Season seven of "The Walking Dead," came out swinging. Unfortunately, Abraham Ford and Glenn Rhee are the first casualties of the season. Their deaths ended a seven-month cliffhanger that outraged many fans. In the season seven midseason finale, minor Alexandria characters Olivia and Spencer Monroe fall victim to Negan and the Saviors. So far in the second half of the season, fans are given a reprieve. However, Tv Line hints that it will end soon. With only four episodes left in the season, death looms for one character on "The Walking Dead."

Showrunner Scott Gimple tells TV Line, "This season’s finale has darkness and light, real horrific moments, betrayal, and real moments of beauty, redemption, love and friendship.

It’s sort of the panoply of human and Walking Dead experience."

'The Walking Dead' marching to war

The second half of this season has been lighter and more fun to watch. All the characters fans love to watch are banding together to start a war with Negan. In the last episode "Say Yes," Rick and Michonne scavenge for weapons while reinforcing their bond as a couple. They talk about reordering the world once Negan is defeated. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) only wants to lead with Michonne (Danai Gurira) by his side. The couple are successful in finding guns for uneasy ally Jadis. However, Jadis wants more guns before she joins the fight against Negan and the Saviors. Rosita (Christian Serratos) is tired of waiting around.

She is ready to a move.

"Say Yes" shows Rosita and Sasha teaming up to take down Negan. Both women know that their mission may end in death. With so much focus on Rosita this season, will she get a Holly remix death? What about the news that Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha) has been cast as the lead in the CBS new "Star Trek" series?

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Does this mean certain death for Sasha? Fans will have to tune in on April 3 to find out.

In the meantime, Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead" encourages Morgan, Carol and King Ezekiel to join the war. Here is the promo for "Bury Me Here."