*Major Spoiler Alert* for all The Walking Dead: World Beyond fans. AMC just released the season finale trailer. The first season will end with two episodes airing back-to-back. Be ready for one h*ll of a ride!
Let’s first rundown Sunday’s episode 108, “The Sky Is a Graveyard,” where group chaperones Felix and Huck talk over on how to move forward after suspecting one of their own of murder. “Truth or Dare” ends with Iris discovering a blood-stained Silas blacked out near the body of con man Tony. Evidence suggests a similarly grim fate for the swindler nephew Percy.
As the group decides his fate, Silas comes head to head with the past trauma through a series of flashbacks revealing whether he actually killed his father. Meanwhile, Hope continues to keep a dark secret from Elton, who sets off in search of evidence that might exempt his friend.
In “The Deepest Cut,” the next to last episode of the season, “An accident slows the group; someone suffers an injury while another makes a discovery.” And the synopsis for “In This Life,” the first season finale: “A divided group struggles to reunite; others set their sights on the greater good.”
Annet Mahendru, who plays Huck, said, “I mean if you like this episode, you will like the next episode. And the finale is going to be the explosion of all of it.”
The Walking Dead: World Beyond Synopsis!
The show is an American post-apocalyptic horror drama limited series. Scott M. Gimple and Matthew Negrete are the creators for the same. It is originally a spin-off series to The Walking Dead series.
The series is set in Nebraska, ten years after the zombie apocalypse. It features four teenage protagonists. The show mainly focuses on the first generation to come-of-age in the apocalypse. Some become heroes. Some become villains. In the end, all of them will be changed forever. Grown-up and rooted in their identities, both good and bad.
What do we know about Season 2?
The Walking Dead: World Beyond is certainly coming back for part 2. We already know that because AMC announced the news eternities before season one even premiered.
In an official statement released at the beginning of 2020, AMC’s Sarah Barnett said the spin-off “is not imitating The Walking Dead either in substance or form – World Beyond is a two-season closed-ended series that will tell a very specific and distinct story”.
The season one finale will air on November 29, 2020.