The Walking Dead has dropped in ratings since 2019, Angela Kang, the showrunner, has already confirmed at the New York Comin-Con on October 5, 2019 that the show will be back for the eleventh season. The eleventh year of the Zombie Apocalypse will unravel many of the survivors’ adventures and what comes next in the series.
The Walking Dead came to the fore almost a decade ago. In addition, the series became a celebrated and critically acclaimed Zombie horror drama genre over the years. Sarah Barnett revealed how The Walking Dead redefined the Zombie drama genre around the world and set a new benchmark.
Led by Angela Kang, The Walking Dead is still considered the most consistent cast member in television history even after 10 years. Audiences and critics alike applaud the series for its consistency, creativity, and story.
Season 11 concludes The Walking Dead
As difficult as it may be to say goodbye to a favorite and long-running TV series, The Walking Dead has been a vital part of people’s lives for the past decade. It is almost fitting that the creators have decided that the series should not continue with the eleventh season.
At the time of writing, there are not many stories left to tell but setting up the future world and the world beyond the zombie apocalypse. In addition, the series has always been about survival and life and is made from a team of passionate producers, writers, crew and cast.
The Series Finale will be big on The Walking Dead. Looks like creators have revealed that they will feature a number of new characters, all-new stories, a new voice and brand new mythologies. The evolution of the series is right with the creators, and they want to make fans cry for the season finale episode.
The eleventh season will premiere sometime in 2023. The showrunner revealed they are looking for brilliant writers, directors, producers, cast and crew to bring Robert Kirkman’s final chapter for years to come.
The Walking Dead Season 11: Details
The eleventh season will contain approximately 24 episodes. Previously, the first half of the series would air sometime in 2021, while the second half of the series would follow in 2022.
Due to the COVID-19, the filming of the series has been indefinitely postponed. Production will resume sometime in May, but the cast and crew will return soon. The eleventh season starts remotely because the process is seamless. The scenario regarding the roaming habits Walkers will be seriously affected.
The Walking Dead Panel at NY Comic-Con revealed that the team cannot have 300 people and zombies (extras) with heavy makeup on set. So they have to think completely out of the box to make filming a party. The real challenge of COVID-19 is to make scenes extremely emotional, scary and cool at the same time.
The Walking Dead Season 11: Cast
Prominent cast such as Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and others will return alongside select new faces.
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