VIDEO: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 10 Finale To Air in October, Extended Look at the Episode Revealed

“The Walking Dead” season 10 finale will finally debut in October followed by the debut of the new series “The Walking Dead: World Beyond”…

Six months after “The Walking Dead” season 10 came to an abrupt end, the actual finale will finally debut on October 4 on AMC.

During the Comic Con @ Home panel on Friday, a sneak preview of the episode was revealed along with the Oct. 4 date at 9 p.m. ET on AMC followed by the premiere of the new series “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” and finally a special episode of “Talking Dead” to close out the night.

Originally, “The Walking Dead” season 10 finale was supposed to air in April but due to productions delay because of the coronavirus pandemic, the episode couldn’t be finished in time. So the penultimate episode served as the conclusion until the actual season finale could be completed.

Now work on that episode has been finished and “The Walking Dead” season 10 will finally get a proper ending.

When the last episode of “The Walking Dead” aired, the survivors from Alexandria, Hilltop, Oceanside and the Kingdom were together at an abandoned hospital as Beta led a giant horde of walkers towards the building as he sought revenge for Alpha’s death. Meanwhile, Eugene, King Ezekiel and Yumiko left to meet with Stephanie — the mysterious woman on the other end of a ham radio that set up a rendezvous in West Virginia. Along the way, Eugene and the survivors meet up with a new character known as The Princess.

And finally, Maggie Rhee (Lauren Cohan) returns to “The Walking Dead” after she left the communities more than a season ago to get a fresh start in the wake of the war ending with Negan and the Saviors. Maggie finds a note from her friends explaining their fight with the Whisperers and that will undoubtedly lead her back into the fight again.

Lauren Cohan will rejoin the show in a full time role with season 11, although as of right now there’s no word on when production will begin again on the show due to the pandemic. With “The Walking Dead” delayed, “Fear the Walking Dead” and the new series “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” will start airing in October, which is usually the slot reserved for the original series.

One piece of good news revealed on Friday — while “The Walking Dead” season 11 will not debut in 2020, showrunner Angela Kang revealed that there will be an extended version of season 10 with six additional episodes that will air in 2021. What will be involved in those six episodes remains to be seen but those will debut next year.

Check out the new footage from “The Walking Dead” season 10 finale and get ready for the episode on Oct. 4 on AMC.

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