When Does the New Season of The Walking Dead Start?

When Does the New Season of The Walking Dead Start

The 12-year run of The Walking Dead series has been incredible. Although, like any series that airs for eleven seasons, it has its highs and lows, the fan base has stayed strong. As other television shows are produced in the world of The Walking Dead, it will keep expanding.

When does the upcoming season begin? It’s true that new episodes will start running on AMC on October 2 at 9 p.m. ET, but season 11’s continuation also serves as the series’ last season. The final episode of the show will premiere on November 20, 2022, marking the conclusion of this chapter in the narrative.

The series’ eleventh and final season was divided into three parts. The first episode premiered in August 2021, the second in February 2022, and the final one in October 2022. For series lovers, the idea that the conclusion is finally here seems surreal, but here we are.

The eight final episodes’ official trailer features a tonne of action and several of our survivors in perilous circumstances. Who will be able to survive? Many of them, whose fates we won’t know until the closing credits roll, we know will be the subject of spinoff shows.

The world of The Walking Dead

The eighth season of the main series’ first spinoff, Fear the Walking Dead, has started to be filmed. This series’ seventh season, which wasn’t the best of the series, saw a decline in fan enthusiasm. Kim Dickens’ (Kim Dickens) reappearance as fan favourite Madison Clark in the season finale should reignite interest.

The first of Tales of the Walking Dead’s six episodes from its debut season will premiere on August 14 on television. Because it delivers original stories with fresh people, this anthology series doesn’t require to be categorised as a spinoff.

The Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) spinoff, Isle of the Dead, will send these two characters to Manhattan for an unspecified task. The makers of The Walking Dead have said that the main series will not serve as a springboard for this and other spinoffs. As far as we know, the government destroyed the bridges and tunnels that connected Manhattan to the mainland at the start of the pandemic, cutting it isolated from the rest of the world. The few people that still reside there must do so above the tenth story and go there through ziplines due to the one million strong horde of the undead that now inhabits the area.

Along with the recently revealed Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Michonne (Danai Gurria) spinoff and the Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) spinoff, there will also be spinoffs in 2023.

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