After 12 years since its premiere, “The Walking Dead” is finally ending. On Sunday, November 20 at 9 o’clock p.m. ET, the series finale will make its debut. The finale will air on AMC, or viewers can catch it via streaming services like Philo, fuboTV, or DirecTV stream.
There is a no-risk way to check out all three streaming services. A description of the series finale on fuboTV states that Daryl and Carol take Judith to the hospital as soon as they can. As Maggie and Negan arm themselves against Pamela, and the heroes gather for one last stand, Rosita, Eugene, and Gabriel search for Coco.
Here’s a sneak peek of the season finale, courtesy of AMC’s YouTube channel: Daryl, Maggie, and our heroes embark on a dangerous mission with Negan to meet the enigmatic Reapers in the series’ final season. Take a look at the conclusion of “The Walking Dead” season 1 on YouTube:
What Is “The Walking Dead” About?
This grim drama, adapted from Robert Kirkman’s comic book series, depicts the years and months after a zombie apocalypse. A band of survivors is always on the road, looking for a safe place to call home.
They learn quickly that the tremendous terror of the survivors can be more lethal than the zombies wandering among them, but the struggle to stay alive each day drives many of them to the lowest levels of human brutality. Conflict among the survivors can be as dangerous as the roving hordes of walkers, as reported by fuboTV.
How Can I Watch “The Walking Dead” if I Don’t Have Cable?
Fans may watch the series finale online via Philo, fuboTV, or the DirecTV stream. There is a no-risk way to check out all three streaming services. To view the show, cable subscribers can go to AMC.com and sign in using their credentials.
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