The Walking Dead: Season 7 Review - IGN


Season 7 effectively expanded the world of the show, giving Walking Dead a much larger palette to paint on. However, the pacing and structure of the season, as a whole, made for an often lumbering and wallowing watch. For a long stretch, especially in the second half of the season, it felt like things never quite picked up or caught on, and that everything was being saved for the finale - which wound up not being quite meaty enough to justify the months of fasting. Jeffrey Dean Morgan brought a vibrant electricity to a fundamentally flat season, but Negan was overused to the point of becoming a one-trick pony.

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