The ending for The Walking Dead Season 6 was very divisive to the fans of the show, and they are still talking about it today. However, everyone who is part of the cast and crew are noting that it was a necessary thing to do, even offering teases as to what it will mean when the show returns.
The latest to do this is Greg Nicotero, who is an executive producer, director, and visual effects supervisor on the show. He talked with IGN and noted how the death we witness, and will see again at the beginning of Season 7, is a catalyst for a plethora of new things that are coming.
“It propels our people. It affects our people profoundly, as it does in the comic book. That changes everyone’s direction,” he said. (Writer’s note: Nicotero said the impact of the death will be the same as the comic, but wasn’t implying the person who dies is the same.) “The main thing about Season 7 is establishing that the world isn’t what everybody thinks it is, the world out there. At the end of Season 6, Rick was so confident. ‘We’re just going to knock out that outpost, we’re going to f–k these guys up before they f–k us up,’ and it ends with him going, ‘Heh, oh well, I had no idea. What I perceived as the world is not even close to what the reality of the world is,’ and Negan’s there to show him that.”
Nicotero added, “Season 7 of The Walking Dead, there’s all new worlds that we’re going to meet, so it wouldn’t have made sense to end a chapter and then start it halfway through the next chapter. You want to end in one place and pick it up.”
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