After 11 years, 153 chapters, 10 seasons (so far) and endless characters, ‘The Walking Dead’, the undead drama of AMC it will finally come to an end, as the eleventh season will put an end to the survival adventure that “Rick Grimes” and company began back in 2001.
‘The Walking Dead’ started by following the group of survivors to the zombie apocalypse in Atlanta led by “Rick Grimes” (Andrew Lincoln). After losing his best friend and wife, and later his son “Carl”, “Rick” also appears to have perished (but actually managed to live and will appear in several movies spinoff). Others stepped forward, like “Daryl” (Norman Reedus), “Carol” (Melissa McBride) and “Maggie” (Lauren Cohan).
Along the way, many of his friends and loved ones died, either at the hands of flesh-eating zombies or human conflict, as with the antagonist “Negan” (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).
Now, heading into the final season, ‘The Walking Dead’ it will be “Bigger than ever”said the screenwriter Angela Kang it’s a statement.
The stakes will be high: we’ll see more zombies, tons of action, intriguing new stories, never-before-seen locations, and our groups together in one community for the first time, trying to piece together what Whisperers they took away.
This is everything we know so far about season 11 of ‘The Walking Dead’.
How many seasons does the series have The Walking Dead?
At the moment ‘The Walking Dead’ It has 10 seasons and 153 chapters almost in a row. The first installment premiered in December 2010, and a season was released annually until 2019. The eleventh was the only one that broke the chronology, as it will arrive in 2022.
When does season 11 of The Walking Dead?
Season 11 of ‘The Walking Dead’ It will be divided into three parts of eight episodes each. The first batch, which includes episode 1, will premiere on August 22.
The second round is expected to premiere at the end of the year, in winter, or in early 2022. And the last batch of episodes will probably premiere in spring or summer of 2022.
The season 11 episodes are also expected to premiere on AMC Plus a few days before the cable broadcast of AMC.
Is there a trailer for season 11 of The Walking Dead?
Along with the announcement of the premiere date, AMC shared a teaser trailer from season 11 of ‘The Walking Dead’.
The video begins with the voice of “Eugene” (Josh McDermitt) answering various questions, such as “Why are you here?” Y “Have you been vaccinated against measles?”. We see flashes of ice cream, a courtroom and a subway station full of graffiti.
Fans speculate that the interrogator is “Mercer” (Michael James Shaw), a character from the comics. The trailer also shows a picture of red armor, which almost certainly belongs to “Mercer.”
What actors and actresses will come out in season 11 of The Walking Dead?
The cast of ‘The Walking Dead’ 11 will be headed by Norman Reedus like “Daryl”, Melissa McBride like “Carol”, Lauren Cohan as “Maggie” and Jeffrey Dean Morgan as “They deny.”
Other veteran cast members who will return include: Josh McDermitt like “Eugene”, Christian Serratos as “Rosita”, Seth Gilliam as “Gabriel”, Ross Marquand as “Aaron”, Khary Payton as “Ezekiel”, Cooper Andrews as “Jerry” and Paola Lazaro as “Princess”.
Joins the cast for season 11 Michael James Shaw like “Mercer”. In the comics, he is a soldier of the Commonwealth who wears red armor and develops a relationship with “Princess”.
What will be the story or synopsis of season 11 of The Walking Dead?
The eleventh season should pick up where the tenth installment left off: a head-to-head confrontation between “Maggie” and “Negan,” who returns to Alexandria after being exiled to a cabin in the woods. Is “Negan” definitely refurbished? Or will his dark and violent side resurface? And will “Maggie” finally get revenge for “Glenn’s” death?
Meanwhile, new villains called the “Reapers” are on the way. They’ve been chasing “Maggie” and her friends for a long time, and now they’re invading Alexandria.
But the big plot of season 11 will probably be the introduction of the “Commonwealth” (Commonwealth). The princess is currently being held captive by a mysterious group, but we already know that “Mercer” is joining the cast, so it has to be the “Commonwealth.” Also, this is a key part of the final arc of the comics.
The “Commonwealth” is a city-state with thousands of people, advanced weapons, and technology. His goal is to return to the situation society was in before the apocalypse, but that entails not very good things like inequality and class warfare.