The Walking Dead is a show like Game of Thrones, because it is deeply based on source material and its cast keeps getting killed off. Season 6 is due out this fall, and there several rumors of what characters will be killed off. A recent tweet revealed The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 1 spoiler, as well as changes in the cast and its air date.
According to Vine Report, Michael Cudlitz, the actor that plays Abraham Ford on The Walking Dead, sent a "controversial tweet" to his fellow co-worker Josh McDermitt, who plays the character of Eugene. The tweet said "Enjoy, I had a blast working with you. (I did)". And this tweet was later deleted so it just read "Enjoy".
It is enough to let all fans of The Walking Dead know that Eugene is probably going to be the next to join the zombies. Apparently, this tweet from Cudlitz in response for McDermitt's absence from Twitter because he was working on a film called Middle Man. At least, this is what the changed tweet was implying.
Of course, this tweet could suggest that Cudlitz dies in season 6, as Abraham does die in the context of the graphic novel. Granted, the storyline on the comic book and the television show does not match up perfectly, but the television show seems to follow certain story elements.
There seems to be a lot of other speculation that Enid, a character on the show that the audience knows little about, will apparently enter the spotlight around Season 6. Cleveland Entertainment reports that there are scenes being filmed of actress Katelyn Nacon filming with two adult actors that could play her parents during a flashback.
One story element that could happen is the death of Michonne, according to iDigitalTimes. This is only a rumor, and I would find it hard to believe that the show would kill off this fan-favorite character. There are always rumors that Daryl Dixon could be killed, and a recent report says that he sold his house in Georgia. Reedus has denied those rumors, according to Comic Book.com.
Melty reports that The Walking Dead Season 6 is now beginning filming in Manchester, Georgia. Apparently it will begin in the Alexandria Safe-Zone, which follows a storyline in the comics as Rick and the other survivors tried to "settle down" in a walled city. Considering that this safe setting did not last long as internal struggles and an invasion of zombie walkers ended this chapter of The Walking Dead graphic novel story.
So I suppose that the temporary relief that Rick the survivors will have in Alexandria is a spoiler, and there have been some others that are mostly rumors, based on what we know from the storyline in the graphic novel series.
For example, we know that Glenn (Stephen Yeun) is going to die at the hands of a villainous man named of Negan, as this is what the graphic novel series has shown in black-and-white (literally, because the comic book source material is in black and white). It is unknown whether Glenn will die in this season, and if he will die at the hands of Negan, who has yet to make an appearance on the television show.
Season 5 ended on strange note. As you may recall, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) shot crazed husband Pete (Corey Brill) in the head, and then Morgan (Lennie James) made his expected return.
The Latino Post says that Morgan's return as well as the arrival of the Wolves, a sadistic group of survivors who could be the main antagonists for the next season, are the scenarios fans should watch out for. There is also a possibility of a romance between Rick and Jessie (Alexandra Breckenridge), even though Rick just murdered the father of her children.
Oh, and another thing could be more zombies. The show has lately focused on humans as the main villains, but Season 6 might remind us why Rick and his gang are together in the first place. Considering that in the graphic novels, the Alexandria safe zone was invaded by a zombie horde, then it would be not surprising if history repeated itself.
Season 6 of The Walking Dead will begin on AMC on either October 11 or October 18, 2015. I realize that for some of you, that might be a long wait, but the spinoff series, Fear the Walking Dead, should be out this summer.