‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7: See the First Photos From Set!
Michael Cudlitz and Josh McDermitt Joke Around on The Walking Dead Season 6 Set
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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7: See the First Photos From Set!


The Walking Dead Season 7 began filming on May 2, and although the spoilers haven’t started to trickle in just yet, photos from the cast and crew have.

TWD EP, special effects guru, and frequent director Greg Nicotero took to Instagram on Monday to kick off the start of the production for the season.

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While Greg didn’t share any snaps of the actors, he did post a photo featuring the number seven made up of terrifyingly drawn walkers on a black background.

Season 7 begins! #TWD

A photo posted by Greg Nicotero (@gnicotero) on

“Season 7 begins! #TWD,” he wrote in the caption. Short and sweet — we like it!

We don’t yet know many specifics about the Season 7 opener, other than that it will pick up where the Season 6 finale left off and tell us who Negan killed. But the fact that Greg Instagrammed this photo probably means he’s directing the highly-anticipated installment.

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The TWD vet often directs pivotal episodes of the AMC drama, and helmed the Season 6 premiere, midseason premiere, and finale.

Actor Michael Cudlitz, who plays Abraham Ford on the show, also gave viewers a little look at what they can expect come October.

He tweeted, “Epic day !!! #TWDFamily,” and shared an on-set selfie.

#SgtFord #AbeShit

A photo posted by Michael Cudlitz (@cudlitz) on

It certainly sounds like the cast is happy to be back together once again, but let’s not forget at least one character won’t survive the premiere.

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Get all the good times in now, kids, because with Negan now firmly in the mix, Season 7 is poised to be one of the deadliest yet!

The Walking Dead Season 7 will premiere in the fall on AMC.

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