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File:Walking Dead S7 Poster.jpg
Promotional poster and home media cover art
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 16
Original channel AMC
Original run October 23, 2016 (2016-10-23) – April 2, 2017 (2017-04-02)
List of The Walking Dead episodes

The seventh season of The Walking Dead, an American post-apocalyptic horror television series on AMC, premiered on October 23, 2016, and concluded on April 2, 2017, consisting of 16 episodes.[1][2] Developed for television by Frank Darabont, the series is based on the eponymous series of comic books by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard. The executive producers are Kirkman, David Alpert, Scott M. Gimple, Greg Nicotero, Tom Luse, and Gale Anne Hurd, with Gimple as showrunner for the fourth consecutive season. The seventh season received mixed reviews from critics. It was nominated for multiple awards and won three, including Best Horror Television Series for the second consecutive year, at the 43rd Saturn Awards.[3]

This season adapts material from issues #100–114 of the comic book series and focuses on the oppressive group of survivors known as the Saviors, led by the vindictive Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). He uses numbers, power and lethal brutality to coerce Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), his group of survivors, and the Alexandria Safe-Zone to make regular offerings of supplies and weapons for the Saviors. Eventually, Rick and his group seek allies to help them confront Negan, including members of the survivor communities of the Hilltop, the Kingdom, Oceanside, and the Scavengers, who have had their own dealings with Negan and the Saviors.[4]


Main article: List of The Walking Dead (TV series) characters
File:TWD Season 7 main cast.jpg

The primary characters of the seventh season, from "The Well" onwards, include (from left to right): Sasha, Daryl, Tara, Michonne, Gabriel, Carol, Rick, Carl, Maggie, Jesus, Rosita, Morgan, and Aaron; absent: Eugene, Negan, Spencer, Dwight, and Gregory

Main cast

The seventh season features twenty series regulars overall. For the season premiere, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Austin Amelio were promoted to series regular status, with Morgan added to the opening credits and Amelio listed under "Also starring". After the first episode aired, the cast faced numerous changes: Steven Yeun and Michael Cudlitz were removed from the opening credits, while Alanna Masterson, Josh McDermitt and Christian Serratos were added to the opening credits, respectively, after previously being credited as "Also starring", in the second episode onwards. Tom Payne and Xander Berkeley were also promoted to series regulars in the second episode and beyond. This is the first season not to include Alexandra Breckenridge and Tovah Feldshuh (since their first appearance on the show), who were both credited as series regulars in the previous season.


Also starring

Supporting cast

Alexandria Safe-Zone

  • Katelyn Nacon as Enid, an isolated teenager residing in Alexandria, who forms a special bond with Maggie and is starting to show feelings for Carl.[5]
  • Jason Douglas as Tobin, the foreman of Alexandria's construction crew, who had a brief relationship with Carol.[1]
  • Corey Hawkins as Heath, a supply runner for Alexandria and Glenn's best friend.[6]
  • Ann Mahoney as Olivia, an Alexandria resident, who is in charge of the community's food and armory.[6]
  • Kenric Green as Scott, a supply runner for Alexandria.
  • Jordan Woods-Robinson as Eric Raleigh, Aaron's husband and former Alexandria recruiter.

The Hilltop

  • R. Keith Harris as Dr. Harlan Carson, the Hilltop's doctor.
  • James Chen as Kal, a Hilltop guard.
  • Peter Zimmerman as Eduardo, a Hilltop guard.
  • Karen Ceesay as Bertie, a resident of the Hilltop

The Saviors

  • Christine Evangelista as Sherry, Dwight's ex-wife and now one of Negan's harem.[7]
  • Steven Ogg as Simon, Negan's right-hand man.[8]
  • Jayson Warner Smith as Gavin, a Savior lieutenant who deal directly with The Kingdom.
  • Joshua Mikel as Jared, a volatile Savior who works with Gavin.
  • Elizabeth Ludlow as Arat, a high ranking Savior.
  • Mike Seal as Gary, one of Negan's top lieutenants.
  • Martinez as David, a sexually deviant Savior.
  • Lindsley Register as Laura, one of Negan's top lieutenants.
  • Joshua Hoover as Fat Joey, a Savior who guards Daryl's prison cell.
  • Ricky Russert as Chris, one of Negan's soldiers.
  • Tim Parati as Dr. Emmett Carson, a Savior doctor and brother of Harlan Carson.
  • Chloe Aktas as Tanya, one of Negan's wives.
  • Elyse Dufour as Frankie, one of Negan's wives.
  • Autumn Dial as Amber, Mark's ex-girlfriend and one of Negan's wives.

The Kingdom

  • Khary Payton as Ezekiel, a former zookeeper and the flamboyant leader of the Kingdom.[9]
  • Cooper Andrews as Jerry, Ezekiel's wise-cracking personal bodyguard.
  • Karl Makinen as Richard, Ezekiel's right-hand-man.
  • Logan Miller as Benjamin, a young member of The Kingdom who Morgan takes under his wing.
  • Kerry Cahill as Dianne, a bow-wielding member of The Kingdom.
  • Daniel Newman as Daniel, the first member of The Kingdom encountered.
  • Carlos Navarro as Alvaro, one of Ezekiel's top soldiers.
  • Macsen Lintz as Henry, a resident of the Kingdom and younger brother of Benjamin.
  • Jason Burkey as Kevin, a resident of the Kingdom.
  • Nadine Marissa as Nabila, a resident and gardener of the Kingdom.


  • Deborah May as Natania, the leader of Oceanside.
  • Sydney Park as Cyndie, Natania's granddaughter.
  • Mimi Kirkland as Rachel, Natania's granddaughter and Cyndie's younger sister.

The Scavengers

  • Pollyanna McIntosh as Jadis, the unusual leader of The Scavengers.
  • Thomas Francis Murphy as Brion, a high ranking member of The Scavengers.
  • Sabrina Gennarino as Tamiel, a high ranking member of The Scavengers.
  • Anja Akstin as Farron, a member of the Scavengers, who forms a brief rivalry with Michonne.


File:The Walking Dead Season 7 SDCC.jpg

The promotional poster for the season at the San Diego Comic-Con

The Walking Dead was renewed by AMC for a 16-episode seventh season on October 30, 2015.[10] Filming for season 7 began in Georgia on May 2, 2016 and concluded on November 18, 2016.[11][12] Actors Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Xander Berkeley, Tom Payne, and Austin Amelio were all promoted to series regulars for the seventh season, after having recurring roles in the sixth season.[5] The seventh season has featured several extended episodes, running longer than its usual 43-minute running time (without commercials). Extended episodes have ranged from 46 to 62 minutes in length.[13][14]

The finale was dedicated in memory of American comic artist Bernie Wrightson, who died on March 18, 2017.[15]


No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
841"The Day Will Come When You Won't Be"Greg NicoteroScott M. GimpleOctober 23, 2016 (2016-10-23)17.03[16]
852"The Well"Greg NicoteroMatthew NegreteOctober 30, 2016 (2016-10-30)12.46[17]
863"The Cell"Alrick RileyAngela KangNovember 6, 2016 (2016-11-06)11.72[18]
874"Service"David BoydCorey ReedNovember 13, 2016 (2016-11-13)11.40[19]
885"Go Getters"Darnell MartinChanning PowellNovember 20, 2016 (2016-11-20)11.00[20]
896"Swear"Michael E. SatrazemisDavid Leslie JohnsonNovember 27, 2016 (2016-11-27)10.40[21]
907"Sing Me a Song"Rosemary RodriguezAngela Kang & Corey ReedDecember 4, 2016 (2016-12-04)10.48[22]
918"Hearts Still Beating"Michael E. SatrazemisMatthew Negrete & Channing PowellDecember 11, 2016 (2016-12-11)10.58[23]
929"Rock in the Road"Greg NicoteroAngela KangFebruary 12, 2017 (2017-02-12)12.00[24]
9310"New Best Friends"Jeffrey F. JanuaryChanning PowellFebruary 19, 2017 (2017-02-19)11.08[25]
9411"Hostiles and Calamities"Kari SkoglandDavid Leslie JohnsonFebruary 26, 2017 (2017-02-26)10.42[26]
9512"Say Yes"Greg NicoteroMatthew NegreteMarch 5, 2017 (2017-03-05)10.16[27]
9613"Bury Me Here"Alrick RileyScott M. GimpleMarch 12, 2017 (2017-03-12)10.68[28]
9714"The Other Side"Michael E. SatrazemisAngela KangMarch 19, 2017 (2017-03-19)10.32[29]
9815"Something They Need"Michael SlovisCorey ReedMarch 26, 2017 (2017-03-26)10.54[30]
9916"The First Day of the Rest of Your Life"Greg NicoteroScott M. Gimple & Angela Kang & Matthew NegreteApril 2, 2017 (2017-04-02)11.31[31]


Critical response

The seventh season of The Walking Dead has received mixed reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the season holds a score of 63% with an average rating of 6.97 out of 10 based on 12 reviews. The site's critical consensus reads: "Increased character depth and effective world-building helps The Walking Dead overcome a tiresome reliance on excessive, gratuitous violence."[32]

The first episode of the season, "The Day Will Come When You Won't Be", received criticism for the amount of violence depicted in the episode, with one writer calling it the equivalent of "torture porn".[33] Subsequently, the first half of the seventh season has seen some of the show's lowest critical ratings. The show's executive producer Gale Anne Hurd claimed that in light of the negative feedback, they tamed some of the more gruesome scenes that were in episodes being filmed for the second half of the season. Hurd said that "this is not a show that's torture porn...Let's make sure we don't cross that line".[34] However, this claim was countered by executive producers Scott M. Gimple and Greg Nicotero. Gimple said that the violence used in the episode was "pronounced for a reason", specifically that "there was a purpose of traumatizing these characters to a point where maybe they would have been docile for the rest of their lives", but noted that he felt that this episode shouldn't represent "the base level of violence that necessarily should be on the show".[35] On Rotten Tomatoes, it holds a 66% with an average rating of 7.03 out of 10, based on 50 reviews. The site's consensus reads: The flashback-laden "The Day Will Come When You Won't Be" is slow to deliver the payoff from last season's finale—but ultimately delivers with sadistic acts of gut-wrenching violence that will push Walking Dead fans to their limit.[36]

The Walking Dead (season 7): Critical reception by episode
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  • Season 7 (2016–17): Percentage of positive reviews tracked by the website Rotten Tomatoes[32]


Best Actor on Television (Andrew Lincoln), and Best Guest Starring Role on Television (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).[3] The nominations were for Best Supporting Actor on Television (Norman Reedus), Best Supporting Actress on Television (Danai Gurira and Melissa McBride), and Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a Television Series (Chandler Riggs).[37]

The first half of the season was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series at the 23rd Screen Actors Guild Awards.[38] Additionally, for his portrayal of Negan, Jeffrey Dean Morgan earned himself a nomination and win for Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series at the 7th Critics' Choice Television Awards for the first half of the season, in addition to his guest appearance in the season six finale, "Last Day on Earth".[39][40] Morgan was also nominated at the 26th MTV Movie & TV Awards for Best Actor in a TV Show and Best Villain, winning the latter.[41][42]


The Walking Dead's seventh-season premiere ("The Day Will Come When You Won't Be") received 17.03 million viewers in its initial broadcast on AMC in the United States. The viewership steadily declined every week after the premiere, until the seventh episode ("Sing Me a Song"), with the sixth episode ("Swear") of the season dropping to 10.40 million viewers, the lowest rating the show has had since season three. Viewing increased to 12 million viewers in the ninth episode ("Rock in the Road"), following this viewing decreased with the twelfth episode ("Say Yes") reaching a season low with 10.16 million viewers.[43]

No. Title Air date Rating
DVR viewers
Total viewers
1 "The Day Will Come When You Won't Be" October 23, 2016 8.4 17.03[16] 2.3 4.50 10.7 21.53[44]
2 "The Well" October 30, 2016 6.1 12.46[17] 2.9 5.49 9.0 17.95[45]
3 "The Cell" November 6, 2016 5.7 11.72[18] 2.9 5.49 8.6 17.21[46]
4 "Service" November 13, 2016 5.4 11.40[19] 2.3 4.32 7.7 15.72[47]1
5 "Go Getters" November 20, 2016 5.2 11.00[20] 2.7 5.31 7.9 16.31[48]
6 "Swear" November 27, 2016 4.9 10.40[21] 2.5 4.69 7.4 15.10[49]
7 "Sing Me a Song" December 4, 2016 5.0 10.48[22] 2.7 5.29 7.7 15.78[50]
8 "Hearts Still Beating" December 11, 2016 5.1 10.58[23] 2.8 5.42 7.9 16.02[51]
9 "Rock in the Road" February 12, 2017 5.7 12.00[24] 2.5 4.82 8.2 16.84[52]
10 "New Best Friends" February 19, 2017 5.3 11.08[25] 2.6 5.08 7.9 16.17[53]
11 "Hostiles and Calamities" February 26, 2017 5.0 10.43[26] 2.7 5.32 7.7 15.76[54]
12 "Say Yes" March 5, 2017 4.7 10.16[27] 1.9 3.50 6.6 13.67[55]1
13 "Bury Me Here" March 12, 2017 4.9 10.68[28] 2.0 3.74 6.9 14.43[56]
14 "The Other Side" March 19, 2017 4.7 10.32[29] 2.3 4.45 7.0 14.78[57]
15 "Something They Need" March 26, 2017 4.9 10.54[30] 2.1 4.22 7.0 14.77[58]
16 "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life" April 2, 2017 5.4 11.31[31] 2.6 5.09 8.0 16.42[59]

^1 Live +7 ratings were not available, so Live +3 ratings have been used instead.

Home media

The season was released on Blu-ray and DVD in region 1 on August 22, 2017,[60] in region 2 on September 25, 2017,[61] and in region 4 on September 27, 2017.[62] The "Limited Edition Spike Walker Statue" set, which is exclusive to Amazon.com was released on October 24, 2017, and was created by McFarlane Toys to pay homage to the zombie character featured in the "New Best Friends" episode in season 7.[63]


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