The Walking Dead midseason premiere recap: Unmasking the enemy – Entertainment Weekly News

The Walking Dead midseason premiere recap: Unmasking the enemy – Entertainment Weekly News

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The future of the The Walking Dead appears murkier than ever, in more ways than one. There’s a new war coming with fresh adversaries The Whisperers and war typically means casualties. But just as it’s beginning, three actors already made their way off the show (Andrew Lincoln, Lauren Cohan, and Tom Payne) and now another crucial centerpiece (Danai Gurira) is planning her exit in season 10. With AMC still determined to make this franchise last as long as possible between its main series, Fear spin-off, and a movie slate (potentially featuring some of the faces that recently departed), what will The Walking Dead look like in a year’s time? What narrative gears have already begun churning in the remainder of season 9 to plan for what’s ahead? As we return to the graveyard to see Michonne’s squadron flee from The Whisperers with Jesus’ now lifeless body, these questions linger in our peripheral. It’s an uneasy time for these characters as a wave of change looks to trample over all who remain, and change isn’t always easy to embrace. Change came for Negan when he found himself a free man. With his jail cell left open, he snuck out with plans to return ....


All that’s left are walkers, including a zombified Big Richie; there’s not a place anymore for even one of Negan’s most loyal Saviors. So Negan returns to Alexandria — not before Judith shoots him off his motorcycle. She did warn she would shoot Negan if she ever saw his face again. But Daryl’s Lil’ Ass-Kicker, in the end, escorts Negan back to his jail cell with no further fuss. Showrunner Angela Kang teased earlier that, with Carl gone, some of his story beats from the comics would play out through Judith and also Carol and Ezekiel’s son Henry. .

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