The Walking Dead Producer Says The Rest Of Season 6 Will Leave Viewers Needing ‘Psychological Counseling’!

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It’s going to get even bloodier after last night?!

The Walking Dead may be the most stressful show to ever air on television, but if you thought things were bad for our Alexandrians now… you don’t even know the half of it.

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That’s because according to an executive producer on the AMC drama, the back half of Season Six if going to give you legit PTSD.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Gale Anne Hurd teases new villain Jeffrey Dean Morgan‘s unwanted arrival, saying:

“I think Jeffrey Dean Morgan is one of the best actors on television, and if you know the Negan character he is charming, he knows what he wants and how to get it…

Negan is probably the most dynamic, complex and charismatic villain, but at the same time he is human. He feels sorry that you’ve encountered him and he genuinely does feel like, ‘It’s really your worst day that you ran into me.’ And he actually really believes it! So the self-knowledge that he has is unlike any other character…

[You’re] likely to probably need some psychological counseling afterwards, so I’d line that up.”

Can’t wait.

Without giving too much of the comics away, Negan’s arrival marks the death of a major character… but we have a feeling his fan-favorite armor is going to deflect the killing to someone else…

In fact, Gale pretty much confirmed the murderous scene is coming, saying:

“Someone is going to be facing Lucille. If you don’t know what Lucille is, it’s what [Negan] names his bat. So yes, at some point, someone is going to be facing Lucille.”

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But as long as Carol lives, we’ll survive.

[Image via The Walking Dead/Instagram.]

Feb 15, 2016 1:48pm PDT

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