The long-awaited finale of The Walking Dead’s tenth season will arrive in October, it has been announced.
The episode had originally been due to air in April, however post-production special effects were delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Work has now been completed, it was confirmed during the post-apocalyptic show’s Comic-Con@Home panel, and it will air in the US on October 4.
BREAKING: #TheWalkingDead Season 10 Finale will FINALLY air Sunday, October 4th at 9PM on AMC!— The Walking Dead (@TheWalkingDead) July 24, 2020
It will be immediately followed by the Series Premiere of #TWDWorldBeyond (and then @AMCTalkingDead) pic.twitter.com/dMRq4dh1o0
Fans watching the virtual panel were also shown an extended teaser of the episode, showing Seth Gilliam’s Father Gabriel scrambling to help set up a defence against the incoming horde of the undead.
Norman Reedus’ Daryl and Melissa McBride’s Carol are also trying to escape the zombies. And the trailer contains the arrival of a mystery masked figure armed with two deadly scythes.