Jeffrey Dean Morgan?s Negan has finally arrived, and despite the cliffhanger Season 6 finale, he?s turning out to be exactly what fans have hoped for. Here's what to expect from the character heading into Season 7. Click To Continue Reading
The Good Wife will go down in history as "one of the finest shows to ever grace our television screens," according to Jeffrey Dean Morgan (and E! News' TV Scoop team), but that's...
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The Walking Dead is currently on a break until Season 7. However, all TWD fans have the same question after the finale. Who did Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) kill? Which character met their demise by having their face bashed in by Lucille, Negan’s barbed wire baseball bat? There are a lot of claims that Negan... Show More Summary
No Small Parts’ latest IMDb mini-profile is on Jeffrey Dean Morgan. He’s found a niche playing as a good-natured side character, but he also showed he can seem as bad as anyone with his performances in Watchmen and now in The Walking Dead.
In episode four of his series for IMDb, host Brandon Hardesty of No Small Parts takes a look at the career of actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, his excitement about playing the role of Negan in The Walking Dead, the characters that he played in past films and television shows that prepared him for the villainous […]
Earlier this month, Jeffrey Dean Morgan stormed onto the season finale of The Walking Dead as Negan, the most terrifying villain the zombie drama has ever seen. Clad in leather and brandishing a barbed-wire-wrapped baseball bat, Negan brought us a frustrating and sickening cliffhanger when he killed a mystery character. Show More Summary
In one of the most divisive season finales in recent memory, The Walking Dead ’s sixth season had viewers more than a little frustrated as new villain Negan—played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan—appeared to kill off one of the show’s main characters. Show More Summary
The Walking Dead Season 6 is officially over, and fans can’t stop talking about that dramatic cliffhanger. In the final episode, viewers watched as Negan, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, killed a beloved member of Rick’s group by bashing their head in with his weapon of choice, a baseball bat that he calls Lucille. Show More Summary
Negan made his introduction in The Walking Dead season 6 finale. Unfortunately, TWD fans are not happy that the “Lucilled” character was not revealed. Now viewers will have to wait until October to find out which “beloved” character died a bloody death. Show More Summary
Warning: This article may contain spoilers for The Walking Dead comic books and television series. As is usually the case with The Walking Dead season finales, the end of season 6 left fans feeling the full spectrum of raw emotions from frustration to grief and, while the man responsible for some of that grief can’t... Show More Summary
At the end of season 6 of The Walking Dead, Negan made his long-awaited debut and Jeffrey Dean Morgan pulled the role off perfectly. Once the season finale was over though, there was a lot left to be desired as no-one has any earthly idea who he killed since it was a cliffhanger. Show More Summary
Though various fan theories about who was killed off in the explosive season 6 finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead" have popped up in the days since it aired, "TWD" executive producer and director Greg Nicotero now says that they haven't even filmed the part where Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) kills one of the Alexandrians.
A lot of “The Walking Dead” fans are angry about the sixth season’s finale (like, really, really angry) in which the audience is left wondering who took a beating at the hands of Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). In the comics, it was Glenn Rhee who gets hit to death by Negan’s barbed-wired baseball bat. While […]
The Walking Dead season 6 finale was truly one to remember. Jeffery Dean Morgan filled the shoes of Negan unbelievably well. The sadistic, yet strangely humorous Negan took the life of one of the main members of Rick Grimes’ group. Audio from the final moments of the finale reveals a small clue as to who... Show More Summary
The Walking Dead executive producer Scott Gimple admits he anticipated some unhappiness from fans in response to Sunday's controversial cliff-hanger finale, in which new villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) brutally murders an unseen main character. "I think if you have something in a story that can... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead Scott Gimple
There was a lot of anticipation heading into The Walking Dead?s Season 6 finale. Much of this anticipation came from the introduction of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as the long-awaited villain Negan, who had been teased in several of the episodes prior.Click To Continue Reading
Everyone has their own opinion about the controversial Season 6 finale of The Walking Dead. Even Jeffrey Dean Morgan. He's aware of fan frustrations, and here's what he has to say.Click To Continue Reading
Now that new main villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) has made his long-awaited appearance in AMC's popular "The Walking Dead," could the show's spin-off/prequel someday tell the story of where Negan came from and how he rose to pow...
"If we were following Negan’s story from day one of ‘The Walking Dead,’ the audience would be rooting for him," Morgan says of Negan.