With September constantly delivering new seasons of our favorite shows, spoilers are just about everywhere. This is especially true of “The Walking Dead” Season 8, which is set to premiere in October.

“The Walking Dead” Season 8 is known for killing off a lot of characters and that can leave a deep scar on both viewers and characters. When Glenn Rhee’s head was smashed on the ground by Negan and Lucille, fans were devastated, as was Maggie who is pregnant with their child.

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‘The Walking Dead’ producers might kill the baby in the new season

According to Comic Book, it seems that the baby will not make it to the 16th episode of “The Walking Dead” Season 8. One of the show’s showrunners, Scott M.

Gimple, revealed that “Maggie’s baby will not be born in season 8. But anything is possible.” So it’s either the pregnancy will have complications or they are just delaying the birth for something better.

One successful birth that happened in the show was Judith Grimes’, even though a price was paid. Season 7 prevailed with Rick’s daughter in tow. Hopefully, Lauren Cohen’s character will not end up like Carl Grimes’ mom.

TWD theories for Season 8 revealed

Fan theories are also suggesting that season 8 may be the end for Rick Grimes. With the latest trailer, it also seemed like Rick just woke up from a coma. But that theory ended when Science Fiction reported that Gimple simply said, “No coma. It is not a coma.”

For all the fans of the TWD show in Atlanta, October is going to be a great month.

It will kick off the premiere of season 8 and the Walker Stalker Con. Fanfest.com revealed that the guest list for the event in August features Tobin Bell (Saw) and Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead & Fear the Walking Dead). Ethan Embry (The Walking Dead & Cheap Thrills), and Emilie de Ravin (Lost & Once Upon a Time) will also be there along with Andrew Lincoln.

Most of them will be present at the event from October 27 to 29, while Lincoln will only be attending on Sunday, October 29. The event will be held at Georgia World Congress Center. They also previously announced that one of the authors of TWD, Jay Bonansinga, will make an appearance with Melissa McBride, Danai Gurira, Norman Reedus and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Aside from that Lauren Cohan, Jon Bernthal, Chandler Riggs, Tom Payne, Lennie James, Scott Wilson, Cooper Andrews will also be returning to the phenomenal TV series from the AMC network.

“The Walking Dead” returns this October 22 to continue the story of the remaining survivors in the TV show.