‘The Walking Dead’ Season 8 Will Have A Lot Of Death

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The Walking Dead is lumbering into view for its 8th season and as soon as once more a sequence common is teasing that loss of life looms massive in the newest go-around. Considering how ceaselessly characters get killed off on TWD, season 8 sounds adore it has attainable to be actual messy.

Chatting with Australia’s nationwide radio station Triple J, Chandler Riggs (a.okay.a. Carl/CORAL Grimes) famous that a large number of killing is coming to season 8 of the sturdy AMC sequence. According to Riggs, season 7 has set the desk for the motion to return.

“Season 7 was all about building up and getting everyone ready to fight against Negan, and this season there’s going to be lots of explosions, lots of killing, a lot more Negan,” defined Riggs. “Yeah, lots of fighting, lots of cool stuff. It’s really, really fun this season.”

I just like the explosions tease somewhat a little bit as a result of who doesn’t love to believe characters jumping out of the way in which from a large KABLAM + fireball? The “lots of killing” line unquestionably syncs up with actor Steven Ogg’s “thin the herd” feedback from August which is a tease that can both make you very excited, very apprehensive or some jittery aggregate of the 2.

Riggs additionally lent his point of view at the rotating personality state of affairs as a tender’un became grizzled cable TV veteran.

“We’ve had a few characters this season who I feel so bad for, because they’re coming in in the midst of all the war and the craziness with the explosions and everything,” he mentioned. “Yeah, I mean I definitely feel like an OG or a veteran because I’ve been on since I was 10. I still love it. I still have so much fun doing it. Especially in the last few seasons, getting to do more and more with my character and interactions with the other characters. It’s been really, really awesome.”

The Walking Dead returns for season 8 (and its landmark 100th episode) on October 22. Best to get fired up upfront for all them long run explosions.

(Via Triple J)