EXCLUSIVE: 'Walking Dead' Star Lauren Cohan Says Season 6 Finale Will Be 'Biggest Episode of TV' Ever!

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The Walking Dead is not holding back!

And after Sunday night's latest eye-popping twist, it's clear that the smash AMC drama is pulling out all the stops for the last two episodes of the season.

In fact, star Lauren Cohan -- aka our favorite pregnant badass Maggie Greene -- shared exclusively with ET that the season six finale won't just be the biggest in the show's history -- it'll be the biggest season finale in TV history!

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"It's the biggest finale I've ever seen in television," the 34-year-old actress dished to ET's Jen Peros on the premiere red carpet for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. "In any episode of TV, maybe barring the last episode of the Sopranos, but that's a different kind of fish."

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With Jeffrey Dean Morgan's debut as the ultimate TWD villain, Negan, looming over our heads, Cohan teases that all bets are off in the last few minutes.

"It's the cliff-hangerist episode," she teased.

Comic book fans already know that Negan is responsible for the deaths of many of our favorite characters -- including Cohan's on-screen husband Steven Yeun's Glenn. Unfortunately, it sounds like the show's version of Negan is going to be even more gruesome and deadly.

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"Someone is going to be facing Lucille," Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd recently revealed to ETonline. "If you don't know what Lucille is, it's what he names his [barbed wire-covered] bat. So yes, at some point, someone is going to be facing Lucille.

"Negan is probably the most dynamic, complex and charismatic villain, but at the same time, he is human," Hurd continued. "He feels sorry that you've encountered him and he genuinely does feel like, 'It's really your worst day that you ran into me.' And he actually really believes it!"

The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on AMC.