"The Walking Dead" season 7 episode 4 is approaching: fans will be glad to know that the next installment of the AMC's show will last 90 minutes instead of 60. Here are episode 7x04 video preview, spoilers and air date.

TWD season 7 episode 4: air date, title and synopsis

The air date of TWD season 7 episode 4 is November 13, 2016. The installment, which will last 90 minutes, is titled "Service". Here's the brief, official synopsis: "The remaining members of the group try to keep it together in Alexandria; the receive a sobering visit". You may easily guess who the visitor is...

'The Walking Dead' preview: official trailer and sneak peek

Below you can watch AMC's official video preview for "The Walking Dead" 7x04 and a tasty sneak peek recently released by the network, both focused on what is going to happen next in Alexandria:

'The Walking Dead' 7x04 spoilers and theories

As you can see from the videos above, Daryl will be back in Alexandria with Negan.

This doesn't mean that Daryl is going to stay with Rick and the others. At the moment, we can only speculate that Dixon is going to accept his role as one of Negan's helper, as suggested by Negan himself in the previous episode, nonetheless, we're pretty sure that Daryl isn't suddenly become fond of Lucille's owner.

During his visit to Alexandria, Negan will make fun of some citizens and Rick will remind everyone that things have changed and he's no longer in charge. It's also very likely that Negan will have a chat with Olivia (as suggested by some pictures included in the season 7 Comic-con trailer). According to some sources, Negan will also threaten to kill her. We also know (as reported by Spoiler TV) that a gunfire will be shot within Alexandria's walls (probably by Carl) and that Michonne has a secret from Rick.

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Other spoilers on "The Walking Dead" next episode could be found in episode 7x05 official synopsis: "Saddled with grief and surrounded by enemies, members of the group try to find safety at the Hilltop before it’s too late".