The Walking Dead Season 8 Finale Recap

Negan in The Walking Dead season 8 finale

AMCNegan in The Walking Dead season 8 finale

No one's going to start writing an obituary for The Walking Dead any time soon but compared to past years Sunday's Season 8 finale was nearly the least watched finale the AMC zombie apocalypse series has ever had.

In the season 8 finale of The Walking Dead, Rick decides not to kill Negan.

Pregnant Maggie, Rick's longtime friend, was furious that Rick didn't finish Negan off because Negan had beaten to death her husband Glenn.

"When I read the script, I was a bit concerned when I slit his throat, because up until now, Jeffrey Dean Morgan has been wonderful, and one of the greatest assets he has brought to the show is the fact that at the end of each season, he does a three-page monologue". We thought, 'Is Danai going to get hit?' It was hard because they didn't want to sit there and have to meter themselves. But he notes that Al hasn't shared her story and I'm sure she's got a good one. Or does she just mean that she wants to kill Negan anyway behind Rick's back? "That's the kind of intensity that that sort of scene needs".

"It's just vengeance up until that point and in the moment that he says, 'The kid didn't know a damn thing, ' he realizes where he's about to go and what he's about to become", Andrew explains, highlighting Rick's critical turning point.

Maggie entering the second trimester of her pregnancy (I think, just how long has it been?!), it remains to be seen whether she'll have a massive role to play - but she's too engaging to be left in the shadows while the men do all the heavy lifting.

I think we're telling a story about restraint rather than revenge.

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"This is a huge turning point in a long series of turning points for Rick".

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Scott also spoke about the conflicts that may arise in season nine, revealing that characters will be "facing different problems with each other". [The past eight seasons] very much lived in the world that Rick began with. Over at the Sanctuary, it was very much clear that Negan was ready for war and, to go along with that, was more than happy to abuse Dwight once more. So we have a new war brewing on top of Negan being kept alive, Morgan leaving, and Dwight apparently leaving? We did not tell him. He was fighting something that was in him.

Maggie and Daryl, on the other hand, feel that Rick made a poor decision in not killing Negan. She's a former journalist and she's recording people's tales: who they've met, where they've been, where they're going. They engage in a faceoff trying to fight off the group and Morgan ends up getting shot in the leg.

Gimple: "It looks like that to me".

"When we did do that, and what Lauren does with that scene is like Michael Corleone", Gimple said.

But Hilltop leader Maggie could not accept that, screaming and crying that the Savior leader had to die - "It's not over till he's dead!" - even as Michonne held her back. If you look closely enough and don't blink, you'll notice the glass pane that Rick shot and broke is now completely untouched.

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