HOLLYWOOD – AMC have bowed to fan pressure and released a picture that reveals who Negan killed at the conclusion of the Season 6 finale of popular zombie romp The Walking Dead.

The Season Finale of Season 6 of The Walking Dead was a classical example of asking more questions than it answered, but the TV studio AMC have finally relented and released a picture that reveals who was killed by Negan in the final moments of Season 6. The photograph officially comes from a flashback in the first episode of Season 7 but confirms the story first published in the Studio Exec (see here) and flatly denied by the ignorant, the ill-informed and those with yeast infections. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan, told the Studio Exec:

It’s crazy. I was thinking I was going to have to keep this secret for months over the summer but I’m relieved to say now that it is out and I can share the joy and wonder of this ground-breaking crossover. I’ve been reading the first scripts for Season 7 and all I can say is there be dragons!

The new revelation was greeted with both shock and relief as fans struggling with competing Nerdidom versus a sense of jarring weirdness that The Walking Dead had done something genuinely surprising.

The White Walkering Dead will be broadcast in the Fall.

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HOLLYWOOD – Following a controversial Season 6 finale of The Walking Dead, AMC has decided to placate the fan base and reveal who Negan killed.

Ever since the finale of Season 6 of The Walking Dead, fans have been lighting up the internet with a variety complicated theories and general complaint. Some comments have been longer than The Lord of the Rings and some theories are more complex than the General Theory of Relativity. However, following a fan petition and several negative reviews, AMC have revealed who Negan, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, killed in the final episode of Season 6.

A source from the Studio told the Studio Exec EXCLUSIVELY:

The fact of the matter is Negan didn’t killed Rick or Glenn or Daryl. As a matter of fact, he didn’t kill an major character from the Walking Dead. That was a huge misdirection on the part of the showrunner. Instead, it was a major character from a different show.

A different show? An AMC show?

Nope. A different highly successful show from HBO.

HBO? You don’t mean…

You know nothing Studio Exec.

Negan killed Jon Snow?

You know noth…

Shut up. Just shut up! It doesn’t make any sense. 

You know nothing.

The Walking Dead Season 7 will be broadcast in the Fall.