'The Walking Dead' Spoiler Site To Be Sued By AMC If Season 6 Finale Death Is Revealed?

"The Walking Dead" Negan
(Photo : Gene Page/AMC) "The Walking Dead" spoiler sites are allegedly under fire over the possibility of revealing the truth behind the season 6 finale death. One source said that AMC has threatened litigation if the details are disclosed. "The Walking Dead" returns to AMC on Oct. 11.

"The Walking Dead" season 6 finale death still hasn't been confirmed by spoiler sites, and one popular outlet has allegedly been threatened with a lawsuit by AMC should the truth be revealed.

The news comes to Design & Trend via a recent post on The Spoiling Dead Fans Facebook page. In a new update, the popular spoiler source dishes on the alleged complications.

To quote the post directly, AMC attorney Denis Wilson has said that "we can't make any type of prediction about the Lucille victim. Their stance is that making such a prediction would be considered copyright infringement." The report goes on to say that TSDF members were accused of receiving copyright information about the next season of "The Walking Dead" that they said was going to be announced. When asked to point out said announcement, AMC did not do so. Regardless, the account will not talk about the pivotal death in the future.

The Spoiling Dead Fans has built a reputation for accuracy over the last few years with regard to advance details about "The Walking Dead." Its nearly 400,000 subscribed members have not only been privy to photos throughout the season 6 filming process but also summaries just before each episode goes live. Through these means, key deaths and plot points have been revealed early for those that want them.

Yet, while AMC seemingly views "The Walking Dead" spoilers as an evil, the source post paints a more sympathetic picture of those that publish them. "It was never our intention to cause harm to this show (and we don't believe we have), only to satisfy the curiosity of thousands of fans who wanted what we offered," it reads.

Despite not being able to talk about that pesky season 6 cliffhanger, however, the site will remain active during season 7 filming and will post photos as they arrive. AMC's threat merely bars TSDF from talking about that one crucial detail. As this is a legal matter, it's also worth noting that this post only offers one side of the story. AMC has not issued an official statement on the subject.

"The Walking Dead" season 6 ended on a massive death cliffhanger, and, as season 7 filming continues, we're closing in on identifying precisely who Negan could have attacked. Late last week we posted our prediction about the scene, and it can be read here. Even if it's never publically announced which cast member was involved, the truth will almost assuredly out based on the process of elimination. As of now, there are very few possibilities left to explore.

"The Walking Dead" season 7 premiere comes to AMC on Oct. 11. It's then that viewers will learn the facts about this shocking death.

What do you think about AMC allegedly silencing spoiler sites? Who died in the season 6 finale? Tell us in the poll and comments section!

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