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Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus Early Days

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AMC’s gives the cast and crew a chance to reflect on the series while showing how they came together to bring the long-running series to its epic conclusion The Walking Dead: The Making of the Final Season will be shown this weekend, before the penultimate episode, S11E23 “Family” (followed by another episode of the Chris Hardwick-provided talking death). Now we get a preview of what to expect Norman Reedus (Daryl) & Melissa McBride (Carol) discuss what it was like filming these early episodes and the significance they hold Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) takes a lead role and works to maintain the show’s ensemble feel.

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Here’s a look at a clip from this Sunday night The Walking Dead: The Making of the Final Seasonon AMC screens at 5:00 p.m. PT / 8:00 p.m. ET:

Here’s a look at AMC’s The Walking Dead S11E23 “Family”

The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 23 “Family”: Directed by Sharat Raju and written by Magali Lozano, Erik Berg & Kevin Deiboldt, the penultimate installment in the long-running series, reveals that our heroes have now reclaimed their homeland of Alexandria. But the fight is far from over as sides are being taken within the walls of the Commonwealth while Pamelas (Laila Robins) troops are on high alert with a “shoot-to-kill on sight” order if they encounter any of our people. But even as revolution rages across the Commonwealth, there’s a far more deadly problem along the way. That’s right, a swarm of strays that aren’t quite what they’re used to fighting. Some are faster, can open doors and even climb. And as we saw in the previous installment, some retain the instinct of knowing how to pick up a knife (see our review here). Now here’s a look at the thumbnails of the penultimate episode, followed by a look at the official promo:

The Walking Dead Doc Preview: Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus Early Days
Credit: Jace Downs/AMC

For the opener of S11E23 “Family” we see a montage of our heroes and their respective weapons and how each of them had to pick them up to fight for something better. And yet, for some reason, the scene where Judith (Caile Fleming, who narrates) takes Michonne’s sword & Rick’s gun leaves us with a feeling of fear and apprehension rather than a “blow to the core”. And then gift the hat to RJ (Anton Azor) and this reference to that day is the one that changes everything? Hmmm… yeah… not good.

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