Exactly one week from today, AMC's hit zombie series The Walking Dead will return with its Season 7 premiere, Signs, which will finally reveal who Negan's victim was from the Season 6 finale. Today we have the titles and the first plot details for the next two episodes after the premiere, with the second episode entitled The Well and the third episode entitled The Cell. It has also been revealed that the second episode The Well will be much longer than next week's premiere.

Spoiler TV has uncovered the brief plot synopses for both episodes, while a Twitter user dubbed "Hilltopppp" has revealed through an AMC graphic that The Well will be a whopping 76 minutes long, which is 10 minutes longer than next weekend's premiere. Here's the brief, and crypitc, plot details for The Well below.

"For a number of familiar faces, a new, well-established community seems too good to be true."

While we don't know for sure, it's possible that this "new, well-established community" could be The Kingdom, which is lead by King Ezekiel (Khary Payton). It is believed that both Morgan (Lennie James) and Carol (Melissa McBride) are taken to The Kingdom, after meeting two members of The Kingdom in the Season 6 finale. It is believed that these two characters will be separated from Rick and his group for quite some time, but we don't know for sure. Here is the brief rundown for the third episode, The Cell.

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"A new group of survivors seem to have it all in their impressive community; however, there is a price."

It's quite interesting that the second episode of the season will be 10 minutes longer than the premiere, but we don't know exactly why this episode is so much longer. There have been hints that there will be multiple deaths in the premiere, aside from Negan's victim. There have been no shortage of rumors about who will be killed, but we wont' find out for sure until next Sunday night.

AMC also recently announced that The Walking Dead Season 7 premiere will be followed by a special 90-minute edition of Talking Dead. The show will feature executive producers Scott M. Gimple and Robert Kirkman, along with stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Michael Cudlitz, Sonequa Martin-Green, Chandler Riggs, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Ross Marquand and Jeffery Dean Morgan. Take a look at this new tweet below which confirms the runtime for the second episode of The Walking Dead Season 7.