The Walking Dead: World Beyond ‘teases things to come’ with major Rick Grimes clue (Picture: AMC)
**Warning: This article contains spoilers for The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk.**
The Walking Dead: World Beyond has teased all the ‘things to come’ with its striking post-credits scene.
Just last week, fans were given a vital clue towards Rick Grimes‘s whereabouts when the new community, CRM, was introduced to the spin-off show.
In the episode titled The Wrong End of a Telescope, Civic Republic researcher Lyla (Natalie Gold) could be seen conducting experiments on her zombie subjects in a laboratory.
The walker she was working on was Dr Samuel Abbot of Portland – someone she knew before he died and came back to life as an empty.
He has now been identified as A 4.0.2, which has started to answer the questions regarding the A and B classifications we first heard about when Rick (Andrew Lincoln) was whisked away in a helicopter by Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh).
Will Rick be making his return? (Picture: AMC)
And now, the World Beyond showrunner Matt Negrete has addressed the final scene – which he says we’ll learn more about in future instalments.
Talking to Entertainment Weekly, he explained: ‘What we’re seeing in the coda is a glimpse at a new environment.
‘We don’t know where we are, but it’s a new character, this woman who seems to be doing something very interesting with some empties, that seems very scientific based.’
We finally know what the A and B classifications stand for (Picture: Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)
‘We also see a glimpse of a photo of some people that include the scientists and the girls’ father and they seem rather close,’ he pressed.
‘We also see that the empty that she seems to be studying is also alive as a person in this photo.
‘So that implies that a lot of s***’s gone down, and it raises a lot more questions that we’ll also be answering later on this season and into next season.
‘A little bit of a tease of things to come.’
Fans have speculated whether Rick will appear at the CRM after Jadis called him a B – we sure hope that means he’s become a soldier and not a zombie!
The Walking Dead is set to return next year on AMC and NOW TV.
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