If the actors from the programme The Walking Dead are to be believed, the final episode will be a tearjerker.
Later this month, the AMC series' major finale will bring the show to an end after 12 seasons.
Although we are unsure of what will happen, some of the series' stars have given us a hint, with Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) speculating that it would be upsetting.
"There are some really heartbreaking moments," he admitted to Entertainment Weekly. There are also times when you think, "F**k yeah, that's the group!" There will be shouts of "Come on!" There will be a lot of that screaming at the TV type of behaviour.
There is a lot of adrenaline because we went all out for the final eight episodes. A lot of emotion is present. Numerous people are afraid. There are undoubtedly all the elements of a successful conclusion. There's a lot going on. It's fantastic when some of the groups display genuine bravery that you wouldn't expect. He continued, "And they're massive sets—big badass movie sets, and then everybody dies. NO, JUST JOKING!
The final episode, according to Melissa McBride (Carol Peletier), "is going to be incredibly moving for fans," she continued.
She remarked, "Some of the photos I'm still picturing, and they're incredibly gorgeous with the music. "I am confident that it will move them.
The good news is that there will still be these spinoffs, but because this is the last episode of our mothership show, I'm going to be curious to see how the fans react.
There are "certain things that happen that are going to be really, truly moving and a part of this universe, which includes death and a huge feeling of loss," according to fellow actor Lauren Cohan (Maggie Rhee).
She continued, "I think it's interesting because it lays the groundwork for where the last few people will be and where they'll go.
So I do believe [showrunner Angela Kang] did a pretty fantastic job of portraying the reality of a show ending and how we feel it through things that may happen to certain characters in the programme, as well as the future with the people we still love who are still alive.