Two Truths and a Lie With The Walking Dead Cast: Negan, a Shower for Daryl & a Musical Number in Season 6?!

The cast and crew of The Walking Dead are notoriously tight-lipped when it comes to talking about what lies ahead on their show—but they’re not above telling a few lies about it.

E! News caught up with the stars of the AMC thriller on the red carpet at the recent season six premiere event in NYC, where we asked them to supply us with two truths and a lie about the new season. But did we get what we asked for? Or was it more two lies and a truth? All lies? Time to get your amateur sleuthing on!

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The Walking Dead, Melissa McBride, Norman Reedus

The Walking Dead, Melissa McBride, Norman ReedusAMC

Not all lies are created equal, however. While Norman Reedus (Daryl) teased us with the relatively tame “It was all a dream, walls come down, and a lot of pasta is eaten,” Andrew Lincoln (Rick) hit us with some doozies: “I lose my hand this season, there are more zombies than we’ve ever had—they’re all lies. No they’re truths…or they’re lies,” he said laughing, while thinking of a third. “And we will meet Negan.”

We already know the premiere featured more walkers than ever before, so which is it, Andrew? Is nefarious baddie Negan finally making the leap from the comics to the TV show? Or is Rick due to lose an appendage? We need to know!

For more facts and fibs from the gang, including a tease about a cleaner Daryl and a possible song and dance (say what?!), be sure to press play on the video above!

The Walking Dead season six premiere scared up big numbers—though it didn’t break any records. The first episode ended with Rick and Co. attempting to lure a massive horde of walkers away from Alexandria when, suddenly, alarm bells sounded from within the settlement, bringing all the zombies straight to them. Not only that, but the Wolves are coming. Looks like Norman’s tease of walls coming down is right on the money!

The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on AMC.

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