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Jan 26, 2017 10:35 PM EST

Dead 'Walking Dead' Character to Reprise His Role in Season 7 [VIDEO]


One dead "Walking Dead" character may be returning in the season finale of "The Walking Dead" Season 7 when it resumes its series starting on Feb. 13 exclusively at AMC. Reports say that the character is none other than Abraham played by Michael Cudlitz.

It is not surprising to have a dead "Walking Dead" character come back to life in a TV series that centers on a zombie apocalypse. But what happened to Abraham means he cannot transform into a zombie. His head was bashed by Negan, which means he was not bitten. As seen in all zombie movies, a person will be transformed into a movie when a zombie bites any part of his body.

Whether or not Abraham comes back for the earth-shattering 99th episode of "The Walking Dead," this is actually not the first time a dead "Walking Dead" character came back for a brief sequence. Hershel Greene was spotted in a hallucination at the prison, long after the place had been torn down to bits. Shane Walsh also made a cameo in the third season while Rick Grimes was attacking the Woodbury community as reported by Comic Book.

There is a rumor floating around that Sasha, played by Sonequa Martin-Green, will meet her demise in the season finale of Season 7. One supporting evidence her becoming a dead "Walking Dead" character is that she has been selected for a lead role in the upcoming "Star Trek: Discovery" series. It would then make sense for Abraham to appear briefly in a flashback sequence in the season finale as reported by Cinema Blend.

"The Walking Dead" has received several awards for its amazing performances. It is also one of the longest running TV shows today. Check out the trailer for "The Walking Dead" Season 7 Episode 9 in this video that also includes a clip of the mid-season finale:

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