'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Finale Gets Extended Runtime
- Author: Joey Payne Apr 04, 2017,
Apr 04, 2017, 0:52
[Once I learned the plan, ] I was in full support of it, because I thought it was a attractive story. This probably isn't the last time we'll see Jadis, but the way her and her followers were written felt disappointing and lackluster. Maggie held onto it as she mulled her decision.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays the villainous Negan, having first appeared in season six. "Because I felt like it was the ideal end to my story, the flawless culmination of my life", she added.
The Walking Dead season 7 finale aired in the United States last night (UK viewers will be able to catch it tonight) and unsurprisingly, shit went down.
"The stakes continue to grow higher as paths cross; the group enacts an intricate plan."She had to take her path with Rosita, of all people, which led her to that epic final moment.
"Doing it again in the same way isn't what we do", he told Hollywood Reporter. Barring, of course, the previous season's cliffhanger heard round the world. "We tried to mix it up and not go back to that because there is a definitive conclusion to the end of the season". And the finale, "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life", culminated with Sasha's (Sonequa Martin-Green) ultimate sacrifice. But until that surprise moment, we'll all revel in watching Rick Grimes and Negan's clans duke it out in what will be an epic battle.
Looks like the fan theories about Sasha's death were correct - she popped Eugene's suicide pill on the way to Alexandria, and burst out of Negan's painfully on-the-nose casket as a walker. She took down Negan along with the others. Sasha would ten use this knife to kill Negan. The series was available for Australian viewers to watch on Foxtel every Monday, 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
This episode also saw Eugene formalize his commitment to Negan, going ahead of the Savior convoy to Alexandria to implore Rick to lay down his weapons and submit to Negan's rule once and for all.
Just when things were looking beyond grim for Rick and his son Carl in "The Walking Dead" season seven finale, King Ezekiel and Maggie came stampeding in with groups of people from the Kingdom and Hilltop to save the day. However, Rick does not kill Negan and instead, he is kept a prisoner at the Hilltop.