The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Norman Reedus will join their castmates in discussing the delayed season 10 finale at this year’s virtual San Diego Comic-Con.
Following the coronavirus pandemic, the annual event has been forced to bring its panels online to help stall the spread of Covid-19.
And it has recently been announced that AMC will be teaming up with the convention for another year with its Walking Dead franchise.
According to The Wrap, Chris Hardwick from the Talking Dead will be moderating the panel featuring the likes of chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, showrunner and executive producer Angela Kang and executive producer Greg Nicotero, who directed the season finale.
A number of cast members will also make an appearance, seeing Jeffrey (Negan) and Norman (Daryl) joined by Melissa McBride (Carol), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Josh McDermitt (Eugene), Ross Marquand (Aaron) and Paola Lazaro (Princess).
Just like the convention itself, the season 10 finale has been delayed due to the global crisis after it cast a shadow of doubt over the TV industry.
And while no release date has been announced, creator Robert Kirkman told CartoonistKayfabe that there is a date confirmed for the episode to air.
He said: ‘The old Walking Dead show will be coming back. We’ll be airing — I know dates. I don’t think they’re public.
‘But we have the finale of [Season 10]… There will be more Walking Dead television for you to watch at some point in the future.’
While fans have been in lockdown, Nicotero has been keeping everyone on their toes by teasing them with what’s to come in the next installment.
He explained to Fandom: ‘There are a lot of character storylines that are [wrapped up]. You get little bits of information here, here, and here. You want [to] end that chapter and start the next chapter in the finale.
‘We address lots of stuff with Daryl, we address lots of stuff with Negan, we address lots of stuff with Beta, we address lots of stuff with Carol.’
‘It’s already been revealed that Maggie’s return is in the finale, and it tees us up very well for season 11 that it’s a little agonising for me to not be able to talk about,’ the director went on.
‘Because the last two minutes of the finale are going to just… People’s jaws are going to drop.’
The Walking Dead season 10 finale is expected to drop on AMC and NOW TV later this year.Follow us: