New ‘The Walking Dead’ Spoilers For Season 10, October 13, 2019 Episode 2 Revealed

New ‘The Walking Dead’ Spoilers For Season 10, October 13, 2019 Episode 2 Revealed

Hey, “The Walking Dead” fans. We hope you guys had an absolute blast watching tonight’s very first, premiere episode 1 of this current 10th season. Now that the premiere episode has officially aired and wrapped up, it’s time to see what crazy drama is in store for the next, new episode 3.

Thanks to the wonderful AMC folks, we do have a few, official teaser descriptions to run by you guys.

For starters, there is a title for this second installment of this season. Episode 2 is officially named, “We Are the End of the World.” It sounds like episode 2 will feature some very interesting, super intense and possible dramatic scenes as the Alpha and Beta humble beginnings are revealed. The Alpha tries to make Lydia more tough. The Whisperers create herds and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Alpha and Beta situation. It turns out that we will be given a little history lesson in this episode. At some point, we’ll be treated to a segment that features exactly how the Alpha and Beta started out.

AMC’s official description tells us, “The origins of Alpha and Beta are revealed.” This particular scene sounds like it will be pretty straight forward. We don’t think it will feature any surprise twists.

It just sounds like it will give us an interesting look into how the Alpha and Beta were formed. So, get ready to see that play out in episode number 2.

The second spoiler scoop reveals that the Alpha will certainly be quite busy with Lydia in this episode. The Alpha will attempt to do some things that will make Lydia a little bit more tough. The reasoning for this is because they will be in preparation for taking a walk with the dead.

AMC’s official description tells us, “Alpha attempts to toughen up Lydia as they prepare to walk with the dead.”

Will the Alpha really manage to toughen up Lydia for this walk with the dead event? That’s an important question for this particular scenario. We’re not seeing any other spoiler teasers for Lydia or the Alpha beyond this episode at the moment.

So, we’ll have to just wait and see what their fate has in store as their storyline progresses. It sounds like these scenes in episode 2 will feature some pretty interesting and possible dramatic moments to look forward to. So, look out for it.

Lastly, we’ve got a third teaser storyline. It reveals that the Whisperers will indeed be back in action in this installment. At some point, we will see the Whisperers begin to create their herds. AMC’s description for this scenario reads like this,”The Whisperers create their herds.”

What will the Whisperers use these herds for? That’s a big question for this particular plotline. We couldn’t find any future spoiler teasers that indicate the Whisperers actually taking any action.

All we know about them, right now, is that they will have the Alexandrians extremely paranoid of what they might do next. In fact, The Alexandrians will be so friggin paranoid that they will take all their fears out on Negan at the Hilltop in episode 4. So, that’s bad news for Negan in the not-too-distant future.

As for this Whisperers storyline in episode 2, it sounds like it could feature some very interesting scenes to watch out for. So, get ready for that to take place in the second installment when it hits the airwaves next week.

AMC confirmed that episode 2 is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night, October 13, 2019 at approximately 8 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “The Walking Dead” report, by definitely stay tuned for more.

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