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Watch The Walking Dead Online: Season 9 Episode 7

Who are the Whisperers?

That was revealed on The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 7 when Rosita and Eugene ran into a bunch of issues while testing out the new radio. 

Watch The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 7 Online

Meanwhile, Carol turned to an old friend who was living alone in a wilderness filled with walkers, but did the friend want to return home?

Also, Michonne tried to get the other group into the Hilltop, but did Maggie give the green light?

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Promo and clip for The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 8 – ‘Evolution’

AMC has released a promo and sneak clip clip for the midseason finale of The Walking Dead season 9, entitled ‘Evolution’; check them out here…

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A small rescue mission braves a dangerous herd in their hunt for a missing comrade, only to discover a surprising threat that could doom them all.

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The Walking Dead season 9 airs on Sundays in the Us and on Mondays in the UK.

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TV Review: The Walking Dead - Season 9, Episode 7

  • JoBlo
Season 9, Episode 7: Stradivarius Plot: Michonne leads her new acquaintances to Hilltop while Carol reconnects with Daryl and Rosita runs for her life. Review: The Stradivarius episode of AMC's The Walking Dead marked the return of actor Michael Cudlitz to the series. Cudlitz used to play the character Abraham Ford on the show, making his first appearance near the end of season 4 and then making…
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The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 7 Review: Stradivarius

Michonne seems to have an itchy sword hand as The Walking Dead once again attempts to move past Rick and Maggie.

This The Walking Dead review contains spoilers.

The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 7

This is the 122nd episode of The Walking Dead. For nine seasons, I've watched this show, not counting a couple of seasons of spin-off Fear The Walking Dead that I also covered for Den of Geek. That's a long time to watch a show, and I'll be honest, I'm feeling a little burned out on the show. Even with the big changes in the show's team, both in front of and behind of the camera, the change hasn't been dramatic enough, or positive enough, to make the show feel different in episodes like this.

The episode is split pretty evenly between two events. Carol and Henry have a nice time camping with Daryl, and Michonne leads Magna's
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Promo For Next Week’s Walking Dead Teases The Mid-Season Finale

Tonight’s episode of The Walking Dead, 9×07 “Stradavarius,” continued the story of the 6-year time jump, as we saw Carol reconnect with Daryl who’s been living like a hermit, Michonne clash with Magna’s new group of survivors as she led them to the Hilltop and we followed on from the shock cliffhanger of last week’s installment, with Eugene and Rosita hiding from what they thought was a herd of walkers – though fans know they’re really creepy human villains the Whisperers.

Next week, the Whisperers will make their mark for real as we reach the mid-season finale. Titled “Evolution,” episode 9×08 looks like it’ll see some of the survivors discovering the truth about the chilling community, teasing the major threat that they’ll face in the second half of the run. For more, here’s the official plot synopsis:

“A small rescue mission braves a dangerous herd
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‘Walking Dead': Everything We Know About Georgie So Far

‘Walking Dead': Everything We Know About Georgie So Far
(Spoilers ahead for the Nov. 18 episode of “The Walking Dead” on AMC)

Ever since she first popped up out of nowhere in Season 8, “The Walking Dead” fans have been speculating non-stop about what Georgie’s (Jayne Atkinson) role will be in the future. Even though she has not appeared again since, Georgie’s impact has been felt — especially this week when we discovered that Maggie (Lauren Cohan) has made her exit from the show by joining up with Georgie’s quest to bring civilization back to the world.

We still don’t actually know that much about Georgie. She first appeared, as you recall, shortly before the Saviors attacked the Hilltop last season, offering food and knowledge — a book detailing primitive technology like aqueducts and so forth — in exchange for music. Georgie claimed to be roaming around, sort of trying to rekindle civilization wherever she encountered a community worth fostering.
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The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 7 Review: Stradivarius

And just like that, the wind has been effectively taken out of The Walking Dead's sails.

That's not to say that The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 7 was a bad installment, but given the quality this season has churned out, I expected much better. "Stradavarius" just wasn't what you would have expected going into the midseason finale. And as a result, it often felt sluggish and unfocused.

Simply put, it just didn't feel up to par with the rest of the season.

The Walking Dead has run into this rut in the past when it's tried to focus on multiple storylines simultaneously, and unfortunately, the pacing of hours like these always take a hit.

While it's safe to say that most of us have lowered our expectations of The Walking Dead over the last few seasons, I believe that's part of the reason why The Walking Dead Season 9 has been so impressive.
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Everything You Need to Know About That Talking Zombie on ‘The Walking Dead’

Everything You Need to Know About That Talking Zombie on ‘The Walking Dead’
(Spoilers ahead for the Nov. 18 episode of “The Walking Dead” on AMC)

The latest two episode of “The Walking Dead” have been relatively low-key — to be expected given that multi-year time skip and Andrew Lincoln’s exit — but they’ve also been setting up the next big storyline on the show via the talking zombies that have been chasing Eugene (Josh McDermitt) and Rosita (Christian Serratos).

So while “The Walking Dead” has spent significant time letting us get to know Magna’s new group and catch up on the new state of affairs with Maggie running around with Georgie, it has certainly also been steering us squarely toward the war with the Whisperers, a new antagonist group that worships zombies.

That movement has involved a plot thread that has seemed largely extraneous, but which looks like it will finally come to a head next week. This thread began last week
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The Walking Dead Finally Reveals What Happened to Lauren Cohan's Maggie

The Walking Dead Finally Reveals What Happened to Lauren Cohan's Maggie
The Walking Dead said goodbye to Lauren Cohan without much fanfare in episode five of season nine, and in episode seven, the AMC show finally addressed what happened to her character Maggie. Sort of. In "Stradivarius," The Walking Dead finally returned to the Hilltop community for the first time since the six-year time jump that occurred at the end of episode five. Jesus (Tom Payne) is now in charge. Maggie, it seems, is alive and well, just not at the Hilltop (or Alexandria for that matter). In the episode, viewers learned she sent Jesus a letter and said she's happy. Jesus isn't using her office, maintaining her absence from the Hilltop is just temporary. "I know you think you're just...
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The Walking Dead gets back on track with a trip to Hilltop

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For a show whose entire reason for existing is predicated on the idea that it’s not the destination, it’s the journey, The Walking Dead sure hasn’t spent much time outside the cozy confines of its established locations lately. I get it—those sets are expensive and cool—but it doesn’t always help the story.
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‘The Walking Dead’ episode 7 recap: Top 5 most memorable moments from ‘Stradivarius’

‘The Walking Dead’ episode 7 recap: Top 5 most memorable moments from ‘Stradivarius’
The Walking Dead” continues to peel back the curtain on all the drama viewers missed in the Season 9 time jump. In Episode 7, the show journeys to Hilltop Colony. Maggie (Lauren Cohan) is no longer leading the community, and figuring out how her tenure ended is shaping up to be a season-long mystery. Altered and strained community relations form the backbone of the episode, but possible paths back to normalcy are also presented. These are the five best moments from “Stradivarius.”

A New Hilltop

Magna (Nadia Hilker) presses Michonne (Danai Gurira) for details about Hilltop, but the swords-woman stoically notes that “it’s been a while since I’ve been there.” Viewers quickly learn that Hilltop is prospering. The camera zooms over the settlement to showcase vast new farming lands, an impressive water tower, and plenty of new tools like pottery wheels and blacksmith’s quarters. Enid (Katelyn Nacon) is the full time doctor,
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‘Walking Dead’ Recap: Michonne Tries to Trust Again (Spoilers)

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‘Walking Dead’ Recap: Michonne Tries to Trust Again (Spoilers)
Spoiler Alert: Do not keep reading if you have not seen Episode 7 of Season 9 of “The Walking Dead,” titled “Stradivarius”

This week’s episode of “The Walking Dead” picks up near the end of last week’s episode, with Rosita (Christian Serratos) wandering alone and wounded through the woods after she and Eugene (Josh McDermitt) narrowly escaped the group’s first encounter with the Whisperers. She struggles to find her way before eventually passing out.

Elsewhere, Carol (Melissa McBride) and Henry (Matt Lintz) have made their way to Daryl’s (Norman Reedus). Daryl lives a solitary existence out in the wilderness, with his only company being a dog that he affectionately refers to as…Dog. Carol asks Daryl to come with them to Hilltop in order to look out for her son, but Daryl is content to let the boy figure things out on his own.

Out on the road,
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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Characters Continue To Grate In ‘Stradivarius’

‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Characters Continue To Grate In ‘Stradivarius’
This Week On “The Walking Dead

So much of the first half of Season 9 of “The Walking Dead” has been focused on writing out Rick Grimes, leaving precious few episodes left to establish the new time-jump status quo as well as build to a satisfying cliffhanger for the mid-season break. Instead of maximizing that time, “The Walking Dead” has shifted back to auto-pilot, meandering around with very little drive until the November finale. The creative surge the show displayed early on this season is quickly dwindling.

Man Is The True Monster

It seems that Michonne’s change of heart last episode wasn’t “I’m being an asshole and I should be kind,” so much as a “I guess I could help these newbies find a new place to live since my kid guilted me into it, but I still distrust them and everyone,” and her stank attitude is even less fun this week.
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The Walking Dead: Carol and Daryl Reunite in Character-Driven Episode

The Walking Dead Season 9, Episode 7 was a plot-light hour, especially for the episode before the midseason finale, but this hasn't been a normal season of The Walking Dead. After the enormous shakeups of Episodes 5 and 6, we needed a bit of a comedown, and the Michael Cudlitz-directed


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‘Walking Dead': Are We Going to See Maggie Again This Season – or Ever?

‘Walking Dead': Are We Going to See Maggie Again This Season – or Ever?
(Spoilers ahead for the Nov. 18 episode of “The Walking Dead” on AMC)

Maggie (Lauren Cohan) is gone, but she’s not dead. This week’s episode of “The Walking Dead” revealed that she left the Hilltop with the mysterious Georgie during the big time jump that came at the end of Rick Grimes’ final episode.

And it turns out that may have also been Maggie’s final episode. Clearly, the creatives on the show and the folks at AMC are hedging their bets by not killing her off. But it’s entirely possible she’ll never appear on “The Walking Dead” ever again.

We had heard rumblings of Cohan’s exit from the series all year, following stories of a contentious contract dispute in which Cohan wanted equal pay with other longtime series regulars Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus. After signing on to ABC’s “Whiskey Cavalier,” which will debut mid-season,
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The Walking Dead Recap: Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Daryl

The Walking Dead Recap: Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Daryl
After “Who Are You Now?” gave us our first teensy taste of the Whisperers, Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead — the last one before the midseason finale — dished out… Drat. Only another minuscule morsel. After the opening showed us Rosita running from what she thought were walkers speaking in hushed tones, that was about it for the show’s new Big Bads. So how was the rest of the hour filled, then? By catching us up with B players like Jesus, Tara and Aaron, feeding us backstory on the newbies and their ill-fated friend Bernie, and revealing how, ahem,
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'Walking Dead': How Andrew Lincoln's Exit Fuels Norman Reedus' Future

[This story contains spoilers for season nine, episode seven of AMC's The Walking Dead, "Stradivarius."]

The Walking Dead and Rick Grimes are walking two different roads these days — at least, they will be, once Rick is back in walking condition.

Even with Andrew Lincoln away from the flagship series, the once and future Walking Dead franchise figurehead remains a critical part of the narrative, as was made clear in Sunday's installment, "Stradivarius." Look no further than the story of the new No. 1 on the call sheet, Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon, for proof....
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Stacey Abrams Urges Hollywood Not To Boycott Georgia: “We Will Fight – And We Will Win”

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After an uphill midterm election battle and a tight race that resulted in claims about voter suppression in Georgia, Democrat Stacey Abrams conceded to Republican Brian Kemp (who oversaw the election as Georgia’s secretary of state) in her efforts to become the first black female governor of the state. Despite not winning the post as governor amidst all the controversy, Abrams kept her head up and will continue her efforts to be the leader she is and was meant to be. More than that, she addressed Hollywood’s pushback against the state which has become an epicenter of production for the industry.

“I appreciate the calls to action, but I ask all of our entertainment industry friends to support #FairFightGA – but please do not #boycottgeorgia,” Abrams wrote on Twitter. “The hard-working Georgians who serve on crews & make a living here are not to blame. I promise: We will fight – and we will win.
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'The Walking Dead' Just Teased Its Next Major Death

[This story contains spoilers for season nine, episode seven of AMC's The Walking Dead, "Stradivarius," as well as the comic books on which the show is based.]

Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) narrowly avoided death, but some of the men and women he left behind won't be so lucky as The Walking Dead continues marching forward through its ninth season.

Indeed, one of the bloodiest events from the Walking Dead comic book series was teased during "Stradivarius," the most recent episode of the AMC adaptation, directed by former star Michael Cudlitz (who played the late and great ...
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Where is Maggie on The Walking Dead? And what about Daryl?

The Walking Dead spoilers about Season 9 Episode 7 have been revealed online. Some of the tidbits that have been leaked fill in the gaps of the latest time jump. Some of the questions that get answered during the new Twd episode include what happened to Maggie and where has Daryl been all this time? The ever-reliable group, The Spoiling Dead Fans, leaked a lot of new Season 9 Episode 7 spoilers. The new episode is called Stradivarius and it should be quite enjoyable for fans. As the description stated, “Carol seeks out an old friend living alone in the […]

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