AMC Drops Extended Clips From The Walking Dead Season 11

The Walking Dead Season 11

The survivors of The Walking Dead’s zombie apocalypse have endured a long and traumatic journey. Carol, Daryl, and the rest of the characters we’ve grown to know and love over the last 10 seasons are finally coming to an end after over 150 episodes packed of twists, turns, zombies, and plenty of gore.

While AMC has been teasing Season 11 over the past few weeks, recent teasers have focused primarily on the Commonwealth, the show’s new band. There is one scene where Daryl and Dog find a deceased money courier still chained to a briefcase full of cash, and it seems like they are in a terrible scenario.

Graffiti-covered walls suggest it may have been a former refuge for survivors. “The Walking Dead” description depicted Daryl, Maggie, and other Alexandrian survivors as being forced to take refuge in a tunnel after being ambushed by walkers.

Other teases, though, give a better idea of what’s to come. There are plenty of flashbacks to Rick Grimes’ (Andrew Lincoln) tenure on the show in the new teaser, which has led to speculation that he may have a part in the film.

An armoured group of over 50,000 individuals, The Commonwealth, is also shown here, and Yumiko (Eleanor Matsuura) may be seen wearing it.

AMC set to release a bunch of Walking Dead spinoffs

The Walking Dead franchise will continue even when the original show ends next year, becoming a multi-platform universe. New seasons are planned for Fear the Walking Dead and The Walking Dead: World Beyond.

The Walking Dead: Origins chronicles the story of the zombie apocalypse from four distinct points of view. Each of the four episodes serves as a kind of creative recap show, complete with actor interviews, narration, and sentimental flashbacks.

Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride will reprise their roles as Daryl and Carol in the forthcoming spin-off. Daryl’s suggestion that the two go away together may have hinted at how they’ll arrive to the point where they’re on their own. In addition, it’s not clear if the show will take place after Season 11 or if it would run concurrently.

Meanwhile, Tales Of The Walking Dead will be the franchise’s first foray into the anthology format, telling one-off stories from the zombie apocalypse. There will be no restrictions placed on where episodes will occur in the often confusing Walking Dead timeline, meaning viewers might get taken back to favorite periods and locations in the show’s history or even see one-off returns for characters like Glen, Michonne or Shane.

In March, Dead In The Water was added to the lineup. Fear the Walking Dead watchers will already be aware of the ship’s destiny, which will be revealed in the digital exclusive.

The eleventh and final season of The Walking Dead will consist of 24 episodes divided over three different blocks, beginning with Acheron: Part I. The series will adapt issues 175 through 193 of the comic book. One week after AMC+, AMC will show the first episode.

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