Fans are anxiously awaiting the return of "The Walking Dead" after the season four cliffhanger that they were left with. As of Tuesday, Entertainment Wise reports that Robert Kirkman, the creator of "The Walking Dead" series already has a villain in mind or season six. As far as anyone knows, AMC has not confirmed that there will be a season six of the show however, it seems more than likely that it will happen as it is one of the network's most popular shows.
Kirkman says that Negan, from the 100th episode comic book will be making his way to the show, however, he and Scott Gimple, the showrunner of "The Walking Dead" haven't decided who would play the part. Kirkman also confirms in a recent interview that he is 99-percent sure that Negan will make an appearance some time in season five, likely after some of Rick's people have been taken out. And who knows, perhaps he will have a hand in how that happens.
As far as the development of season five, Robert Kirkman says that he's already figured out the overall arc of the story line for the season. It's been mentioned that the season will likely be about survival and simply getting through and getting back together. The season five finale is already nailed down, and the second episode of season five has already been submitted. This coming season will largely center around a cannibal haven according to The Epoch Times.
This coming season of "The Walking Dead" is likely going to be action packed and a tough one to see as the group is still divided, and now most of them are stuck in a boxcar in Terminus. Carol and Tyreese could be the saving graces of this season as could Beth since she's still missing. Anything could end up happening to the group seeing as how Gareth seems to be a pretty crazy guy that will do anything to get what he wants. The new season will premiere in October. Will you be watching?