The Whisperers Bring the "End of the World" in New Teaser for The Walking Dead
Here's some creepy new footage from the AMC series' tenth season.
By Chris Morse
Going into the tenth season of The Walking Dead, communities of survivors are working hard to bring back some form of organized civilization, but that isn’t stopping the villainous Whisperers from thriving in the apocalypse and enjoying their new, chaotic way of life. In fact, they are doubling down on it, proclaiming themselves the “end of the world” in a new teaser spot released by AMC, which you can have a look at just above.
After the previous season, the stage is set for plenty of conflict, both within the communities and at war with the Whisperers, who just finished sending a deadly message to anyone who would dare cross over into their territory. All things considered, the Whisperer War is only beginning to heat up with plenty of epic story beats ahead, but we’ll have to see what moments the show follows the comics on and what is all-new for the television adaptation.
Season 10 is welcoming a few new characters, such as Javier Cardenas’ Dante, a comic book love interest for Maggie, while preparing to say goodbye to others. During this summer’s San Diego Comic-Con panel, it was made official that this is the final season for Danai Gurira, who will be making her exit after playing Michonne since the tail end of the second. Nonetheless, the series continues to shamble on, even without a few of its former mainstays.
The Walking Dead will return for its tenth season on Sunday, October 6th.
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