American Television Series The Walking Dead which already has its 11 seasons released and feels like an eternity now, released its 16th episode. The episode named “Act of God” has delivered way too much information regarding the series and almost provides you with a mid-season finale. The biblical proportions are also something that will be part of the episode.
The episode aired on Sunday on AMC and will also be on Netflix. The series already has 11 episodes released now and has a very good ranking of 8 on IMDB. It also possesses a hooping 80% on rotten tomatoes. The series which is based on a zombie apocalypse provides how Maggie prepares to fight Hornsby on behalf of Hilltop and the residents of Riverbend in its newly released episode.
The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 16 Spoilers
From a short image of a snake to a locust frenzy that Negan assures must be “a sign from the guy upstairs,” The Walking Dead’s mid-season finale delivers a hearty dose of Biblical iconography. Maggie is the focus of Season 11, Episode 16, “Acts of God,” which follows her as she deals with the fallout from getting on Lance Hornsby’s bad side.
Maggie flees Hilltop with Hershel and Elijah, rightly assuming Lance is after her head, and Lydia guides them to one of the Whisperer’s ancient underground hideouts. Negan, his pregnant wife Annie, and the rest of the Riverbend survivors have been hiding out here as well. Maggie’s main purpose, however, is to leave Hershel there; she has no intention of staying.
She prefers to confront Lance head-on. Maggie quickly declines Negan’s invitation to accompany her, preferring that he stay behind to defend Hershel. While Negan eventually agrees, he isn’t enthusiastic about the plan, adding, “He doesn’t exactly trust me, you know?” Maggie, on the other hand, responds, “But I’m starting to,” in one of The Walking Dead’s most shocking scenes.
She reminds him that she remembers his heroism in rescuing Hershel from Carlson and his Commonwealth thugs. Maggie’s sentiment exemplifies significant character development and marks the first step toward forgiving Negan for Glenn’s death. Oh, and The Walking Dead, of course, needs to set up its planned Maggie/Negan spinoff, which no one asked for but is getting regardless.
Now Lance, a little out of it, declares, “Now we take it all.” Let’s go slow! And Mags, Daryl, and crew trudge through the tall grass while the River Benders emerge from underground. It appears Negan’s new crew will be the only settlement not controlled by the Commonwealth in the next third act. Stormtroopers guard the walls of Hilltop and A-town. Lance’s “with us or against us” mindset reaches a tragic apex with the Oceanside.
As the screen goes black, he smacks his “lucky” coin. Will the Oceansiders survive, or will a God-complex megalomaniac decide? With only eight episodes left, I wanted a cliffhanger that shook the world. Just like Lance Hornsby, Marco and Leah bite it, right? Less than a week to go until the end of the show.