Final Episode Of ‘The Walking Dead’ Wraps This Month

by Thomas Tuna

All good (and gory) things must come to an end.

AMC is currently airing the 11th and final season of its groundbreaking zombie series The Walking Dead, and news dropped this weekend that filming on the very final episode will wrap later this month. Check out the Instagram posts from director of photography Duane Charles Manwiller–courtesy of screenrant.com–on this page.

Manwiller also promised more production scenes from the show next week “as we count down to our final wrap day just around the corner. At the end of March, we complete the series.”

Presumably, the final few episodes will set up the promised Carol and Daryl spinoff, as well as the reported Negan and Maggie series set in Manhattan and entitled Isle of the Dead.

Chief content officer Scott M. Gimple hinted that the final episodes will be grand in scope. “It’s a big story,” he said. “We’re going to give them an extended, epic goodbye. We’ll end more than 10 years right.”

The Walking Dead–developed by Frank Darabont from the comic book series by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard–features a large ensemble cast as survivors of a zombie apocalypse who fight to stay alive while being subjected to attacks from hordes of undead “walkers”.

The series–nominated for several major awards–has expanded its universe with Fear the Walking DeadThe Walking DeadWorld Beyond and the upcoming anthology series Tales of the Walking Dead.

Keep reading Horror News Network for more updates on the final season of The Walking Dead on AMC.

 

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