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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 8 finale is going be big and unusual

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As the finale of The Walking Dead Season 8 approaches, the star of the series Andrew Lincoln has offered some clues into how the 16th episode will be going down on April 15.

Lincoln, who plays Rick Grimes, told Entertainment Weekly Tuesday that the finale is going to be huge, as it looks like several storylines are going to be wrapping up in the next two episodes. Not just that, but it’s going to be a bit “unusual.”

“I would say this is a smorgasbord,” Lincoln told EW. “I think you’ve got everything in this one. It’s quite an unusual structure, but it’s very emotional, I hope, because that’s what I felt [while filming]. It’s epic.”

It’s not unusual for The Walking Dead to get emotional, of course, but as the current war reaches it’s conclusion it’s likely to get a bit ugly and probably a bit sad. Both Norman Reedus (Daryl) and showrunner Scott M. Gimple have also mentioned the finale will be huge and wrap up a number of storylines.

Lincoln teased the location of where they shot the finale, which sounds like it’s a new place for the series — not the Sanctuary or Hilltop.

“The location we shot at was phenomenal and unusual,” Lincoln said. “I hope that it’s going to look on screen as good as it felt when we were shooting there.”

As for the big conclusion, Lincoln mentions that the finale does feel like it ties up loose ends, but at the same time it opens up doors for the next season.

“It does feel like it completes something,” Lincoln said. “But it also does feel that it offers a lot of interesting story arcs for the future, which is quite unusual.”

After this storyline in the comics, the timeline jumps forward considerably into the future, and the way Lincoln is talking about Episode 16 doesn’t exactly rule that out.

The Walking Dead airs at 9 p.m. ET on Sundays on AMC. 

Read more: https://mashable.com/2018/04/03/walking-dead-season-8-finale/

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