New ‘The Walking Dead’ Spoilers For Season 10, November 17, 2019 Episode 7 Revealed

New ‘The Walking Dead’ Spoilers For Season 10, November 17, 2019 Episode 7 Revealed

Hey, “The Walking Dead” fans. Yes, it’s true. Another new, very intense episode 7 is coming up next week, and we are here with a brand new article to tell you a few spoilery things that are going to happen in it.

Thanks to the wonderful AMC folks, we do have two teaser descriptions for episode 7 via their official press release. So, with no further ado, we’re just going to get right into it.

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The first thing we have for this spoiler session is the all important title. The producers decided to name it, “Open Your Eyes.”

It sounds like episode 7 will feature some very interesting,possible dramatic, intense and interesting scenes as Carol makes Daryl feel very uncomfortable! Alpha and Beta start getting very suspicious with certain people and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Daryl and Carol situation. It turns out that these two will have some very intense-sounding moments in this episode.

Apparently, Carol is going to start getting a little too comfortable with Daryl to the point that she starts crossing certain boundaries with him. When she does this, Daryl will surely start to feel quite uncomfortable!

AMC’s official description for this Daryl and Carol scenario reads like this, “Daryl becomes uncomfortable when Carol starts going past his boundaries.”

What particular boundaries will Carol break with Daryl? That’s the big question we’ll be looking to see get answered in this episode.

Whatever it is, it sounds like this storyline will serve up some very interesting and possible very intense scenes for you guys to look forward to. So, get ready for it to play out when next Sunday night rolls around.

The second and last teaser description that AMC was so nice enough to let go of reveals that the Alpha and Beta will definitely be in suspicious mode in this 7th episode.

You see, there will be certain people that will totally set off alarm bells for the Alpha and Beta, and they will have some serious reservations about these certain individuals. AMC’s description tells us, “Alpha and Beta share reservations about a certain individual.”

Which individuals will cause the Alpha and Beta to get so on edge? That’s a very important question for this particular plotline. Unfortunately, we couldn’t track down that intel. So, we will certainly have to wait and see.

It sounds like this storyline will deliver some pretty interesting scenes at the very least. So, get prepped for it.

If you want more spoiler intel for episode 7, be sure to check Youtube for the new episode 7 preview clip after episode 6 airs tonight. We expect AMC to post the new preview clip like they always do after every episode.

The new episode 7 preview clip will more than likely feature other information that the teaser descriptions didn’t. So again, check for it after episode 6 airs.

Some of the season regular characters that will be featured in episode 7 are: Norman Reedus as character Daryl Dixon , Danai Gurira as character Michonne , Melissa McBride as character Carol Peletier, Alanna Masterson as character Tara Chambler, Josh McDermitt as character Eugene Porter and Christian Serratos as character Rosita Espinoza.

AMC’s press release confirmed that episode 7 is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night, November 17, 2019 at approximately 8 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “The Walking Dead” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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