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Did 'The Walking Dead' Reveal Its End Date?

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The end date of **The Walking Dead** might have been revealed.

Permits requested a few more years of production in Senoia, Georgia.

AMC requested a permit to build a 55-foot windmill that would stand for three years.

"Stalwart Films, the production company for The Walking Dead, has a permit for the closure of Morgan Street and the corrugated metal wall around the Alexandria site, which expires at the end of 2019..

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