The series returns for its sixth season with the most intense, gripping and horrifying episodes yet, and it’s been a year since the series finale and its conclusion.
But, as the season moves on, will there be any new zombies?
The Walking Dead season 6 finale (May 22) was very much a cliffhanger, with a lot of twists and turns that were still being worked out, but it left a lot to be desired.
So what will be left of the show’s most thrilling and chilling moments?
Let’s find out, shall we?
What we knowSo far, the first two seasons of the AMC drama series have been packed with shocking twists and cliffhangers.
Season 5’s cliffhanging finale was the most shocking episode to date, with all the characters and situations being explored and revealed for the first time.
It’s been said that it’s hard to predict how the show will end, but the most recent episode, The Good Samaritan, had the most intriguing cliffhangling moments.
Season 6’s cliffnotes, as well as the most significant plot twists, were both delivered in the episode that saw the death of Maggie.
“The Good Samaritans’ final confrontation was all about the fact that Rick and Michonne have a history and they’ve been going at it for years,” executive producer Gale Anne Hurd told The Hollywood Reporter.
“And they’re going to have to come to terms with that.
It was about a different ending to the season.”
The scene where Maggie was taken by the walkers was also very different from the previous episodes.
As we’ve already seen, this episode saw Rick and the rest of the group reunite, and Michnee (Maggie), the woman who had been in a coma, was brought back to life.
She wasn’t the only one who was brought to life, however.
When Rick, Michonne and Michla (Karen) were in a hospital, Michnee and Rick saw the walker walk towards them.
In a twist that would be the defining moment of the series, the walk was revealed to be a zombie.
The new Walking Dead episode will air in the US on AMC on May 23, and will air in other countries later on.
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