The Walking Dead Season 10 finale has been filmed, but we are not going to be able to see it for a while.
Between the battle with the Whisperers, Daryl and Carol moments, the death of Alpha and the loss of Michonne, this season of The Walking Dead has been one of the best in a long time. Unfortunately, we’re going to have to wait a while to see how it all ends.
AMC announced today that it will delay showing the final episode of The Walking Dead until later in the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Current events have unfortunately made it impossible to complete post-production of The Walking Dead Season 10 finale,” the showrunners announced on the show’s social media pages.
We get to see the next two episodes, though. New episodes will run through April 5, and then the finale will be shown later this year as a special episode. We know Sunday’s episode will feature a road trip with Eugene and a few characters to meet his mystery lady, we get a Negan and Carol scene, and Daryl confronts Negan.
The real question is – will we get some good Caryl content (AKA reconciliation) before we have to wait for the finale? Or will we spend our upcoming weeks in quarantine writing fanfiction and dreaming about it instead until it becomes canon?
We will survive this wait – with our overabundance of feels from this season to keep us alive.
While You Wait for the Finale
For those who need to catch up on this season, AMC will be offering the first 8 episodes of Season 10 for free on its app after April 5 through May 1.
For now, you can catch The Walking Dead Sundays at 9 p.m. on AMC.