During a season 10 Encounter Marathon presentation, AMC’s The Walking Dead will debut The Walking Dead: Episode Diaries.
Before the closing ceremony of season 10 of The Walking Dead, the network is organizing a marathon of the 10 episodes of the last season, which will conclude with “A Def Doom.” The original Finale broadcast of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) was delayed due to the epidemic and Action 1011 will see an action selection from “The Tower” as the show’s Whisper War reaches its peak.
When will The Walking Dead season 10 end?
The finale was scheduled for April 12 in the US but is no longer the case, and the production team announced that the finale will air as a special on Sunday, October 4 on AMC. While no UK broadcasts were announced, the series typically airs a day later on Fox, so fans are expecting it to air on Monday, October 5.
And, possibly, Finale won’t be the last we see in season 10. Speaking at The Walking Dead’s The Coming-Con @ Home panel, listener Angela Kang revealed that six additional episodes of season 10 would run in 2021.
The Walking Dead Final Trailer:
A #TWD Special Event – One Night Only
The Whisperer War Final Showdown ☠️
WE ARE ALMOST THERE #TWDFAMILY!
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Fans have been waiting for months for The Walking Dead season 10 finale, but in just four weeks, the episode will finally air on AMC. And because of this, this new promo promises a great final performance among the survivors and leads their masked foes to an exciting conclusion in the form of the War of Whispers.
The trailer packs a lot in its short 30-second duration, featuring various characters and teasing whatever is happening.
Will The Walking Dead return for the eleventh season?
Yes. An announcement was made at New York Comic Con on October 5, 2019. Fan-favorite Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie Green, made the announcement by running towards the center panel of the stage wearing a mask, before surprising to the crowd.