The Walking Dead Season 10’s Finale Might See A Major Character Be Killed Off

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It’s being rumoured that The Walking Dead Season 10’s finale episode could end up with a fan-favourite and major character being killed off.

With a The Walking Dead finales tends to come with a pretty memorable character death, and it looks like Season 10’s finale isn’t going to be any different.

We’ve been eagerly awaiting Season 10’s finale episode for what seems like an eternity now.

It was delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic and we’re still waiting to see it.

However, it’s coming and there was a The Walking Dead panel recently held at Comic-Con.

This panel raised some questions about what might happen in the final episode of Season 10, and in particular to one major character.

The Walking Dead Season 10’s finale could have us saying goodbye to another major character

Father Gabriel might be killed off in The Walking Dead Season 10's finale

Father Gabriel might be killed off in The Walking Dead Season 10’s finale – Credit: AMC

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During the panel, producer Scott Gimple seemed to hint that Father Gabriel’s time on the show might be coming to an end.

Speaking about season 10’s delayed final episode at the convention, Gimple gave the fans good reason to fear for Gabriel Stokes’ life.

He’s currently caring for Judith and RJ in the show, and Gimple hinted at possible tragedy for one of their protectors.

Judith is taking care of herself fine, even taking care of RJ. Anybody who gets in that [guardian] position with Judith winds up going. I’m just saying, I’m not as worried about RJ and Judith as the person taking care of them.

They could be taking a leaf out of the comic books since Gabriel dies in a fight against The Whisperers in them.

Perhaps that might end up happening in the AMC show too.

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