- 1 Does Walking Dead have an ending?
- 2 What happened to Daryl at the end of walking dead?
- 3 Does Daryl become a bad guy?
Does Walking Dead have an ending?
Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes – The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 24 – Photo Credit: Curtis Bonds Baker/AMC The Walking Dead series has concluded, but The Walking Dead universe will live on via stories told from numerous spinoffs currently in production.
The finale aired on November 2022 to much celebration for a series that has become something extraordinary in TV history. Surprisingly, TWD creators were able to pull off a satisfactory ending, This is no easy feat, as fans never want to see their favorite show end. The Walking Dead’s final episode, “Rest in Peace,” got its title from the final volume of the comic series the show is based on.
Created by Robert Kirkman, the comic story also ended well before the series ended. The last episode of the series saw our survivors come together with members of the Commonwealth resistance to overthrow governer Pamela Milton (Laila Robins). Always a proponent for the upper class, Milton chose to lock out other community members while a horde of walkers descended upon them.
What happened to Daryl at the end of walking dead?
With the new series now a few weeks into production, the Walking Dead star tells EW what to expect when Daryl does Europe. – The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon _ Season 1 – Photo Credit: Emmanuel Guimier/AMC – The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon _ Season 1 – Photo Credit: Emmanuel Guimier/AMC The Walking Dead series finale ended with Daryl Dixon riding off on his motorcycle into the distance. We don’t know where he’s heading, but we certainly know where he ends up. That’s because it has already been revealed that the fan favorite will emerge in France in an upcoming spin-off titled The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon.
- We know the story will somehow be connected to the mid-credits scene from The Walking Dead: World Beyond finale, in which a scientist in an abandoned French lab was shot after watching videos from Dr.
- Edwin Jenner (from season 1 of the original series) about tests being done on variant walkers.
- And AMC president Dan McDermott was kind enough to tell EW that the spin-off will “follow Daryl as he wakes up and finds himself somewhere on the European continent and tries to piece together what happened.
How did he get here? How’s he going to get home?” – The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon _ Season 1 – Photo Credit: Emmanuel Guimier/AMC Norman Reedus on ‘The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon’ | Credit: Emmanuel Guimier/AMC We spoke to star Norman Reedus back in September when the spin-off was still in pre-production and the actor told us to unlearn what we had learned about The Walking Dead franchise when it came to his new show.
- It’s going to be way different,” he said then.
- The story’s way different.
- The characters are way different.
- There’s a different tone, there’s different light, there’s a different sound.
- It’s a whole different vibe.” But that was then.
- With Daryl Dixon now officially in production, what we want to know is: What about now? What can Reedus tell us now that cameras have started rolling and he is back playing the same character on a new continent.
“We’re three weeks done,” Reedus tells EW. “We’ve got three weeks in the can.” And how’s it going? “It’s f-ing great! Everybody that’s involved in it is really, really excited about what we’re doing. It’s so epic in scale, and the tone is so good and different, and moody.” Reedus also says the move to Europe definitely gives the spin-off a different vibe from the original: “There’s history in the story. Norman Reedus on ‘The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon’ | Credit: Emmanuel Guimier/AMC While The Walking Dead may still be in the show title, the actor says this story is more than a continuation. “It’s a reset,” says Reedus.” You learn a lot of things after 12 years of doing a show, and there are certain paths that you inevitably have to go down because,
We don’t really have that over there. It’s kind of a fresh start for us, with all the things that we loved doing, and just a whole bunch more.” While his character of Daryl will be adapting to a new environment on screen, Reedus has been doing the same as he adjusts to the weirdness of filming a Walking Dead show on the other side of the Atlantic.
“It’s weird as s-, but that’s the story,” says Reedus, drawing a connection between actor and character. “People are speaking French around me, and part of my story is me trying to figure out, ‘Is this good or is this bad? Are we about to get into a fight or are we friends right now?’ I’m trying to read lips with the language that I don’t understand and I’m reading body language, I’m reading tone. Zombies on ‘The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon’ | Credit: Emmanuel Guimier/AMC He also has a few familiar faces around, like Walking Dead executive producer and director extraordinaire Greg Nicotero, who has spent time in France working on the new series.
- Greg’s a storyteller.
- He knows how to find the in between moments that really make or break the tone of something.
- And he’s good at bobbing and weaving, finding those things.
- And he’s got the history in the show and he knows his characters so well, so it’s really an asset.” Reedus sounds reenergized when talking about the new series and bringing his character into a completely new environment.
“I couldn’t be happier, really. We just started, but it’s what I wanted to do. It’s exciting, and everybody is kind of freaking out because it’s so good. It’s something I’m really proud of. We just got to keep it up.” Something went wrong. An error has occurred and your entry was not submitted. The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon Norman Reedus goes all the way to France only to discover they have zombies there too!
Do Eugene and Max end up together?
Season 11 – After being allowed into the Commonwealth, Eugene begins a romantic relationship with the woman introducing herself as Stephanie, but finds himself caught up the machinations of the Commonwealth’s Governor, Pamela Milton, and her right-hand man, Lance Hornsby.
- Eugene is eventually forced to lead the Commonwealth Army to Alexandria after an altercation with Milton’s son Sebastian, arriving just in time to deliver vital food and rebuilding supplies for the community.
- After Alexandria joins up with the Commonwealth, Eugene permanently moves to the Commonwealth, becomes a schoolteacher, and writes a manuscript about Stephanie.
One day, Stephanie suddenly vanishes and Eugene begins an investigation, eventually discovering a rogue element within the Commonwealth led by Hornsby, who seeks power for himself. “Stephanie” turns out to be one of Hornsby’s spies, Shira, who was assigned to seduce Eugene in order to find his community so as to further Hornsby’s plans.
Hornsby manipulates and shames Eugene into keeping quiet about his discoveries and Eugene burns his manuscript. However, shortly thereafter, Eugene finally meets the real Stephanie who turns out to be Milton’s assistant Max Mercer. Max explains that her communications with Eugene had gotten intercepted, although her brother, General Michael Mercer, had kept Max from being discovered, resulting in her being unable to meet Eugene as promised.
After some initial hesitation on both sides, Eugene and Max start a romantic relationship and become embroiled in the plan to sow dissent against Pamela. As the communities prepare to go their separate ways, Eugene agrees to help Max expose the Miltons by conspiring to publicly play a recording that Max had made of Sebastian mocking the people of the Commonwealth.
- However, this stunt coincides with an attack by several reanimated Commonwealth janitors, murdered by Hornsby’s forces, attacks a public festival.
- An enraged Sebastian tries to feed Max to a walker, but Eugene throws the walker off of her.
- However, the walker lands on Sebastian and kills him before Judith puts it down.
As a result, Eugene becomes a wanted fugitive, hunted for the murder of Sebastian. Eugene eventually turns himself in and confesses, but lies that he had acted alone so as to protect Max. Eugene is put on trial for Sebastian’s murder, although Milton rigs the trial against him, while arresting his friends disappear and blackmailing Yumiko into prosecuting him.
- Although resigned to his fate, Eugene urges Yumiko not to lose faith in their friends or herself, and she decides to act as Eugene’s defense attorney.
- Eugene and Yumiko use the trial to further expose Milton’s corruption and reach out to the lower classes.
- At the end of the trial, Eugene makes a speech admitting to his faults, and urging the people to stand up to Milton.
Although Eugene is sentenced to die, he is broken out by General Mercer and some of his troops, who are rebelling against Milton. As a horde overruns the Commonwealth, Eugene reunites with his friends and helps Rosita to rescue her daughter. However, he is devastated to find that she has been bitten.
Who is the last villain in Walking Dead?
While Lance has a comics counterpart, the comics Lance is a relatively minor character who was never a villain. Lance is the final main antagonist in The Walking Dead to be killed as Pamela is only arrested. He is also the last named undead character to be put down. In an Instagram post, Angela Kang confirmed that Oceanside survived Lance’s actions and they originally had a scene for them planned for the series finale.
Who betrayed Daryl?
The Reapers – Unbeknownst to Daryl, Leah was found by her old military squad who had survived the attack on their camp by the herd. Leah rejoins the squad, who are now the Reapers who raid and destroy various settlements for supplies. One such settlement that falls to the Reapers is Meridian where Maggie Rhee’s people live.
- Leah and the Reapers slaughter most of the people and take Meridian for themselves with Maggie and the survivors fleeing to Alexandria.
- One of the Reapers, Montanio, follows them and kills several of Maggie’s people, but he is defeated and commits suicide after telling Maggie that she has been “marked” by,
Needing food, Maggie leads a team back to Meridian in order to exact vengeance upon the Reapers and to reclaim the food supply. Leah and a number of Reapers, including, ambush the team, killing most of them. During the ambush, Leah is reunited with Dog and Daryl who were a part of the team and captures them.
- Leah eventually convinces Pope to allow Daryl to join the Reapers, unaware that he is actually on Maggie’s side and is infiltrating the group.
- During a patrol, Daryl and Leah encounter a man and his family.
- Despite orders to kill any other survivors, Leah allows the man and his son to go, but hesitates to mercy kill the dying wife at her own request, something that Daryl ends up doing for her instead.
Eventually, Maggie, Negan, Elijah and Gabriel Stokes besiege Meridian using a massive herd and tactics. Daryl reveals his true allegiance to Leah in an effort to get her to switch sides. With Pope becoming increasingly unstable and willing to sacrifice his own people whom Leah considers her family, Leah helps Daryl to disarm the Reapers’ hwacha and personally kills Pope.
Leah then betrays Daryl, blaming him for Pope’s murder, insisting that she needs to protect her family. Leah allows Daryl to flee as she turns the hwacha on the herd, destroying it and accidentally killing Fisher. However, Maggie’s group manages to escape into Meridian where they engage in a cat and mouse game with the surviving Reapers.
After capturing Carver, Daryl contacts Leah and offers to trade him for Meridian’s food supply as a way to save both of their families. Leah initially gets the upper hand using a sniper, but Gabriel takes him out and takes possession of his gun. Leah finally agrees to Daryl’s deal, but as she, Boone and Washington leave, the vengeful Maggie opens fire, killing Boone and Washington and wounding Leah.
Does Daryl become a bad guy?
There are a few times throughout The Walking Dead storyline in which Daryl Dixon appears to be the villain rather than one of the heroes. The Walking Dead is releasing the last episodes of the series, bringing an end to the long-running series. The tensions between the Commonwealth and the Alexandria/Hilltop groups have reached new heights, promising some heated conflict. In the premiere of the third part of season 11, fans watched Daryl take his anger out on Lance Hornsby by stabbing him through the hand.
Why did Daryl betray them?
The Walking Dead season 11 is back with the first episode of part 2 and its teasing the same exact Daryl twist the show tried in season 11 part 1. Warning! SPOILERS ahead for The Walking Dead season 11 episode 9. The Walking Dead season 11 is back with part 2 and its teasing the same exact Daryl twist the show tried in part 1. Airing in three parts, The Walking Dead season 11 is the final season of the long-running AMC series.
This is by no means the end of AMC’s Walking Dead franchise, however, as the network will continue with Fear the Walking Dead and has more spinoffs in the works. Not to mention, The Walking Dead movies, the first of which will check in with Rick Grimes and explain what he’s been up to since his disappearance in The Walking Dead season 9.
The first episode of The Walking Dead season 11 part 2 brings the conflict with the Reapers to an action-packed conclusion. Maggie, Daryl, Negan, and Gabriel manage to outwit the remaining Reapers, killing all of them but Leah, who narrowly escapes and is almost certainly being set up for a return later on.
- Just as the survivors reunite and begin looking towards rebuilding their community—minus Negan, who decides not to come back—Eugene returns with aid from the Commonwealth.
- Along with more supplies, the deputy governor Lance Hornsby extends an invitation for the Alexandrians to start over in the Commonwealth.
It isn’t immediately clear how many take him up on the offer, but a final flash-forward scene shows Maggie back at Hilltop while Daryl, in the armor of a Commonwealth soldier, attempts to reason with her from outside its walls. The final scene of The Walking Dead season 11 episode 9, “No Other Way”, is set six months after the Commonwealth’s envoy arrives at Alexandria.
- In that time, it’s clear Maggie did not take Hornsby up on his offer.
- Daryl, on the other hand, has become one of the Commonwealth’s white-and-red-clad soldiers.
- The Commonwealth also appears to be at odds with Hilltop, pitting Daryl against Maggie.
- It’s an intriguing cliffhanger to leave off on and sets up a lot of questions about what’s happened in the interim six months.
Unfortunately, it’s also a twist The Walking Dead season 11 teased in part 1, and it’s a tease the show has repeated multiple times before: Daryl changing sides and betraying his friends. In the first part of The Walking Dead season 11, the possibility of Daryl betraying his fellow survivors and teaming up with the Reapers is teased. The setup stems from the discovery that Leah, Daryl’s former lover, is a Reaper and it’s suggested he could choose her over his friends.
That isn’t what happens, of course, but it’s an idea the show toys with all the same, teasing that this might just be the time Daryl goes bad. Ultimately, though, the tease winds up being more frustrating than anything else because it’s a story beat The Walking Dead has repeated on multiple occasions.
It was teased when Merle returns in season 3, with Daryl shortly joining up with a group called The Claimers in season 4, during his imprisonment by Negan in season 9, and then with the Reapers in season 11. Now, The Walking Dead is yet again teasing Daryl changing sides by showing a future where he’s aligned with the Commonwealth and against Maggie.
- On its own, this particular twist is an interesting one.
- The Commonwealth is a group unlike any other on The Walking Dead.
- They aren’t another roving gang, they’re a massive community that’s more or less replicated society as it was before the outbreak.
- It’s understandable why Daryl would want to join the Commonwealth,
All the same, the big moment of Daryl removing his helmet and revealing himself as a Commonwealth soldier plays like a running gag more than an exciting twist. Even if the show takes the double agent angle, as it eventually did with the Reapers, it’s still repeating the same plot beat.
Was Rick in The Walking Dead finale?
TWD_905_GP_0618_0158_RT SPOILER ALERT: This article contains spoilers for The Walking Dead series finale. The Walking Dead easily could have ended its epic 11-season, record-breaking run with Daryl Dixon ( Norman Reedus ) riding off into the distance on his motorcycle. And for a minute there, as the screen faded to black, it appeared it would.
- And then a match was lit.
- The series finale took a dramatic turn in its final few minutes, looking both ahead and back as viewers saw the return of Andrew Lincoln ‘s Rick Grimes and Danai Gurira ‘s Michonne — who will be returning for a 2023 spin-off series on AMC,
- While the duo were in separate places — and, it would seem, separate times — they were connected through images of campfires and the sounds of their voices reciting words they were each writing in a journal.
The same journal, it turns out. The Walking Dead series finale Andrew Lincoln on ‘The Walking Dead’ | Credit: Curtis Bonds Baker/AMC That’s because as we saw Rick (shoeless and wearing jeans and a Civic Republic Military jacket) in one scene put his boots, journal, and phone in a bag and then toss it on a boat to avoid it being confiscated by an approaching CRM helicopter, we also saw Michonne with that very same bag, journal, boots and phone in another — the clues that have led her on her journey to find her lost husband.
I think of the dead all the time,” Rick wrote in his letter as the faces of friends both living and dead— shout out to T-Dog! — flashed across the screen. “And about the living. Who I lost. I think about them all every day. Their faces. What I learned from them. How they made me who I am. So much more than all of this made me who I am.” Michonne then sprung into action, sporting a fancy new samurai-like suit and slicing the head off one walker while galloping by on horseback, as Rick was approached by a helicopter informing him that “you’ve been located and are instructed to surrender.
Remain in place with your hands up,” and then adding, “C’mon Rick. It’s like she told you. There’s no escape for the living.” Then, before Michonne rode her horse straight towards what just may be the biggest herd of zombies we have ever seen, her letter to Judith finished: “Remember what I said.
- It’s what he said.
- Hold it to your heart.
- It’s true.
- Forever.” And with that, we flashed back to more images of other Walking Dead characters over the course of the series as we heard their voices repeat the same words: “We’re the ones who live.” The final scene ended with Rick’s arms raised, surrendering as the helicopter descended from the sky between him and a devastated city across the water.
Rick looked up and smiled? The scene then cut back to his children, Judith and RJ, at the Hilltop, where Judith told her little brother, “We get to start over. We’re the ones who live.” How did this final montage come to be? Where and when was it filmed? Which former cast members returned to lend their voices? And where exactly is Rick, anyway? We have answers below! (And check out Greg Nicotero’s exclusive storyboards to the scene and answers to the other finale burning questions as well.) The Walking Dead series finale Credit: Curtis Bonds Baker/AMC
What caused the apocalypse in walking dead?
Microscopic view of the Wildfire Virus, per Dr. Edwin Jenner’s research.
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Wildfire Virus is a contagious disease that creates zombies in AMC ‘s The Walking Dead Television Universe, The virus was discovered by the Center for Disease Control on 15 April 2010 and was declared a pandemic on 25 August 2010. The outbreak caused the collapse of society on 27 August 2010, which resulted in the end of modern civilization and the near extinction of the human race.