If the series follows the comic books then 'Glenn' may be a goner after already faking us out with his death last season, but then maybe his pregnant wife 'Maggie' who was in need of medical attention will be bludgeoned to death instead (it's not the first time the show has killed off a pregnant woman).
And also what about 'Carol' and 'Morgan', what new community, or Kingdom, and its people have they discovered?
It's strange when you think the actor's played such lovable characters in the past, like the 'Winchester Boys' father in Supernatural, heart patient 'Denny Duquette' and love interest of intern 'Izzie Stevens' in Grey's Anatomy and recently 'Alicia Florrick's' mysterious investigator lover in The Good Wife.
If you're a fan of the show, be sure to also check out all these previous season promo billboards for The Walking Dead, plus this Daryl Dixon and Walker costumes on display recently at the FIDM Museum in Downtown L.A.
UPDATED: This seasons seven ad creative looks even more impressive when it's been super-sized.
Daily Billboard also thinks there'll be a lot of Negan impersonators walking the streets this Halloween.
UPDATED: Negan's bat 'Lucille' even gets its own billboard this season and this vertical ad creative was snapped at Hollywood's Sunset & Vine on October 11, 2016.
UPDATED: Daily Billboard also couldn't help but share these billboards for The Walking Dead's companion talk show hosted by Chris Hardwick.
UPDATED: Meanwhile this 'Rise Up' billboard for the show's midseason return, featuring Rick and his reunited fellow survivors, seems to be the perfect anthem for these dark times and was snapped along the Sunset Strip on January 6, 2017.