Tonight’s extended episode of “The Walking Dead” will run 90 minutes, titled, “Here’s Not Here,” comes in hot on the heels of last week’s gut-wrenching episode with a yet unresolved cliffhanger merely half-way through.
The episode titled, “Here’s Not Here,” and it just might be the most intense and action-packed show thus far, as a horde of walkers invade the community of Alexandria. Fans are wondering if the question, Did Glenn really die? will be answered. They are also wondering if the cut on Sheriff Rick’s hand and it getting contaminated by the blood of a walker will lead to amputation.
The preview video of tonight’s episode begins with three brief shots of a forested area, then the figure of Morgan walking, crouched down, with an automatic rifle in his hands, wearing a helmet on his head. He’s killing walkers with his gun, not firing but using it as a stick. The next scene showed all of the walkers in a big mound. Morgan stacked them there, on top of each other.
Good news. AMC announced on Friday a seventh season for “The Walking Dead” and a sixth season to tangent postmortem chat series “Talking Dead.” Sixteen episodes have been ordered for season seven, which is set to premiere next fall.
“The Walking Dead” airs at 9 p.m. ET Sundays on AMC. Don’t miss tonight’s 90-minute episode.