The Walking Dead series is coming to an end in its 11th season. However, the zombie universe will be continued in other derivative series, which are highly anticipated by the public.
Several characters have pros and cons, and many believe that Negan is the great villain. However, the last episode should introduce the true villain of the franchise.
“A Sheriff awakens from a coma to find the world in ruins, and must lead a group of survivors to stay alive,” reads the series synopsis.
With Andrew Lincoln having led the cast over nine seasons, stars like Norman Reedus, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lauren Cohan, Melissa McBride and Danai Gurira also make an appearance.
Beale could be the series’ big villain
In The Walking Dead: The World Beyond, Beale, a character still unknown to the public, occupies the position of major general in the CRM.
The power he has in the universe of the series is since the second season of The World Beyond, when the main characters capture Mason, his son
The CRM was pressured into action against Hope and the others, handing over the position of Beale, who could be The Walking Dead’s big bad.
The series never actually showed his face, but it emphasized that he is a very important character and one of the most powerful people in the world.
Beale must still have Commonwealth connections
Even before season 11 of The Walking Dead, there was speculation that the Comonwealth could be an ally of the CRM.
Considering CRM seems to have similar ties, it’s not a shocking decision, and Beale could be closer than the characters think.
CRM has an impressive reach across the Commonwealth, but it’s hard to see organizations becoming allies.
In turn, what was established about the CRM is that they would like to have a network of communities more powerful than the Commonwealth.
If it’s indeed true that CRM has dealings with Pamela Milton, there’s a chance Beale himself will make an appearance at the end of The Walking Dead.
The battle escalates as the series finale approaches, and Pamela may get more help from the CRM than she’d like.
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