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The Walking Dead is rapidly approaching 100 episodes (time flies when you're crushing zombie skulls like watermelons), but according to its showrunner Scott Gimple, they're not planning on cancelling the apocalypse any time soon. The series has already been renewed for Season 8, but Gimple apparently has his sights set on a much loftier goal. "Episode 801, the first episode of Season 8, is gonna be the 100th episode. The first episode is less about that we reached 100 episodes, it’s more about setting up the next 100 episodes," he revealed during a panel at Los Angeles' annual PaleyFest television festival on Friday night. "The end of this season is very much the end of a chapter; it's a conclusion that promises this epic story ahead. It’s about setting up this gigantic, epic tale to come, not only in Season 8, but beyond." Read more... More about The Walking Dead Season 7, Amc, Melissa Mcbride, Lauren Cohan, and Scott Gimple