The Walking Dead : the final season 8 is more like an end-of-series to an end of the season
The Walking Dead reaches the end of its season 8 next week and we are very happy with it. Already because our Simon will be able to regain a little sanity, but also because this break is going to bring big changes to the series.
Even if you are hardcore fans of The Walking Dead, you are not without notice that the series has changed a lot since its inception. An inescapable evolution in the program as long but that is also due mainly to the economic choices of the chain AMC, which produces and distributes the show. Minimum investment for maximum profits could be the watchword as the series refuses to any dramatically in the past few years, and that the zombies are more in the background.
Pfff, it is not too early what
Except that it starts a little to see, as the show advance to blow of the patch and the hearings depressing as always, the chain must respond. The big novelty of the next season will no doubt be the arrival of a new showrunner, Angela Kang, who will resume the series in hand after Scott Gimple, as well as give him its letters of nobility.
There will be a before and an after Angela Kang. It is in any case what Scott Gimple himself has hinted at the microphone of Entertainment Weekly, speaking of what we were expecting for the grand finale of the season 8.
Come on, a last little effort…
“This episode is not just the conclusion of the 15 previous. Angela, the other authors and I’ve been talking about for a long time on the way to conclude the first 8 seasons. The series will be like a whole new series starting next season with a narration, brand new and more ample. This is something I had been waiting well before I get to season 8. Therefore, there was a lot of heaviness in the air as we approached. It is a sort of graduation ceremony a little strange for all the world.”
Of course, the details are still super secret but it is clear that The Walking Dead needs to change to continue to exist. Is this mean that the cast will be decimated ? Answer next Monday. In any case, if it allows the series to return to its vibrant past and refocus on its strengths, it is excellent news.
Robert Kirkman, the creator, not super reassured there