The Walking Dead Images Tease The Season’s Final Two Episodes

By Rudie Obias | 7 years ago

The Walking DeadTonight, AMC will air the penultimate episode of The Walking Dead‘s fourth season. Last week’s episode “The Grove” took one of the show’s darkest turns yet, so there’s no telling what the final two episodes hold in store.

The back half of season four has been leading everyone to the Terminus, or the end of the line. Every character that survived the prison in the beginning half of season four has been following the railroad tracks toward promises of a shelter and a better life. Considering that this is The Walking Dead, it’s likely that we’re going to see more main characters die before all is said and done. Tonight’s “Us” will follow three different groups: Glenn, Tara, Abraham, Rosita, and Eugene; Daryl and his new group of shady characters; and Rick, Carl, and Michonne. Here’s the brief plot synopsis from AMC:

Faith becomes a survival tool for some fighting to stay alive.

While I’m usually pretty good about predicting what will happen next on The Walking Dead, I have no clue what these last two episodes are holding for us. We know that everyone will likely be re-united at Terminus, but the big question is: who will die before season four is over? My guess is that either Glenn or Maggie will die.

AMC also released a few images for tonight’s episode that feature The Walking Dead‘s characters at a crossroads. The images are courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, The Huffington Post, TVLine, and ScreenCrush. They show Rick and Carl on the railroad tracks, while others feature Daryl with his new group. It’ll will be interesting to see if Daryl will have any loyalty to his new group or if he’ll immediately jump ship once he’s re-united with Rick’s group and Beth. Daryl and Beth’s relationship took an unexpected turn over the last few episodes, so it would be good to see them together again.


AMC also released a new teaser poster for The Walking Dead‘s season finale, entitled “A.” The episode title is certainly vague. Is the “A” referring to the letter in the alphabet or is it referring to the indefinite article? Maybe it’s refers to the train station at the railroad end of the line, but we’ll have to see next Sunday. Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones TV director Michelle MacLaren will helm “A.”

“Us” airs tonight on AMC. Check out a preview below.