When The Walking Dead concludes its sixth season, it will do so with an extended 90-minute episode ComicBook.com has learned from AMC.
This is the third episode of the sixth season to be extended an extra thirty minutes, following in the footsteps of the season premiere and Morgan-centric Here's Not Here episode. The season five finale, which saw the death of Reggie Monroe and Pete Anderson was also given an extension at this time last year.
The season finale, which has been described with emphatic, horrifying words by cast members Lennie James, Melissa McBride, Andrew Lincoln, and more, promises to be deadly. Audiences are widely expecting the arrival of Jeffrey Dean Morgan's portrayal of Negan in the 16th episode of sixth season. Be careful what you wish for, though, because there is no going back from his entrance.
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The Walking Dead has two episodes remaining in its sixth season, airing Sunday's at 9 PM ET on AMC.