The powers of Alexandria, Hilltop, Kingdom, and Oceanside shut down Beta and the Whisperer danger in “A Certain Doom” yet that doesn’t imply that The Walking Dead season 10 is finished. AMC has broadened the season, adding six additional scenes that will investigate new puzzles set up in the first finale. The additional scenes will likewise overcome any issues between season 10 and 11, a two-year 24-scene season that will be the show’s last.
Anyway, with 30 scenes left in The Walking Dead story, what do we think about those initial six? AMC has delivered the titles and summations for the leftover scenes, which give us a few pieces of information concerning what’s in store:
Maggie’s Past Will Come into Focus
Perhaps the greatest second from “A Certain Doom” was the arrival of Maggie. Subsequent to joining Georgie’s strange gathering eventually during the six-year time hop in The Walking Dead season 9, Maggie appeared back up in the nick of time to spare Gabriel from a grim demise during the last fight with the Whisperers. It was an incredible time.
Unfortunately, the scene didn’t generally invest much energy with Maggie. We don’t have the foggiest idea what her life has been similar to with Georgie’s kin, who her partner in the iron cover is, or how she feels about observing Negan outside of a cell. These will probably be the central purposes of Maggie’s story in these six scenes.
BREAKING NEWS: #TheWalkingDead will return for the six bonus episodes of Season 10 on Sunday, February 28, 2021!
The episode titles are as follows:
1017- Home Sweet Home
1018- Find Me
1019- One More
1022- Here’s Negan pic.twitter.com/sQ66vn7QEJ
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The first of the additional scenes, reasonably named “Ah, it feels good to be back home,” will zero in on Maggie, as she “battles an inconspicuous and obscure danger” with Daryl, all while “her previous finds her.” The summary for the scene likewise makes reference to that Negan’s “wellbeing is in question once more.”
While it’s indistinct who the “concealed danger” maybe, it’s protected to accept that Maggie will conflict with Negan eventually in this scene. All things considered, Maggie attempted to execute him before she left the settlements in season 9. Does she actually hold a profound contempt for the improved miscreant or has she discovered some harmony over the most recent couple of years? “Ah, back home again” will probably address that question.