When is The Walking Dead: Dead City finale?

Lauren Cohan as Maggie Rhee - The Walking Dead: Dead City _ Season 1 - Photo Credit: Peter Kramer/AMC
Lauren Cohan as Maggie Rhee - The Walking Dead: Dead City _ Season 1 - Photo Credit: Peter Kramer/AMC /

The  Walking Dead: Dead City is the first of three slated TWD Universe spinoff series. It began airing on June 18, 2023. So far, the show has received nothing but love from the audience.

Dead City currently has an 81% score on Rotten Tomatoes, alongside a 7.6 rating on IMDb. Featuring Maggie and Negan’s adventures in Manhattan. The duo has battled with the swarm of dead and denizens in the first five episodes of the series.

As for the final episode of the series, the tension between Maggie and Negan goes over the boiling point. With that being said, many are wondering when is The Walking Dead: Dead City finale. Well, why don’t we find out right now?

The Walking Dead: Dead City finale release date

The opening season of the series features a total of six episodes. Each episode has been released weekly on AMC and AMC+. Episode 6, a.k.a. the season finale, will be available to watch on AMC on July 23, 2023. Here’s a detailed look at the full release schedule of the 2023 TV series:

  • Episode 1, “Old Acquantainces” – June 18
  • Episode 2, “Who’s There?” – June 25
  • Episode 3, “People Are a Resource” – July 2
  • Episode 4, “Everybody Wins a Prize” – July 9
  • Episode 5, “Stories We Tell Ourselves” – July 16
  • Episode 6, “Doma Smo” – July 23

Will there be a The Walking Dead: Dead City season 2?

With the AMC spinoff series’ inaugural season enjoying huge success, the audience is aching for more. However, as of now, there is no official confirmation whether TWD: Dead City will get a second season or not.

There is a chance that an announcement regarding the new season will be made during the TWD Universe’s two-hour panel on Friday in Hall H at the 2023 San Diego Comic-Con. But until then, it’s hard for us to make any solid claims about a potential season 2 of the series.

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