The Walking Dead season 10 finale will be airing on October 4. The very much-anticipated update about the delayed episode 16 was revealed during the Comic-Con 2020 panel of the show. It included appearances from Norman Reedus, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Melissa McBride, and showrunner Angela Kang. Well, there is more to it, we’ll be getting a new season next year. It will consist of ten episodes.
Season 10 will be extended beyond the so-called finale of the series, which is scheduled to be released on October 4. Six episodes will be arriving in early 2021. Along with the update, we also got new footage in the trailer of The Walking Dead.
We witnessed that the things are not getting better for the group of survivors since when we left off. The group is surrounded by Beta and his group of Whisperers on all sides. Daryl, Gabriel, and even the returning Maggie all are getting the spotlight, but things are looking Bleak, for Alexandria, The Kingdom, and the Hilltop.
Why was The Walking Dead October Finale Delayed?
It’s been a very long road to get here, that comes after the final episode of season 10 which was pulled in late March with concerns over the inability to effectively complete the post-production being given as the reason for the delay. In regards to season 11, Angela Kang said that they are writing some stuff now, and they’ll see where it all lands.
October is all set to be a massive month for The Walking Dead-verse. We are not only getting a standalone episode to kick off the month but Fear The Walking Dead season 6 will be premiering a week later on October 11.