Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Walking Dead Season 10 is postponed earlier this year. Fortunately, it is now aired except the Season 10 Finale. Since the last new episode aired, there are many things that happened with AMC’S zombie universe mothership.
In September, there would not only be a 6 additional Season 10 episodes to be aired sometime in 2021. However, the eleventh season will be coming at an even later date representing the end of the show. It is quite surprising knowing that The Walking Dead will be ending after its next season as it would normally be a high-stakes season 10 finale.
What’s the fate of the left characters?
For the past several seasons, the show has gotten rid of Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Carl (Chandler Riggs), Michonne (Danai Gurira), Glenn (Steven Yeun), and other fan-favourite characters. So, there’s no way the show would get rid of the few remaining memorable characters.
After all, The show is getting to the end after next season. So, it’s obvious that the show would not kill off the few remaining long-lasting characters before the show ends.
Besides, AMC also uncovered that a spin-off will be going on that follows the continuing adventures of Daryl and Carol. Naturally, that means the show would save them for a series finale. No matter what hardships they encounter before the end of the series, they would not be killed off from the series.
The most sentimental punches characters like Ezekiel (Khary Payton) and Eugene (Josh McDermitt) could be throw in its final season. So naturally, they would not be killed off now.
There is also Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), the once disturbing and eye-catching villain. He is now a good guy, but not very exciting. So here comes the question that would his death mean as much as it would have a few seasons back then?
The ruining part of Season 10 Finale
Imagine the surprise reaction of the audience when they are still alive in the episode. In fact, while this instalment features the last battle with the death of Beta (Ryan Hurst) and the Whisperers, it occurs with minimal guaranteed damage. Even Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) who is expected to be killed off is saved by a returning Maggie (Lauren Cohan).
To be honest, the best moment about the episode is when Maggie returns, even if it was the worst kept secret imaginable. Oddly, the end of The Walking Dead is the safest audience has ever felt.
As the surprises go, what’s coming next is the introduction of the Commonwealth.
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