The seventh season of AMC’s smash hit The Walking Dead, aka the one that opens with Glenn getting his head caved in by a baseball bat in a truly upsetting, violent scene, is officially coming to Netflix, the streaming service announced on Wednesday.
Season 7 of the zombie horror series will be available to stream in full starting on Friday, September 8, 2017. The other big release that day is Season 4 of the Netflix original animated comedy-drama BoJack Horseman.
Because AMC airs The Walking Dead in such a way that splits each season in half, it feels like we’ve been waiting for Season 7 to hit Netflix for a while. The season premiere, that episode where Glenn (and also Abraham) got bludgeoned to death, aired back in mid-October of last year. Following the death of their friends at Negan’s hands, the rest of the season focuses on Rick and his crew as they meet with various groups of survivors and prepare for inevitable war with the Saviours.
The September 8 Netflix premiere should give fans enough time to rewatch the season ahead of the upcoming eighth season premiere, which is scheduled for October 22, 2017.