The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 6: The ongoing American television series The Walking Dead might have garnered lots of appreciation during its initial episodes but with time it’s sulking in as audiences are simply not able to relate to the latest episodes. Characters have been sustained from the past few seasons and hence being monotonous, the following horror-drama television series The Walking Dead Season 7 might have something surprising in its box. The plot revolves around zombies who tend to rule the nation in splits. The ongoing series have the plethora of star cast where each character revives from one episode to another. So, with The Walking Dead Season 7 all set to hit the screen with its Episode 6, let’s delve into the details.
The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 6 is most likely to include an extravagant element where one of the lead cast Carl and Enid come close to each other, finally after much longing effort, eventually getting intimate. The kissing scene between the two might help in the series viewership, however, with lesser known fact that what comes next in their situation after they get close. Few people wanted Carl to get close with Moichonne despite the fact that they don’t even come near and stay apart, always.
The respective episode will showcase Enid and Carl heading towards Hilltop where Gregory will be seen yelling at people from that very place hence getting yelled back from Jesus. Hilarious, yet, unrelatable, The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 6 might have funny, romantic, and witty sequences that may boost up the viewership.
The American television series received a score of 9.2 out of 10 from IMDb based on 27,565 votes of which 14 came from the users and rest of 7 from the critics. Metacritic gave a score of 90 out of 100 with an approval of 99%. Rotten Tomatoes gave a rating of 78% based on 25 votes based on an average score of 7.4 out of 10. Audiences gave a score of 80% based on 1,451 votes with an average rating of 4 out of 5.
The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 6 titled as “Swear” will air on AMC on November 27, 2016 at 8/9 central.