The Walking Dead Season 11 Updates: All information about the start, the plot, and the cast of the series finale can be found here. With season 11 of The Walking Dead, the story of Daryl, Carol, and Co. comes to an end. The final season will be produced by US broadcaster AMC and will be broadcast in the summer of 2021 and will get 8 more episodes than usual.
The Walking Dead Season 11 Release Date:
“The Walking Dead” Season 11 starts on August 22, 2021, on US broadcaster AMC. In this country, the new episodes appear a day later on the German pay-TV broadcaster Fox. When TWD Season 11 comes to Disney + Star is so far unclear. The final season will be much longer than the previous seasons. So you can look forward to 24 episodes instead of the usual 16.
Maggie is also back with the party. She had set out in season 9 to start a new settlement with the mysterious Georgie but was in correspondence with Carol. She helped her friends in the final battle against the Whisperers. But she won’t be happy about every reunion. After all, her archenemy Negan, the murderer of her husband Glenn, is at large and part of the community. So between Negan and Maggie things will definitely get tricky again. There is even some evidence that Negan could do the same thing as Rick in the comics.
The final bonus episode of season 10 also makes it clear that the feud between Maggie and Negan is unlikely to end peacefully. When Negan refuses to live alone in a cabin outside of Alexandria, Carol announces that she did not want to take the blame for his death on herself. If he lives in Alexandria, it is certain that Maggie will take revenge on him.
The Cast of The Walking Dead Season 11
In the new episodes, Mercer, the chief of the Commonwealth of Nations, appears and an actor has already been found for the character. A Marvel villain will play the role of Mercer in “The Walking Dead” season 11! Michael James Shaw slips into the role of the military chief. Lauren Cohan (Maggie) is back on the regular cast in season 11. We will also see Melissa McBride ( Carol ) and Norman Reedus ( Daryl ) again. Josh Dermitt (Eugene) is also back. Since not many non-Whispers died in the season 10 finale, we can look forward to many reunions.
Season 11: Filming and Production Details
The shooting of TWD Season 11 seems to have already started. In the Facebook fan group “We Are The Walking Dead Fans” there are already first recordings from the set. Is it really over after TWD season 11? Fans don’t have to say goodbye to their beloved characters. AMC is planning two spin-offs for the series: The story continues with a Carol and Daryl spin-off. The 2nd spin-off, ” Tales of the Walking Dead ” will take the form of an anthology series. A 12th season of “The Walking Dead” is excluded. In addition, the rumor mill is simmering that there could still be a Negan spin-off. How likely is a series about the charming ex-Savior leader, you can read with us?
Season 11 Trailer:
This is what the new episodes look like There is not yet a long trailer for the 11th season of “The Walking Dead”, only a first teaser trailer has been released. In it we hear an interrogation with a Commonwealth soldier. Most ominously, however, is the announcement that Eugene will have to endure reprocessing proceedings if he is found to be a threat. What this reprocessing involves is left open.
The Walking Dead Season 11: Plot
After the great fight against the Whisperers, the communities around Alexandria, Hilltop, and Co. can only take a deep breath. Indeed, the Commonwealth is being introduced and bringing new problems with it. Eugene, Yumiko, Ezekiel, and Princess can contact the new settlement via Stephanie and already meet the soldiers of the Commonwealth in the finale of season 10.
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