Nov 19, 2016 12:41 AM EST

'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Latest News, Updates & Spoilers: Daryl Dixon Dead? AMC Might Pull Off Another Death Stunt

"The Walking Dead" season 7 shocked fans when the first episode started with Glenn and Abraham's deaths. Fans are now worried if more of their favorite characters would die this season and rumors have spread that Daryl Dixon could be the next one. With Daryl being a fan favorite, this would definitely cause an uprising if AMC pulls off another major character death.

Negan just showed how brutal he could be when he smashed Glen and Abraham's heads using his baseball bat named Lucy. Fan Sided also reports that there could be more deaths in the upcoming episodes. This just shows how the "The Walking Dead" season 7 could be full of unexpected deaths and surprises.

Fans never expected Glenn to die in "The Walking Dead" season 7 since he is one of the fan favorites in the series. Now it seems that another fan favorite could be facing death pretty soon and according to News Everday, Daryl's death could be a possibility.

If these rumors of Daryl dying in "The Walking Dead" season 7 happens, it would really cause an angry mob. Fans have even expressed that they would stop watching the series if he dies. But the producers have always been unpredictable when it comes to writing off major characters in the series.

Some notable deaths would be Lori Grimes dying in season 3 and Beth Green in season 5 so this would explain why Daryl isn't an exception. Norman Reedus, the actor playing Daryl Dixon even expressed that his character's death is a possibility. With Negan trying to control Rick's crew of survivors, "The Walking Dead" season 7 might have more deaths compared to its previous seasons.

The next episode of "The Walking Dead" season 7 which is titled "Go Getters" airs on November 20. Fans just need to wait and keep a close eye on Daryl if the death rumors are indeed true

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