Now, the season finale is being delayed due to the coronavirus.
This is not the first time the "Walking Dead" universe has been impacted by the ongoing global pandemic.
The Walking Lifeless airs Sunday nights on AMC.
The CW's Supernatural was entering its home stretch when the coronavirus brought it to a standstill. The long and short of what you saw in the episode is what they came up with in the writers' room. The times for those episodes don't appear to be fluid, but it does indicate that the season could end on a bit of a cliffhanger. The episode will now be fixed to air as a television special later this year.
Until we see her again, then, thank you, Danai Gurira, for being an essential part of The Walking Dead family. Initially scheduled to make a big appearance on April 12, the new dramatization will currently release not long from now. The intentional finish will show up as an exceptional episode later in the year.
There is a lot to unpack from the Twitter posts about the remainder of The Walking Dead Season 10.
But beyond this, there is no knowing when the final episode will air as post-production is halted due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Some fans were understanding of the situation but others showed their disappointment at the delay of the final episode. Previously, AMC announced its next "TWD" spinoff, a limited two-season series titled "The Walking Dead: World Beyond", will not debut as planned on Sunday, April 12.
The global pandemic has also taken its toll on AMC's spin-off series Fear the Walking Dead, which is in production for the sixth season.
Gurira shared the letter on Twitter, along with a behind-the-scenes selfie of her in Rick Grimes' boots (more on that in a moment). He found indisputable evidence on Bloodworth Island, including those boots, that Rick is still alive and that he was not killed six years ago as he believed.
"Well worth the wait in our opinion".