‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 Finale Is ‘The Darkest,’ Reveals Andrew Lincoln
It has been recently revealed by the protagonist of “The Walking Dead,” Rick Grimes himself that the season 6 finale is surely going to be one of the darkest season of the series ever. Read On!
A show that depicts its expertise in killing the most famous and sought after characters, this is something new! In a recent conversation with Andrew Lincoln by The Wrap, he reveals many important details about the show that has just finished with its shootings and all set to be aired in the next spring.
Andrew explains, “We just wrapped 24 hours ago on what I think is the darkest and most extraordinary season finale that we’ve ever attempted. To say that I’m excited would be a vast understatement. And it ends with a very big bang.” Is there something indigestible with these statements of Lincoln? Is it going to be more darker? Some of you might be really thinking that what might have left in the show to be revealed that is much more darker and never seen before. It will be not wrong if we say that “The Walking Dead” has almost been darker and darker with time.
With these statements it can be estimated and predicted that things are not going to be same in the mid-season finale. The show has been on high demand since its premiere on Halloween 2010 and has attracted a huge fan following with its concept of zombie apocalypse. As many of the major characters have been killed, it has always been a matter of mystery that adheres the spectator’s attention. There have also been rumors that the graphic novel villain is likely to make his very first presence in Season 6; anticipation builds for fans regarding what “darker” will be seen in the next season.
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