Hold on to your skulls, 'cause things are about to get messy in the Season 6 finale of The Walking Dead. Reports are emerging that AMC has extended from its usual 60-minute runtime, to a gore-splattered 90-minute extravaganza. So what does this mean? Even more blood and guts for us to sink our teeth into.
One keen Redditor noticed that on April 3, Talking Dead would be airing at 10:30 p.m. instead of its usual 10 p.m. time slot. It was later backed up by Facebook page The Spoiling Dead, which also stated it was 99 percent sure of this extended runtime and that the finale would be titled "Last Day On Earth." Both facts were expected to be confirmed on Sunday night's episode of Talking Dead.
Gearing up to be the most epic finale ever, we are not only promised the salivating arrival of comic book supervillain Negan, but a finale which left one cast member "speechless." And in more morbidly exciting news, it is expected that we will also see the loss of at least one big player within this 90 minutes of epic glory.
With only two episodes left, there isn't much of a wait to find out who will lose a life at the hands of Negan; the only worry is that we will be left with a cliffhanger to see who doesn't make it to Season 7 alive. Could The Walking Dead pull a Game Of Thrones on us, meaning it will be October before we find out who dies?