In this post, we are going to talk about The Walking Dead season 9 episode 7 release date, where to watch, and spoilers. Rick left the show, as promised before the ninth season even began, and the fans are still in shock. However, it was satisfying to see him going away than dying, and there might be potential of a comeback of the beloved character.

Moreover, Michonne was seen recalling Rick, and she was in shock and spoke “I know you’re in here,” and it was an emotional moment. Noticeably, the group again reached Alexandria along with a herd of strangers, and they will have to get the approval of the council and take a vote. At the end of the last episode, we finally heard walkers speaking very softly, and it was listened by Eugene and Rosita, along with the viewers. So, let’s talk more about the upcoming episode ahead!

The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 7

The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 7: Stradivarius

The show is now six episodes deep into its ninth season, and the seventh episode is supposed to air this weekend. The seventh episode of The Walking Dead season 9 is scheduled to release on 18 September 2018. The show is broadcasted on the AMC channel at 9 PM every Sunday.

The show is available on the AMC app, where viewers can stream any of the AMC shows online by logging in with existing cable TV subscription details. The Walking Dead can also be streamed on several online streaming service providers such as Hulu, Roku, Sling, DirecTV Now by watching AMC channel online at the discussed timing.

The upcoming episode will feature an old friend of Carol, as she needs her. What the friend of Carol lives alone in a place with is overflowing with walkers, so she must be an expert in confronting walkers. On top of that, the survivors will be seen traveling to a new place where they plan to stay. However, they will have to go through an unsafe road which might be fatal if anything goes wrong. Take a look at the trailer below for more information!

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