The Walking Dead Season 10 Revealed Michonne Could Depart by Midseason

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Danai Gurira as Michonne - The Walking Dead _ Season 10, Episode 8 - Photo Credit: Eliza Morse/AMC

THE WALKING DEAD is the place to halt production amid fears of this Covid-19 pandemic. Luckily, the broadcast of now underway season ten will continue as normal.

AMC’s epic horror saga has postponed creation of the year eleven, but there are still more episodes of The Walking Dead dropping to a weekly basis. Having a character set to depart, it’s been revealed how one incident drops for the death occurs, a hint.

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Michonne (Danai Gurira) has been a staple for the zombie show ever since her introduction in year three.

Danai has discovered further success playing with Okoye for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, along with her busier program has motivated her to find new instructions outside of the demanding series.

It’s been affirmed her character, a survivor who became a swordswoman in the apocalypse will bow by the end of year 10. Enthusiasts have been speculating whether Michonne will be murdered or simply move on to pastures new.

An article for entertainment outlet Digital Spy has indicated the midseason finale for year 10, The World Before could have foreshadowed what exactly will spur the group to be abandoned by Michonne.

They remind viewers that the prior series lead Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), was presumed dead but flown away by Anne (Pollyanna McIntosh) within an unidentified place during season nine.

But, Michonne may have gotten a hint her ally could be residing. When she comes across the other survivor, Virgil (Kevin Carroll), she questions why the mysterious stranger saved her friend Luke (Dan Fogler) and his response prompts a tearful response.

He said: “There is no play. I don’t understand, I simply did it. He needed help. With what might happen to me here, even, I’m happy I did it.

“Mercy is in short supply these days. I don’t anticipate it. Maybe I don’t deserve it”

Michonne is caught by his code of honor by surprise and she begins crying despite himself.

She answers: “Just reminded me of something a friend of mine used to say. ‘My mercy prevails over my anger’,” she states.

Rick Grimes has used this lineup in the show before, and following this guest area from Kevin Carroll, fans were speculating whether Virgil had come previously across Rick.

While another death in the series would be in TWD fashion that is true, this has been among the seasons of this series.

This conversation with Virgil was obtained with wild speculation that more characters will begin to discover the truth about Rick.

As opposed to facing a bloody end in the hands of Alpha (Samantha Morton) and her army of Whisperers, Michonne could leave on a perilous adventure to find her old ally.