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The Walking Dead Season 11: Release Date & Much More

The Walking Dead Season 11

The Walking Dead Season 11 Update: The series about the walking dead based on the Robert Kirkman comics will come to an end in season 11. Chapter 10×22 Here’s Negan ( Here’s Negan ) closed overhand season 10 The Walking Dead, whose six finales showed once again many successes and as many defeats. However, Negan’s (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) past with Lucille (Hilarie Burton) – actors who are married in real life – caught viewers, eager for new adventures of AMC’s undead.

The Walking Dead Season 11: Update

Fox has not been slow to pronounce on the return of season 11, which had already been previously confirmed as the last. A return that will arrive on August 23 to Spain (August 22 in the US) and which is led by the Commonwealth or Commonwealth. A logical conclusion after the first advance that the television network allowed to see, as well as the latest Robert Kirkman comics on which the series is based.

The Walking Dead Season 10

The last episodes of the series that started in 2010 will have to answer numerous questions, and that is that many characters have disappeared and other comic book plots cannot be viable due to some unexpected deaths. Will we see what has become of Rick ( Andrew Lincoln ) once?

On the other hand, many fans ask that characters as beloved as Glenn (Steven Yeun) or Andrea (Laurie Holden) can be present at the end of a fiction to which they gave so much. We cross our fingers so that it is not in the form of ghostly entities.

Cast Update

People who will be returning are Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride), Ezekiel (Khary Payton), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), Rosita Espinosa (Christian Serratos), Father Gabriel Stokes (Seth Gilliam), Magna (Nadia Hilker), Lydia (Cassady McClincy), and Yumiko (Eleanor Matsuura), among others.

We also know that Connie is still alive, so Lauren Ridloff will be back, and there’s also Maggie, played by Lauren Cohan.

Cohan described the news of her return as “completely surreal” during at New York Comic Con

“It feels just like home. It feels so emotional. It feels real, really emotional. I feel like this is a very special Comic-Con and a very special family and I’m really happy to be here.”

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