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Every fan of ‘The Walking Dead’ has had the same question on their minds since the season six finale: Who did Negan kill? Naturally, everyone involved on the cast and crew has been tight-lipped about details surrounding this gruesome death. And just in case anyone forgot about it, they even included references to those final moments in the season seven trailer that was debuted at San Diego Comic-Con this year. But it looks like one man was able to get the actor behind the zombie drama’s current big bad to break… Sort of.

Comic-Con commander Kevin Smith interviewed stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, and Andrew Lincoln on behalf of IMDb News to get to the bottom of the upcoming season of the acclaimed AMC series based on Robert Kirkman’s popular Image comic book. The filmmaker/podcaster opened the interview by saying that each of his guests aside from Morgan was unkillable. That statement opened the gates for a discussion about who survives their meeting with Lucille. After some finger pointing, the actor behind Negan says that “no one sitting here” meets an untimely demise. Although, you should probably pay attention to the way he says it. Check it out in the video below: 

Judging by the huge smile on his face, Jeffrey Dean Morgan might have been being facetious. Plus, you shouldn’t trust anyone giving out ‘Walking Dead’ spoilers, especially if it’s someone involved in the show. But since we’re months away from the Season Seven premiere, we’ll take whatever we can get at this point. 

Who do you think perishes at the hands of Negan on ‘The Walking Dead’? Would you really classify Rick Grimes, Daryl Dixon, or Glenn Rhee as “unkillable”? Share your thoughts and theories in the comments.

‘The Walking Dead’ starring Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Michael Cudlitz, Lennie James, Sonequa Martin-Green, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Alanna Masterson, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan returns to AMC on October 23, 2016.

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