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Brenda Watkins
March 25, 2020

The Walking Dead has become the latest TV series to become impacted by the spread of the coronavirus, with the upcoming Season 10 finale being delayed.

Now, AMC has introduced that the season ten finale can even face a launch delay as a result of coronavirus. Here is everything you need to know about why the series has been delayed and when the final episode will air.

AMC has been steadily expanding the "Walking Dead" universe, first with the spinoff "Fear the Walking Dead" and then by announcing a series of movies starring Andrew Lincoln, who played the central character of Rick Grimes but opted to leave the show.

On Sunday, the zombie-end times assortment broadcast Episode 13 of Season 10, What We've Become, in what turned into the entire last episode of long-lasting regular Danai Gurira.

So, the broadcasting channel has made a decision to conclude the current season on April 5 and telecast the final episode later in the year as a special episode.

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"Current events have unfortunately made it impossible to complete post-production on The Walking Dead Season 10 finale", AMC said in a statement. The planned ending will appear as a special episode later this year.

Some fans were understanding of the situation but others showed their disappointment at the delay of the final episode.

There is a lot to unpack from the Twitter posts about the remainder of The Walking Dead Season 10.

The Walking Dead airs Sunday nights on AMC.

That premiere will also happen later this year, but the network hasn't offered a specific date when it will air now.

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