The Season 7 midseason finale of "The Walking Dead" is on Sunday and someone is certain to die. After all, Robert Kirkman said before the season even started that there would be a lot of deaths coming up, and that losing Glenn and Abraham was just the beginning. So who is most likely to die during the epic "TWD" episode?

The population at Alexandria is about to go down

Some are predicting the death of Carl (Chandler Riggs) because the actor who plays him is about to head off to college. There have been a few hints that Riggs might want off the show so he can finish up his education.

Considering that his character is still alive in the comics and he's a huge catalyst to the whole Negan plot, it's pretty safe to say that he won't be going anywhere. It's probably even written into his contract. For now, my guess is that Carl isn't going anywhere and the going to college rumors are an effort to throw off predictions about who will really meet their end in the next episode of "The Walking Dead."

We have been seeing a lot of Olivia lately and in terms of "TWD", that is probably more of a bad thing than a good thing.

The chubby keeper of the pantry recently had another run-in wth Negan that left her in tears after she slapped him across the face. Negan acted as if he cared that he hurt her feelings but we all know he's a sadistic psychopath and he'll kill anyone who gets in his way. Will he take out Olivia for daring to defy him with that slap?

Is Spencer the most likely to die next on 'TWD'?

The most likely candidate to be moving out of his acting trailer is Austin Nichols, who plays Spencer on "The Walking Dead." As the only survivor left in his family, Spencer not only blames Rick for the death of his parents, but he loathes him for it.

Historically, those who defy the leader of the group never fare well and even Father Gabriel doesn't care for Spencer. If this were Las Vegas and you were gambling, the odds would favor Spencer as the next to die.

Not to mention that in the "TWD" comic books, Spencer's story arc is coming to an end right about now. He is ripe for killing, and the AMC series is expected to closely follow the comic books in the upcoming midseason finale.

Even Chandler Riggs said to keep an eye out for that comic book storyline because "The Walking Dead" will be sticking to the script this time around.

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