Earlier this week, AMC announced that the Season 6 finale of The Walking Dead will be an extended 90-minute episode, making it the third episode this season to breach the 60-minute mark. Since it has already been announced that Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s “Negan” will make his first appearance in the finale, it only seems appropriate to extend the episode – after all, fans won’t be complaining.
With Episode 16 only two short weeks away, one of the major questions in everyone’s mind is which character(s) will meet their demise? Many anticipated a major character death in the episodes leading up to the finale, however, last week’s episode “Twice As Far,” ended up killing off the lesser known newbie, Dr. Denise.
It seems that so much time has been put towards theories regarding who might die, without considering one major possibility: a cliffhanger. Season 6 has already utilized the dreaded cliffhanger multiple times this season; once when Glenn was “killed off” only to return a couple episodes later, and again during the midseason finale.
Is it remotely possible that the producers and writers of the hit zombie drama keep fans waiting until the Season 7 return in late 2016 to learn the fate of Negan’s victim? And, this is also assuming that the television series introduces Negan in the exact same way as The Walking Dead comic book series; by killing off a major character in the most twisted game of Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Mo ever played.
Fans like to say “If Daryl Dies, We Riot.” But with a possible cliffhanger looming for the Season 6 finale, we at TWDEnthusiasts.com have our pitch forks at the ready.
Do you think a cliffhanger ending is possible for the S6 finale? If so, how would you feel about it? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments section below.
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