The Walking Dead finale ending explained | Latest TV & Movies News 2022
The Walking Dead has finally ended after 11 seasons; however, while the show may be over, the franchise’s future has been set up, so let’s break down the ending. The Walking
Dead first premiered on AMC in 2010, introducing the world to Rick Grimes in the immediate fallout of a devastating zombie apocalypse; cities turned into no man’s land, prisons
transformed into sanctuaries, and cannibalism festering among the desperate. The journey to the finishing line has been long, bumpy, and brutal, from Hershel’s death at the hands
of The Governor to Negan’s skull-busting debut in Season 7. Last night, Season 11 brought the mainline show to a close – but there’s plenty more to come, so let’s dig into
what happened in The Walking Dead finale and what the ending means going forward. Article continues after ad The Walking Dead finale ending: What happened to Negan and Maggie?
Season 11 Episode 24 focused on the survivors as they made their last stand against the Commonwealth, while Daryl and Carol helped to save Judith’s life after being caught in a
crossfire. Negan and Maggie share two major emotional scenes. Firstly, he offers to kill Governor Milton to protect Maggie from the consequences of such a death. “Hell is gonna
rain down on you, and you ain’t gonna come back, and you have to come back… so I’m gonna do it,” he tells her. Negan speaks about how he finally understood how Maggie must
have felt when he murdered Glenn right in front of her when he was nearly executed alongside his wife Annie. “I know I probably owe you more than this, but I’m so sorry for
what I took from you and what I took from your son,” he says. Article continues after ad Maggie doesn’t let him go alone, but she doesn’t kill Milton. Instead, she’s
arrested by General Mercer for high crimes against the people of the Commonwealth. Afterwards, Maggie tells Negan she can’t forgive him – but she’s trying. She says: “Glenn
was beautiful. I’ll never love anyone like that again. I remember his smile. His goodness. The way he made me feel. But when I look at you… all I see is that bat coming down on
his head. Blood running down his face. I hear him, I hear him calling for me. And I hear you mocking him while he’s dying. Article continues after ad “So I can’t forgive you.
Even though I’m so grateful that you saved my son. Even though I know that you’re trying. I’m trying, too. ‘Cause I don’t want to hate you anymore. I don’t want to hurt
like that. And I don’t want my son to see that anybody has that kind of hold over me. “If you and Annie want to stay, you have earned your place. If I can’t look at you some