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'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Spoilers: Major Character In Danger Of Getting Killed Off, Actor Contract Still Not Renewed

Update Date: Jan 18, 2017 10:20 AM EST
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Fans are always fearful that their beloved "The Walking Dead" Season 7 characters could get killed off at any minute. Although it seems highly unlikely that Rick Grimes or Daryl Dixon will meet their end soon in the AMC series, one major character appears to be in danger of getting axed by the end of the season. The speculations arose from news that the actor's contract has not yet been renewed to ensure his inclusion in Season 8.

Minor characters tend to drop like flies on "The Walking Dead", but the death of major characters is always met with fan outrage. People are undoubtedly still reeling from the grisly fate of Abraham and Glenn in "The Walking Dead" Season 7 premiere, so killing off another member of the main cast could be disastrous. Will the actor's contract be renewed in time for the eighth season?

It has been revealed that Chandler Riggs has already fulfilled his seven-year contract when he finished work on "The Walking Dead" Season 7. However, the young actor's contract has yet to be renewed so ensure Carl Grimes' return in the eighth season. Does this mean that Carl will get killed off in the current season?

The future may not look so bright for Chandler Riggs' character in "The Walking Dead" Season 7, but it is still too early to predict whether Carl Grimes will die before the series concludes later this year. After all, negotiations are still being made for leading men Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus, who are expected to get a bigger paycheck in Season 8. Hopefully, Riggs' contract will be renewed in time for the eighth season to be announced by AMC.

Chandler Riggs is still set to appear as Carl Grimes in the second half of "The Walking Dead" Season 7. The series is scheduled to return on AMC on February 12.

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