The Walking Dead is a show about the world after a zombie apocalypse, and it’s been on for six seasons. The show has always focused on two main characters: Rick Grimes and Negan. In this sneak peek, we see that Maggie has to trust Negan in order to survive.
Negan and Maggie must trust each other in The Walking Dead sneak peek. In the preview, we see that Negan has a plan to help Maggie escape the Sanctuary.
In a sneak look from the upcoming episode of The Walking Dead, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) says to Maggie (Lauren Cohan), “The only way this works is if we trust each other.” “Why would I ever trust you?” Maggie wonders of her husband’s assassin, who abandoned her to die at the start of Season 11. Negan and Maggie must work together as they reunite without the wounded and left-behind Alden after fleeing walker-infested subway tunnels and being pursued by the Reapers on their route to Meridian, Alexandria’s final chance for survival (Callan McAuliffe).
As they approach a supply cache in Arbor Hills, Negan responds to Maggie’s inquiry, “‘Cause you want to remain alive, too.” Maggie retorts, “If she remains alive, “It’ll happen regardless of you. This isn’t because of you.”
Negan inquires as to why Maggie hasn’t yet put him down. Maggie hurls a knife at an approaching walker before she can respond. “Every day, I ask myself that question.”
“Maggie despises Negan, that’s all there is to it. Maggie wishes for his demise. Unfortunately for her, the only way she can get out of some circumstances is if she welcomes Negan into the fold. That’s all there is to it “On Talking Dead, Morgan remarked regarding Maggie and Negan’s collaboration. “It is, in a sense, what it is. She despises him, yet she needs him.”
In “Acheron: Part 2,” Maggie and Negan made a brief ceasefire by entrusting him with a pistol, which he returned after assisting Daryl (Norman Reedus) and the gang in escaping the zombie-infested subway tunnels under D.C. Maggie doesn’t murder Negan despite his killing Glenn (Steven Yeun), according to Cohan, who spoke to the AMC Blog.
“I get the impression she’s attempting to prioritize the needs of the many above the needs of the few… the few being herself. And it’s not so much about her wants as it is about her hopes of avoiding him since he’s either dead or not around any more “Cohan said. “Because so much is brought up for her in [Acheron: Part 1], I believe she’s striking a bargain with the devil. It entails them in a variety of ways plunging into the depths of their own hearts… She needs to keep Negan alive in order to keep the part of herself that doesn’t murder others alive. That portion of her that doesn’t have the ruthless kill-or-be-killed mentality.”
“Perhaps he has something to give, and she doesn’t realize what hope is around the bend,” Cohan said. “‘The lady who left here isn’t the one who’s standing over you right now,’ she adds. She doesn’t say it, but I believe she is thinking to herself, ‘I truly hope [the lady who left here] returns.’ I’m hoping she hasn’t totally vanished. I need to attempt things that will bring her back, and one of them isn’t murdering you. I’m not going to let you turn me into that person. I’m not going to let you get that out of me. You may disrespect my spouse all you want, but I’m not going to become that person.’ So it’s really gloomy, but in a strange sense, it’s also optimistic.”
“Out of the Ashes” is currently available on AMC+ ahead of its September 19 debut on the AMC channel at 9/8c.
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For all things TWD, follow the author @CameronBonomolo on Twitter. Season 11 of The Walking Dead airs on AMC on Sundays at 9/8c.
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