The Walking Dead Season 10 Finale Air Date Finally Revealed?
The Walking Dead Season 10, Episode 16 finale may premiere in October 2020. Jeffrey Dean Morgan revealed that he anticipates a battle to take place. The producers could announce the release date once the lockdown ends. While filming is complete, postproduction is delayed.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan on the show, said in a recent interview that the finale could air in a few months. During his interview with Entertainment Weekly, Morgan said that he and his cast members enjoyed filming the finale episode. Although filming is complete, there is still postproduction process that is left, and Morgan doesn’t know when that will happen.
The Walking Dead Season 10 Updates
Morgan thinks the work on the finale should be complete within four to five months, which means that the final episode could premiere by October. “It will be cool having a one-off, almost a ‘Walking Dead’ movie in the middle of the season, I guess,” he added.
The Walking Dead Season 10, Episode 16 was directed by Greg Nicotero. Morgan called it a “big massive episode.” He feels that there will be some sort of a battle with Beta’s journey. The actor didn’t reveal whether this story will continue in Season 11. Even though the series is based on the comics, changes have been made to fit the television format and to keep the fans on their toes.
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The heroes could defeat the massive horde of the Whisperers by leading them into the ocean, Screen Rant reported. Two crucial characters who play an important role in the battle are Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan). While fans wait for the final episode to premiere, they can revisit the previous seasons. AMC landed a deal with Pluto TV to make all of the past episodes available to be streamed on the platform, as per Variety.
As for The Walking Dead Season 10, Episode 16, the producers could announce a premiere date after the lockdown ends.
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