Since Halloween 2010 on AMC, The Walking Dead television series has been shown. One of AMC’s longest-running shows, this one debuted the first episode of its eleventh and last season in August 2021. The majority of fans tune in on Sunday nights during AMC’s Sunday night viewing, and many subscribe to AMC+ in order to access new episodes one week in advance. However, many fans still like a good binge and wait until the new season premieres on Netflix. So when will Netflix premiere season 11?
There are two points of view on the season 11 Netflix release.
Season 11, parts 1 and 2, as well as the last eight episodes of the series, will be released on AMC this autumn.
To broadcast the complete final season on the streamer, AMC will hold off until all of season 11 has shown on AMC.
AMC used to release the previous season a month before the premiere of the current one. It is challenging to understand the planning behind a Netflix release because season 11 was split into three parts.
Netflix’s eleventh season of The Walking Dead
This author thinks that before any episodes of The Walking Dead season 11 appear on Netflix, AMC will wait and make people wait until the complete season airs on AMC. I don’t have any inside information to support it; it’s just my opinion.
This is based on the release date for Netflix and the timetable for season 10.
On October 6, 2019, the tenth season will debut.
November 24, 2019 will mark the midseason finale of Season 10.
The February 23, 2020 midseason premiere of Season 10
The season 10 finale will air on October 4, 2020.
Due to the pandemic, there was a HUGE gap in the finale episode’s air date, which resulted in additional episodes for season 10c. Season 10 of AMC didn’t debut on Netflix until July 26, 2021, or roughly a month before the start of season 11. Prior to season 10c airing on AMC, season 10 was not released on Netflix.
This makes me think they’ll hold off on releasing the complete season 11 on Netflix until all the episodes have shown on AMC this autumn before doing the same for the final season.
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