The Walking Dead: Sneak Peek Into The Upcoming Episode Reveal Trouble For Aaron And Gabriel

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The Walking Dead has emerged as a leading cultural landmark for AMC since its launch in 2010. It also earned a wave of excellent reviews and several nominations for Golden Globes. The popularity of the program has resulted in the formation of a larger franchise. Fear the Walking Dead and The Walking Dead: World Beyond are two spin-off shows. There are also plans for two further spinoffs and a film trilogy. Following Andrew Lincoln‘s assumed death, everyone is fixated on Rick, played by Andrew Lincoln. AMC now appears to be extending the world of The Walking Dead even further.

What Happens Between Josh Hamilton, Ross, And Seth?

Josh Hamilton, Seth and Aaron
Josh Hamilton, Seth and Ross

Lance Hornsby(Josh Hamilton) finds it difficult to fully trust Aaron (Ross Marquand) and Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam). Lance questions, “That’s your story?” Hornsby demands answers about Toby Carlson’s(Jason Butler Harner) demise. As well as “every last one of our trained, equipped, and armored men’s” death at Riverbend. Hornsby is doubtful that the tenants murdered Carlson’s commando squad, “but not you two, the one-armed guy and the priest,” because he is still looking for stolen Commonwealth weaponry he suspects were kidnapped by their warlord commander (Michael Biehn).

More Trouble Ahead For Aaron And Gabriel

Josh Hamilton as
Josh Hamilton as Lance Hornsby

“If that’s what they claim occurred, that’s what happened,” Commonwealth Army trooper Daryl (Norman Reedus) assures Hornsby of Aaron and Father Gabriel’s innocence. “Are you calling us liars?” Aaron wonders when Hornsby suggests the couple is looking to cover the Riverbenders.

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When Carlson seized control of the situation and provoked a gunfight with Riverbend, Gabriel tells Hornsby the truth, stating they “barely lived.” “We’re not going to be held responsible for this.”

Hornsby and Carlson duped Aaron as well as Father Gabriel into accompanying them on a phony evangelism mission to Riverbend, only to expose the operation’s actual purpose: to recover a missing shipment of military weaponry and assassinate the unjustly accused hostiles.

“He’s clearly enraged, in my opinion. No one expected the Commonwealth to descend to such depths” In an exclusive interview with ComicBook, Marquand said. “Everyone had their suspicions about them, but they surely didn’t imagine they were planning something like this… ‘Oh my God, we genuinely believed these folks were on the level, and now we’re learning they’re just another Governor,’ [Aaron] realizes. They’re just another gang of Saviors.'”

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“Trust” is currently available to stream exclusively on AMC+ and will premiere on AMC on Sunday, April 3 around 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. Don’t miss the trailer for The Walking Dead: The Final Season Part 2’s mid-season conclusion, “Acts of God.”

Upcoming Spin-Offs After The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead

New series are in the works, in addition to the ongoing successors Fear the Walking Dead and The Walking Dead: World Beyond. Tales of the Walking Dead and Isle of the Dead are two examples. Untitled spinoffs featuring Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Maggie in New York, as well as Daryl, Carol (Melissa McBride), and other familiar characters on the road, are also being considered. Rick Grimes will also appear in three more movies in the franchise. While production on those films has yet to begin, Lincoln was lately photographed in Atlanta, Georgia, alongside Reedus.

Also Read: “The Walking Dead”: New Spinoff Series Centred Around Maggie And Negan Will Take Place In New York

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