Television's biggest show just got a little bigger. AMC's The Walking Dead is giving fans more of what they love with an extended episode, due out Nov. 13.
The fourth episode, "Service," will run 85 minutes long with commercials and end at 10:25, AMC confirmed. That's almost one-and-a-half times the normal hourlong episode, and just shy of the length of your typical feature-length film.
The episode description for "Service" hints that it won't be 85 minutes of celebration, either. While this week's episode focuses on Daryl's no-fun times with Dwight back at Negan's (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) compound, "Service" will see "the remaining members of [Rick's] group try to keep it together in Alexandria" and adds "they receive a sobering visit." WHO COULD IT BE?!
It's possible that Negan may come collecting his tithes, or it could be something altogether. But from what it sounds like, it won't be good.
The Walking Dead airs Sunday nights at 9/8c on AMC.