The Walking Dead season 7 now available on Netflix

Spencer Monroe (Austin Nichols) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in Episode 8Photo by Gene Page/AMC
Spencer Monroe (Austin Nichols) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in Episode 8Photo by Gene Page/AMC /

The Walking Dead’s season 7 is now available on Netflix so that members of the TWD Family can start binge watching ahead of the show’s October 22 return.

This is an exciting week for the TWD Family as fans prepare for the return of Fear the Walking Dead on September 10. Not only that, but The Walking Dead season 7 is now available to stream on Netflix.

Starting Friday, September 8, the entire seventh season of AMC’s massive hit The Walking Dead is on Netflix for subscribers in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Japan, Europe and several other countries. For anyone who was able to stay away from the series when it originally aired in order to host a massive binge watching session, now is the time to pop the popcorn and start watching.

Despite slightly lower ratings in season 7 than in previous seasons, The Walking Dead’s season finale was the highest rated show in the second quarter of the TV-watching calendar. Season 7 provided several pivotal moments for Rick Grimes as Negan and his Saviors crushed the group’s morale after Lucille crushed Abraham and Glenn’s skulls. With such a dark and desolate start to the season, along with many losses throughout the season, it is difficult to imagine that there could be any positive moments. Certainly, Maggie’s rise as the de facto leader of the Hilltop is one of them.

With only a few short weeks until The Walking Dead returns for season 8, there’s a lot to look forward to as Rick and his companions fight Negan and the Saviors to take back their freedom. The All Out War storyline promises lots of action, lots of drama, and lots of casualties on both sides as Rick and Negan go all in to win the battle.

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The Walking Dead season 7 is available now on Netflix, and season 8 starts October 22 on AMC.