AMC already promotes “the beginning of the end” with this first trailer of the eleventh and final season of ‘The Walking Dead’, series that wanted to launch a preview during its panel at Comic-Con at Home. The trailer, which comes loaded with zombie action, highlights the favorite characters of this supernatural hit fiction: Daryl, Carol, Maggie, Gabriel, Ezekiel and Negan, and on the return of the Reapers.
It is at the moment in which these villains appear when we begin to get an idea of the attack with which the final season will start, confrontation in which one of the masked marauders stands out, because it could be a character that we have already seen in ‘The Walking Dead’. And it is that the trailer shows a hooded figure with a red and white mask that watches Daryl (Norman Reedus) from the forest. Along with this mysterious reaper is Daryl’s dog, which belonged to his old love Leah. (Lynn Collins), before she disappeared without a trace in the 10th season episode ‘Find Me’.
Could it be that Dog has reunited with his owner? Showrunner Angela Kang did not comment on this during the aforementioned panel, but has revealed new details about this “incredibly brutal” and “close-knit” group of killers: “They are incredibly skilled. And not skilled as if they had to learn by the way. They had those abilities when the apocalypse started, so each of them is like an incredibly brutal organized warrior.. They are the pinnacle of human assassins, simply a formidable type of enemy to face. “
In three parts
The eleventh and final season of ‘The Walking Dead’ premieres on AMC on August 22, (so we assume that it can be seen on FOX Spain on 23, a day later as usual), but it does so only in the hands of a first batch of episodes. Eight chapters will be released from the aforementioned date and then we will have to wait until next year to enjoy the second and third part of this farewell.
Season 11 of AMC’s flagship series was originally intended to air in 2020, but has been delayed due to the pandemic. Instead, aired six additional episodes considered part of season 10. Also during the panel, Kang wanted to allude to this eventuality by ensuring that “Obviously, the pandemic changed a lot” the way this fiction is produced. “With Season 11, we’re going to go out big. We’re back to our massive, expansive extravagances with lots of great interactions between the characters we love. We also strive to create new stories and new characters. I’m very excited to share it with the fans. “