series finale the walking Dead It originally ended the way the show began: with Rick Grimes riding in post-apocalyptic Atlanta. Entitled “Rest in Peace,” the series finale jumped a year into the future before a Koda scene revealed the return of Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Michonne (Danai Gurira). The final shot of the walking Dead She had Rick and Michonne’s children, Judith Grimes (Kylie Fleming) and younger brother Rick “RJ” Grimes Jr. (Anthony Azure), looking forward to the future. But the episode reportedly ended very differently, with a longer flash forward into a final sequence that was filmed but deleted.
according to from the insidethe original ending of the walking Dead It jumps more than a decade into the future to reveal the children of Rick, Michonne, Aaron (Ross Marquand) and Rosita (Christian Serratos) – all grown up Judith, Rick Jr., Gracie and Coco – in search of survivors like their parents before them. In a response to the 2010 pilot episode of “Days Gone Bye”, the final lines of the series would have been an adult RJ communicating over a CB radio, asking if anyone could hear him. from the inside Sequence description:
After Daryl took off, we took off to Freedom Parkway, just outside of Atlanta – where the iconic shot of Rick took off from the pilot. Watch a car modified with ethanol, with a young woman and a man in the front seats (in their 20s). And through the scene, we realize it’s two adults, RJ and Judith. Other adult versions are behind – Coco, Gracie, etc. They’re out there, looking to escort any survivors back to their communities. Continuing the legacy of their parents. While RJ was speaking on the radio, he finished by saying, “If you can hear me, answer back. This is Rick Grimes.” (Which, of course, is his name — and the line Rick said in the pilot.) We then end with a survivor’s voice responding, “…Hi?”
Tell one person who knows about the deleted ending from the inside That whole conclusion was “emotionally appropriate,” but was at odds with AMC’s “World Building” walking dead The universe expanded with three new spin-offs in 2023, including Rick and Michonne series. According to another insider, the original ending may have been “canned” because it didn’t make sense to “end the show on ‘new versions’ of characters we don’t really know.”
In a separate interview with comma, Angela Kang, host of the show, confirmed that she wrote a “completely different final scene” cut from the episode. Although Kang declined to reveal the alternate ending, she did say that the final shot of a young, divorced Judith and RJ on the new Commonwealth was not “originally the last minute of the show”.
“It was something that worked really well in the stadium and everyone loved it, but it was one of those things when we all saw it together we were like, ‘This just doesn’t work,’ and AMC was like, ‘Maybe just cut that sequence,’ and I said, ‘I get it. Exactly,” Kang explained. “So we were kind of like, ‘Are we done with Rick/Michonne?'” Do we end up riding Daryl? Are we done with the kids? But the intention was always for this to be about… Our generation has done all of these things, and then there are those who will carry on the legacy.”
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