But, while we can expect to see a ton of stuff in the trailer, sadly one thing we definitely won't see is the result of that cruel cliffhanger involving Negan.
Executive producer Greg Nicotero, who also directed the premiere episode, explained how the initial screening scarred some of the Season 7 directors.
Greg Nicotero has confirmed to Comicbook.com that he is the director of the upcoming season 7 premiere of "The Walking Dead". "The nice thing about this season is you will get a chance to see some of these inner workings of these different worlds and these communities and really get a chance to see how much they know about the rest of the world. A couple of people have seen it and then they stand next to me for about 24 hours going, 'F--!' And I'm like, 'What?'" If you are thirsty for more information we have one more bit of good news for you today.
Look what you did to Carol, Nicotero!
But enough about what's not in the trailer, what can Nicotero tells fans about what is in the trailer? "There's a lot of that involved in Season 7". It's unclear where Morgan now is since viewers last saw him, although signs seem to indicate that he might be heading towards the Kingdom, a community that appears in the original comic series by Robert Kirkman.
The driving force behind Season 6 was the fact that Rick and company have started to show the dark side of survival.
I can not wait to explore with Morgan and Carol in Season 7!
Elsewhere of The Walking Dead Season 7, we know that new series regulars include Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan), Austin Amelio (Dwight), Tom Payne (Jesus) and Xander Berkeley (Gregory), while several more major additions are expected to announce soon. Thus, many storyline aspects and questionable actions of the characters that frustrated viewers in the early episodes will not likely be present as the separated Fear group go into Season 2B having been seriously hardened by a rough life on the road.