"The Walking Dead" Season 7 is halfway through filming its 16 episodes. The premiere is coming Sunday, October 23, and with it the answer to Who Did Negan Kill? We should learn a lot more than that, though, and The Spoiling Dead Fans just offered some updates on what and who to expect in the first eight episodes.

*Warning: Spoilers ahead, and not even definite spoilers but rumors of spoilers*

TSDF shared the rumor of a dream sequence taking place in the premiere. As they wrote "Supposedly it features just about all the main characters in Alexandria. So characters like Carol, Morgan, etc should also be in a small scene in episode 1 if the rumor is correct."

They singled out Carol and Morgan because, based on the site's episode breakdown, it's possible Carol and Morgan (who were spared Negan's Season 6 finale lineup and instead met some newbies who should be part of The Kingdom) won't otherwise be shown in the premiere. That's based on character/actor tracking for the first eight episodes so far. As they noted, it's not official, but they have a good track record with these things.

Check it out:Here's the character list, if you can't access the post:

Rick - 1,4,5,7,8
Carl - 1,4,5,7,8
Michonne - 1,4,5,7,8
Daryl - 1,2,4,7(?),8
Maggie - 1,5,8
Glenn - 1
Carol - 3,8
Morgan - 3,8
Abe - 1
Sasha - 1,5,8
Eugene - 1,4(?),6,7,8
Rosita - 1,4,6,7,8
Tara - 6,8
Aaron - 1,4,5,7,8
Negan - 1,2,4,7,8
Dwight - 1,2,4,7
Steve Ogg - 1,5
Jesus - 5,7,8
Enid - 4,5,8(?)
Father Gabriel - 4,7,8
Spencer- 4,7,8
Olivia - 4,7,8
Eric - 4,8(?)
Heath - 6
Gregory - 5,8
Sherry- 2,7
Ezekiel - 3
Judith - 7

New characters from casting calls:
"Jennie" - 6
"Naomi" - 6
"Rogers" - 3,8
"Blake" - 3

TSDF shared a version of that list before, also noting that both Glenn and Abraham have only been seen for one episode. That has led fans to believe they are the first two major deaths of Season 7, one by Negan and Lucille, and the other sometimes afterward in Episode 1, perhaps in some kind of twist.

Episode 2 looks like it focuses on Daryl, Negan, Dwight, and Sherry (Dwight's wife) which suggests a trip to the Saviors's base, The Sanctuary. Episode 3 looks like a Kingdom-centric episode, with Carol, Morgan, and King Ezekiel. Episode 6 seems to mark the return of Tara and Heath, who were last seen embarking on their own supply run thing. Looks like Tara makes it to the Episode 8 midseason finale, but Heath ... not so much. (Corey Hawkins booked the lead in the "24" reboot.)

Here's TSDF's update on the last day of filming for the midseason finale, which is always a huge episode to leave us hanging for a couple of months until a February 2017 return:The Powers That Be have already said Season 7 won't end with the same kind of cliffhanger as Season 6, whether because of fan outcry or just because they don't want to do the same thing two times in a row, or (most likely) the story just isn't going in that direction. They always end on a big note, though, and it's possible we're lookin' at All Out War once the 16 episodes are finished.

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