Credit: Gene Page/AMC Photo: Maggie Greene Gets in a Walker’s Face in The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 5: “Internment”

We still have a few days to go before the second half of The Walking Dead Season 4 debuts on AMC (that’s going down on February 9 at 9 p.m. ET, in case you weren’t aware) but, like all good things, we know that Season 4 must come to an end. Eventually.

So, when will the Season 4 finale of TWD air? Though nothing has been specifically confirmed by AMC just yet, it seems like March 30 is the day when the fourth season will conclude, seeing as how it’s exactly seven weeks from this Sunday, February 9 — the night the first of the final eight episodes will air.

Below is the tentative schedule for the remainder of Season 4, along with yet-to-be-confirmed episode titles and synopses.

Episode 9 — After (airs Sunday, February 9)

"Rick deals with old wounds; prison residents consider if survival will be enough."

Episode 10 — Inmates (February 16)

“In the quest for stability and safety, the group faces many obstacles.”

Episode 11 — Claimed (February 23)

"A number of immediate threats plague Rick; group members deal with their past."

Episode 12 — Still (March 2)

"An enlightening mission springs from a request from one of the group members."

Episode 13 — Alone (March 9)

"One group finds a shelter; a group has a realization about protection."

Episode 14 — The Grove (March 16)

"After establishing a new shelter, the group considers things returning to they way they used to be."

Episode 15 — Us (March 23)

"Survivors rely on brutality and faith."

Episode 16 — A (March 30)

"Many paths collide; Rick faces sheer brutality; the group struggles to survive."

Additional details about the rest of the rest of the season are still sparse at this point, but we do have some (vague) information about what will go down in the Season 4 finale.

The Walking Dead Season 4 airs Sunday nights on AMC at 9 p.m. ET.