The Walking Dead 85-Minute Extended Episode Announced

Can't get enough of The Walking Dead? You're in luck! It has just been revealed that the fourth episode of the seventh season, set to air on November 13, will be an hour and a half in length.

This is big news for fans of The Walking Dead, as this will be the first time we have the opportunity to rejoin Rick and his group since Negan killed Glenn and Abraham. The episode that followed the premiere focused on Carol, Morgan, and Ezekiel, and this weekend's episode will take place almost entirely at the sanctuary.


If you're unfamiliar, The Sanctuary is the home of Negan and The Saviors. This is where Dwight and Negan call home, and it is where they will be taking Daryl after capturing him in the season premiere.

According to the guide on DirecTV, the fourth episode will be titled, 'Service'. The description is as follows:

'The remaining members of the group try to keep it together in Alexandria; they receive a sobering visit.'

The sobering visit is likely from Negan. In the comics, he shows up at Alexandria much earlier than expected, and takes half of everything they have. This also fits with the title, as Rick and his people will be serving Negan and fulfilling his demands.

On that same guide listing, the episode's run-time is a little longer than normal. The time of the episode says 21:00-22:25. This means the episode, which starts at 9pm, won't end until 10:25.


Since we're getting back to the main storyline that week, it seems like the producers are giving us a little extra face time with the characters we've come to love so much.

Source: SpoilerTV