Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 6 Preview Video Brings Back Old Friends
After last night's episode of The Walking Dead, AMC debuted a new clip from next week's episode Swear, which debuts Sunday, November 27 at 9 PM ET. We also have a new preview that teases "the weeks ahead," which shows footage from the next three episodes from the first half of this season. After Swear airs on the network, Sing Me a Song debuts Sunday, December 4 with the midseason finale, Exodus, arriving on Sunday, December 11. If you aren't caught up with last night's episode, there will be potential SPOILERS below, so read on at your own risk.
The new clip debuted on AMC's YouTube, which gives us our first look at Tara (Alanna Masterson) and Heath (Corey Antonio Hawkins) this season. We last saw these characters in Walking Dead Season 6, shortly after Rick and the rest of his crew in Alexandria took out a big Saviors outpost. Tara and Heath were tasked with going on a two-week mission to round up new supplies, and they weren't with the group when we first met Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in the Season 6 finale, where he killed Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz). They have no idea what has happened since they left, but they may find out soon.
This scene features Alanna trying to persuade Heath to stay out on the road, since they still need ammunition and medicine, and they can't go back empty-handed because people are counting on them. Heath argues that they don't even have enough gas to keep looking, and that this area has been entirely picked clean, but there is something else on Heath's mind. He is still clearly distraught by the slaughter at the Saviors, with Heath claiming that no one is "in this together" anymore.
It remains to be seen if Tara and Heath will stay on the road, or go back to Alexandria, but "the weeks ahead" trailer does give us another glimpse at Tara. She's seen hiding in the woods from an unknown character, presumably one of the Saviors, while she's also seen bringing down the stock of her rifle down on an unseen enemy. We also get another glimpse at the captive Daryl, who is still being watched over by Dwight (Austin Amelio), while Negan delivers a big speech to his Saviors.
If that wasn't enough, we also have two new photos from next week's episode, both of which feature new looks at Tara, along with eight images from last night's episode, Go-Getters. We also recently learned that this week's episode, Swear, will run 10 minutes longer than the usual 60-minute run time, while the next episode, Sing Me a Song, will clock in at 90 minutes. Take a look at the preview, clip and new photos, along with last night's most talked about scene from The Walking Dead.