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As we know, it’s the end of the world, and I feel… want to cry? More than a decade on from the series’ premiere, “The Walking Dead” is finally coming to an end, and the show is coming out with a bang. And by “bang,” I mean “walkers can open doors and climb walls.” We were anticipating big news from AMC Hall H, but we certainly didn’t expect to be so emotional. Endings are difficult no matter what the circumstances, and many might joke that having “give up on the show years ago”, for those who have stood firm from the start, a breakup is certainly bittersweet. confused. Here’s everything you need to know about The Walking Dead season 11 season 3 and more.
The Walking Dead season 3 release date and where you can watch it
“The Walking Dead” Season 11 includes a total of 24 episodes, selected by AMC to release over the course of nearly a year. Season 1 aired from August 22 to October 10, 2021, and Season 2 from February 20 to April 10, 2022. Now, the final eight episodes of the final season will begin on February 2. October 2022 on AMC. If you’re an AMC+ subscriber, you’ll also get access to the first TWO episodes from Season 3 on the same day.
What to expect from The Walking Dead season 11 season 3
The trailer at San Diego Comic-Con certainly got everyone emotional, with the first video dedicated to 12 years of “The Walking Dead” leading up to this point. “This won’t be easy,” Carol said. “Until when?” Daryl asked back.
The season 11 mid-season finale ended with a mighty spoiler after the advanced society known as the Commonwealth took over Alexandria, Hilltop, and Oceanside, a possibility that Governor Milton of the community was unaware of. know or accept. It sucks that undead walkers are a constant threat, but “The Walking Dead” has always showcased how humanity can turn monstrous. See the official summary from AMC below.
“In the upcoming final episodes of ‘The Walking Dead,’ threats lurk around every corner, life and death, as each group continues to entangle in uncontrollable situations. Pressure is lurking. are aiming for a day that counts for all. Will the sum of their individual journeys accumulate into one or divide them up forever?”
Cast of The Walking Dead season 11 season 3
Our longtime favorites return once again with Norman Reedus as Daryl, Melissa McBride as Carol, Khary Payton as Ezekiel, Lauren Cohan as Maggie Greene and Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan. Together, they face off against Commonwealth Governor Pamela Milton (Laila Robins) and Deputy Governor Lance Hornsby (Josh Hamilton). Believe me, I also think that the great dad from “Grade 8” is a jerk.
The Walking Dead crew season 11 season 3 and more
As is the case with all seasons of “The Walking Dead,” many writers and directors have been hired to bring the show to life. The series was developed for television by Frank Darabont, and is based on the comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard. The show’s executive producers are Kirkman, David Alpert, Scott M. Gimple, Angela Kang, Greg Nicotero, Joseph Incaprera, Denise Huth, and Gale Anne Hurd, with Kang also hosting the third and final seasons. her same. In a poetic closing moment, the final installment of the “The Walking Dead” series is being directed by Greg Nicotero.
Now, before anyone gets too upset, know that this is hardly the end of “The Walking Dead”. AMC is set to premiere an anthology spin-off series “Tales of the Walking Dead” on August 14, 2022, and an “Isle of the Dead” series focusing on the characters Maggie Greene and Negan around 2023. There’s still an unnamed spinoff starring Reedus as Daryl Dixon, which was originally supposed to be a “Daryl and Carol” series before McBride exited earlier this spring. Additionally, the films slated to focus on Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes and Danai Gurira’s Michonne will be a six-part limited series.
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