The Walking Dead season 10 isn’t over yet. The latest coming out of the zombie apocalypse is a teaser for the six bonus episodes coming in February. No major scenes, just a few spoken words from our favorite survivors. There’s also some new images from the extended season.
The TWD bonus episodes are an extension of season 10. The six episodes will only focus on a handful of characters. You know Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Carol (Melissa McBride) will have their own story. Cailey Fleming, Josh McDermitt, Khary Peyton, Eleanor Matsuura, Paola Lopez, Seth Gilliam and Ross Marquand also star in the bonus episodes. Guest stars include Robert Patrick and Hilarie Burton.
The teaser doesn’t reveal anything about the new episodes. It’s actually very cryptic. Daryl talks about not giving up until he finds something. Judith thinks her mother is looking down on her. One can only assume she’s talking about Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies). Father Gabriel believes there’s still good in the world. Carol is trying to convince someone…maybe herself that Alpha (Samantha Morton) had to die. And Negan tells someone, probably Maggie that he didn’t escape. It really sounds like these six episodes will tie up some loose ends.
The photos give the first look at Lucille, played by Burton. She’s sitting in Negan’s (Morgan) lap and they look very cozy. Princess (Lopez) appears to be in trouble. She joined Eugene (McDermitt), Ezekiel (Peyton), and Yumiko (Matsuura) on their way to West Virginia. They were late to Eugene’s date with Stephanie and found guns in their faces instead. Probably the most disturbing photo is of Maggie (Cohan). If you look closely at one of the photos, there is someone standing behind her in camouflage clothing. Creepy! Check out the teaser and photos below.
The Walking Dead season 10 returns February 28 on AMC.
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