Season seven of Fox's most popular show The Walking Dead will be broadcast in the UK on October 24. A new trailer has been released to give a hint of what to expect...
The Walking Dead season seven will premiere around the globe on Monday October 24th, according to Fox.
Fox’s number one show follows a group of survivors’ search to find sanctuary following a zombie apocalypse. The seventh edition of Robert Kirkman’s comic book adaptation will be broadcast in 125 different territories.
The show’s seventh season will premiere in two parts; the first eight episodes launching on October 24th and the final eight will be broadcast in February 2017.
A new season seven trailer of the critically acclaimed drama has also been released, and although it teases what’s in store for viewers in the upcoming season, it doesn’t reveal the identity of Negan’s victim/victims from last season’s epic finale.
Instead it focuses on the characters we know are alive. Alanna Masterson, who plays the role of Tara, is seen alone and in apparent danger, while viewers also get a first look at The Kingdom’s leader Ezekiel, played by Khary Payton, and his pet Tiger.
Take a look at the trailer here:
The widely anticipated first episode of season seven of The Walking Dead will screen first in the US on October 23, then a few hours later on the 24th in the UK.