The Walking Dead Season 10 ended abruptly with one episode left when the coronavirus shut everything down. Now we know when the finale will finally air. The cast and producers were on hand at Comic-Con At Home to announce the finale date. And! Showrunner Angela Kang announced an extend season 10 with six new episodes to premiere in early 2021. 

TWD‘s episode 15 ended as the Whisperers were descending upon Team Family. Team Family had to evacuate the communities and hid in a tower. With Alpha (Samantha Morton) dead, Beta (Ryan Hurst) is leading the Whisperers and hearing voices. I hope we get a Daryl (Norman Reedus) vs. Beta round two!

Eugene (Josh McDermitt), Ezekiel (Khary Peyton), and Yumiko (Eleanor Matsuura) met Princess, aka Juanita Sanchez (Paola Lazaro).  They are heading to Charleston, West Virginia to meet up with Eugene’s friend Stephanie and her people.

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AMC released the opening sequence for The Walking Dead finale showing the return of Maggie Rhee (Lauren Cohan). Carol (Melissa McBride) mentioned a while ago that she sent a letter to Maggie. Maggie finally reads that letter in the finale. Will she make her way to Hilltop to try and stop the Whisperers? 

Aaron (Ross Marquand) and Alden (Callan McAuliffe) are fighting off the Whisperers that surround them. They run into someone in a different kind of mask and some awesome weapons. And Virgil (Kevin Carroll) returns to Oceanside. After his ordeal with Michonne (Danai Gurira), I honestly didn’t think we’d see him again. I’m ready for this Whisperer war to be over. A lot can happen in one hour so I know it’s going to be worth the wait. You can watch The Walking Dead Universe panels on YouTube

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The Walking Dead season 10 finale will air on AMC on Sunday, October 4.



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