"The Walking Dead" is all set to head for a long break after airing its mid-season finale this Sunday. While the previous Episode 7 left behind a lot of cliff hangers with the church tower collapsing and exposing Alexandrians to grave danger, this week's Episode 8, titled "Start to Finish" will see Alexandrians facing the threat. The mid-season finale is expected to be a mind-blowing episode with rumours claiming the death of a major character.

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In last week's Episode 7 we saw Glenn, trapped by a horde of walkers, manage to crawl under a dumpster while the walkers are occupied with consuming Nicholas' corpse. On the other hand, at Alexandria, Rick asks Morgan whether he had let any of the Wolves leave, recounting how he was ambushed at the RV. Morgan admits he did and defends his position.

Meanwhile, Rosita begins training the Alexandrians how to fight and tries to convince Eugene to learn too. And at the wall, Spencer attempts to use a grappling line to sneak out of Alexandria in a bid to find a car and draw the walkers away, but is forced to return when the line snaps. "Heads Up" also saw how Ron begins to stalk Carl with his gun and finally, revealed that Glenn is still alive.

This week in Episode 8, we will see that even people in the safe zone, including Rick and his company will be in huge trouble. The promo of "Start to Finish" teases that the Alexandria and its sheltered residents will find themselves in a new problem which is too big for them to defeat. On the other hand, fans will also see Glenn and Enid in action.

Meanwhile, The Spoiling Dead fans have dropped a major clue that the mid-season finale will witness a death of a major character. And they have hinted that it could be Jessie.

Official synopsis of "Start to Finish" reads: "After a few moments of peace, trouble finds its way to Alexandria again with a threat that may be too big to defeat."

"The Walking Dead" Season 6 Episode 8 titled "Start to Finish" will be aired on AMC on 29 November, 9pm.