"In This Life" is the tenth and final episode of the first season of AMC's The Walking Dead: World Beyond. It is the tenth episode of the series overall. It premiered on November 29, 2020. It was written by Matt Negrete, Ben Sokolowski & Maya Goldsmith and directed by Magnus Martens.[1]

Plot

A divided group struggles to reunite. Others set their sights on the greater good.

Synopsis

TBA

Other Cast

Co-Stars

Uncredited

Deaths

  • 1 rabbit

Trivia

  • Last appearance of Kari Bennett. (Flashback)
  • Last appearance of the Campus Colony. (Flashback)
  • This episode was made available for streaming to subscribers of AMC Premiere on November 26, 2020.
  • This episode was aired alongside "The Deepest Cut".[2]
  • This episode marks the halfway point in the 20 episode run of The Walking Dead: World Beyond.
  • It's revealed that the distress letter sent to Hope by Leo in "Brave" was actually from Huck in order to get Hope to leave the Campus Colony.
    • It's also revealed Huck is unaware of the massacre of the Campus Colony.
    • Percy reveals that Huck had shot both him and Tony, exonerating Silas.
  • This is the first episode this season where a new named character is not introduced, whether that be seen or mentioned.
  • Zach Ball, a recurring Savior extra from the main show, makes an appearance in the end of the episode as one of the survivors in Will's group.
  • This episode is tied with "The Deepest Cut" as the least viewed episode in the entire The Walking Dead franchise, and one of only six to get fewer than one million viewers, the others being "Madman Across the Water", "Shadow Puppets", "Truth or Dare", and "The Sky Is a Graveyard".
    • It is also the least viewed season finale in the franchise.

References

Episodes of The Walking Dead: World Beyond
Season 1 "Brave" • "The Blaze of Gory" • "The Tyger and the Lamb" • "The Wrong End of a Telescope" • "Madman Across the Water" • "Shadow Puppets" • "Truth or Dare" • "The Sky Is a Graveyard" • "The Deepest Cut" • "In This Life"
Season 2 TBA
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