According to BostInno on March 31, speculations run amiss on season finale of AMC’s “The Walking Dead: Welcome to the Tombs” airing tonight at 9 p.m. Causalities are to be expected and heart breaking losses are inevitable since The Governor suffered some losses as of late and he is retaliating.
So far there are predictions on who will go down at the end of this season. Tonight’s episode followed “The Walking Dead: It’s a Sorrowful Life” which builds to the final show, where in that episode was simply “the calm before the storm”, letting the audience know where the characters stand at this point up until tonight’s blood bath.
Who is expected to go down?
For one, The Governor, who will be focusing on mostly vengeance, is at serious risk considering he might be more than likely facing off with Rick Grimes as his main adversary. Grimes is no one The Governor should take lightly either, and Grimes has, without hesitation, taken out those who he saw as threats to the group based on their past behavior and how he’s been reading people he encounters. His hand is always over the trigger.
There is an opinion consensus that Hershel and Beth would see their demise as well. However, “The Walking Dead” writers have been known to have surprises and twists up their sleeves as of late, as predictions are just what they are. There even could be friendly fire, so it’s up for grabs.
Who is predicted to move forward to season four?
It is thought that Rick, Daryl, and Glenn are so prevalent to the series, as well as survivors, that perhaps they might be sticking around for season four. Also, Maggie and Michonne’s death would seem redundant should Lori be taken out. Lori still has an opportunity to redeem herself, and that could be good to see her move forward in the series, however, there could be a twist following her redemption, only to die in the season finale.
To get final closure of all of this and to see who will make it to season four, stay tuned tonight for AMC’s “The Walking Dead” at 9 p.m. EST.