The Walking Dead season 7 episode 3 ‘The Cell’ preview (Video)

Dwight (Austin Amelio) in Episode 3Photo by Gene Page/AMC
Dwight (Austin Amelio) in Episode 3Photo by Gene Page/AMC /

Check out this sneak peek teaser video of The Walking Dead season 7 episode 3 titled ‘The Cell’ which will air on AMC on Sunday, November 6, 2016.

With another episode of The Walking Dead in the books, it is time once again to look forward to next Sunday, when a new episode of the hit AMC zombie survival drama will air. This time, it will be the third episode of season 7 titled “The Cell”.

Last week, fans were introduced to The Kingdom. Led by King Ezekiel with his pet Shiva by his side, they appear to be a much more understanding and compassionate group compared to other groups led by individuals like Negan and Gregory.

Thankfully, there is already a way to get a little bit of information on what to expect during the next episode of The Walking Dead, as a new teaser video has been released. Here is the sneak peek from the official YouTube channel of AMC:

This teaser video has Dwight of The Saviors seemingly trying to enjoy his lunch break outside of a building when he is interrupted by the sound of walkers.

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It is revealed that next to him is a big fence with walkers strapped to it as well as some chained to cement blocks scattered throughout the yard. Two individuals are brought in to the chained area and put over one of the cement barriers before the handler leaves.

Dwight’s interest seems to have been piqued by this, and he stands to get a better view of the action. He watches as the walkers struggle to free themselves to get to the survivors in the fenced off area.

It’s hard to tell whether this is disappointing or intriguing Dwight, but he definitely has some kind of response to seeing this and it could play into the next episode.

Don’t miss The Walking Dead season 7 episode 3. Airing on November 6, 2016, “The Cell” appears to be telling more about The Saviors and their home, including some interesting scenes with a character in desperate need of development: Dwight.