‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7: How would YOU rate it from 10 (obsessed) to 1 (worst show on TV)? [POLL]

Are you still reeling from Sunday’s deadly season finale of “The Walking Dead”? (We are too — read our recap here.) Now that Season 7 of AMC’s hit drama is a thing of the past (much like poor Sasha), we want to know how YOU would rate the overall season from 10 (obsessed) to 1 (worst show on TV). Cast your vote in our “The Walking Dead” Season 7 poll below and then defend your choice down in the comments section.

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The seventh season began back in October with an emotional outing titled “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be.” New bad guy Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) made a memorable introduction to TV when he killed off two fan-favorite characters: Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz). The rest of the season dealt with the repercussions of those actions. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) at first obeyed Negan and his Saviors, but then more recently he tried to create an army from the remaining groups in the area including the Hilltop, the Kingdom and the Junkyard Gang.

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As predicted, Sonequa Martin-Green‘s Sasha kicked the bucket in the Season 7 finale, titled “The First Day Of The Rest Of Your Life.” But no one could have expected how her death affected those around her. As Negan was poised to use Sasha as bait against heroic Rick and his people, Negan opened the casket to reveal that Sasha had died while on the commute to the town thanks to taking a cyanide pill. Zombified Sasha then attacked Negan and killed one of his men, a distraction that the others used to start a fire fight within the walls of Alexandria. How will the survivors come together to battle Negan’s Saviors in Season 8? We can’t wait to find out next October.

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