gap between seasons, that’s great.”
He finished by noting that for those who do stick around and wait for the return, they’ll be in for a great return and season.
“We just ask that if you’ve enjoyed the show so far, just know, Season Seven is going to be pretty great,” Kirkman says.
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