Negan's wife, Annie hasn't been discussed on “The Walking Dead: Dead City,” until season one's third episode. Warning: There are spoilers ahead for “The Walking Dead: Dead City.” Season one, episode three, “People are a Resource,” reveals what happened to Negan's wife and child. They weren't killed off. Negan sent them away while on the run, avoiding a cliché “fridging” trope. Sunday's latest episode of “The Walking Dead: Dead City” finally answered a lingering question that fans have had since learning about the Maggie and Negan spin-off: What happened to Negan's wife Annie and their unborn child? Set an undisclosed amount of years after the events of “The Walking Dead” finale , Maggie (Lauren Cohan) reluctantly recruits frenemy Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) to help find her kidnapped son. But when she finds him, Annie (Medina Senghore) and their child aren't anywhere to be found. Instead, Negan is mysteriously traveling with a mute teenager, Ginny (Mahina Anne Marie Napoleon). Ginny (Mahina Napoleon) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) are seen on “TWD: Dead City” premiere. When we last saw Negan on “TWD,” Maggie welcomed him and his family to stay at the Commonwealth community. Negan decided to quietly depart after Maggie told him she couldn't forgive him for killing her husband, Glenn (Steven Yeun), in front of her on the show's season seven premiere, explaining why it's difficult to be around him despite knowing his efforts to try and be a better human. When trailers for “Dead City” appeared to omit Annie and their child, some fans were concerned the “TWD” universe may have killed off Negan's wife, potentially as a way to evoke empathy for the character. Negan's long redemption arc since brutally killing Glenn has often been a sore spot for “TWD” fans. But that's not the case. Annie is likely in Missouri Negan and Annie on season 11, episode 23 of “The Walking Dead.” On the first season's third episode, “People are a Resource,” Negan finally broaches what happened to Annie and their child — a boy, Joshua. They weren't unceremoniously killed off-screen. Negan recounts to Maggie how […]
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