AMC's hit-zombie series will not return until fall 2016, but it looks like we have already got some plot details about the coming seventh season.

Recent reports claim a new community of survivors will be introduced in the new season called "The Kingdom," and with it its leader, Ezekiel and his pet tiger Shiva, says Melty. It is said Ezekiel, also called the "King" (because of his love for Elvis), will be joining the Alexandrians to wage war against Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). The war will be to control, not only the Saviors community, but also Alexandria and The Kingdom. This upcoming battle is expected to be the bloodiest and deadliest season to date.

The casting directors have set out to find the perfect leader for The Kingdom community. The character is described as an illustrious, commanding, comforting, all-knowing African American middle-aged former zoo keeper. And he has a right-hand man named Richard.

As Melty reports, the news comes from a mis-worded Instagram post where the producers of the series disguised his name as Augustus. It appears this trend has continued as TVLine states the casting director is looking for an actor to fill the role of Roger.

Roger is described as: "A straight-talking horseman who sounds a lot like His Highness' right-hand man, Richard."

If the comicbook series is any indicator, we know The Kingdom is part of a trading network with The Hilltop community. When Ezekiel is introduced to Rick (Andrew Lincoln) the pair will begin forming a plan to wipe out The Saviors and end the Alexandrians obligation to share supplies with this bad guy. Furthermore, getting rid of The Saviors will avenge whomever Negan kills in the Season 7 premiere.

Meanwhile, talking to People.com Norman Reedus revealed that when the series returns for its seventh season the world will be shocked to learn who dies. 

"Trust me. I think probably the planet is going to explode. That's my feeling. It's so good," said Reedus. "Every time we go on a promotional tour talking about what's going to come, we all say 'Oh my God, it's amazing. I can't wait for you to see it.' But it continually surprises me how this show grows and is put together and the execution of it – no pun intended. It blows my mind. It just continually reaches a new plateau every single time, and this is the highest plateau we've ever been. So just wait. It's worth the wait, trust me."

"The Walking Dead" will return to AMC for its seventh season in October.