Who dies in the Walking Dead series finale?

The living Dead is on death watch. On Sunday night, AMC’s zombie drama ends its 11-season run with the biggest death of all: the show itself. After the penultimate episode ended with all characters in mortal danger, and with the countdown to the final episode, one question remains: who won’t make it out The living Dead empathize? Answers won’t come until the extended series finale premieres live tonight at 6pm PT / 9pm ET on AMC and AMC+, so here’s our final look at which characters won’t make it to the end.


Rosita (Christian Serratos) is on what could be a suicide mission. She has information that her daughter, Coco, is being held at the Children’s Home in the lower division of the Commonwealth. Governor Pamela Milton (Laila Robins) has ordered her trooper army to lead an invading horde of walkers away from the Estates and into the lower wards, which Colonel Vickers (Monique Grant) says would be a death sentence for thousands of Commonwealth citizens. Does Rosita die while saving her child? It would be a tragic fate, but one rooted in the comic books.


Also on a risky mission is Jerry (Cooper Andrews), last seen under the guts wading into the herd of walkers that overran the Commonwealth. After amputating Lydia’s (Cassady McClincy) walker-bitten arm, which happened when she tried to save friend Elijah (Okea Eme-Akwari), the big softie offered to go out and kill Elijah, Luke (Dan Fogler) and Jules (Alex Sgambati). ). Jerry got out of their camper besieged by hikers and said, “I find them, I find you. Shoemaker piece. I’ll see you on the other side.’ Famous last words?


“Loss is inevitable.” That’s what Aaron (Ross Marquand) said earlier this season in some fatherly advice to Lydia, perhaps foreshadowing that he won’t make it to daughter Gracie’s (Anabelle Holloway) home in Alexandria. As the de facto leader of the Alexandria Safe-Zone, and bearing an uncanny resemblance to Rick Grimes from the comics, Aaron has already reprized some of Rick’s role from the comic books. Will he also get a twist on Rick’s comic fate?

Luke and Jules

Set your phasers to probably: to borrow a sentence from Star Trekmaybe the couple Luke (Dan Fogler) and Jules (Alex Sgambati) have just returned from a long absence to die like red shirts in the series finale. (Also: Luke is actually wearing a red shirt. Chance? Well, maybe.) Did Luke and Jules survive the destruction of Oceanside and die before the horde that swarmed the Commonwealth? To riff up Star Trek again: they’re dead, Jim.

Governor Pamela Milton

Leader. Politician. Mother. Corrupt Commonwealth Governor Milton is into many things, and she might add “child killer” to the list as Judith Grimes’s (Cailey Fleming) life hangs in the balance. In the penultimate episode, a vengeful governor attempted to shoot Milton Maggie (Lauren Cohan) – only for Judith to push her aside and take the bullet herself. The Governor lured the Alexandrians into a death trap, arrested General Mercer (Michael James Shaw) on charges of treason, shot Judith, and ruthlessly sent a swarm after the Commonwealth’s poor. Like the other Governor, Milton is too far gone to live.

Check out our guide on how to watch The living Dead series finale event live on cable or streaming when the episode premieres tonight, Nov. 20, at 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET on AMC and AMC+.

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