‘The walking dead‘shows the trailer for its season 11 and advances new details. The series returns next August 23. The timeline of ‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘Fear the Walking Dead’, explained. Do you remember the six episodes of ‘The Walking Dead’ between seasons 10 and 11?
The end of ‘The walking dead‘is close, and the first trailer of its season 11 it augurs blood, violence and death. Wow, as usual! The AMC series has presented this advance during its panel at Comic-Con last Saturday, where they have told fans some of the keys to the next episodes.
The images already give us some clues of what to expectThe unstable relationships between Negan and Maggie, the exploration of new underground settings in Washington DC, the prominence of the Commonwealth and also a new group of masked enemies known as the Reapers. The series promises to say goodbye by making a lot of noise:
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At the Comic-Con panel, the creators have taken the opportunity to talk about the news that we will see this season. For example, about the Reapers the showrunner of the series has spoken, Angela kang: “They are incredibly skilled, and not the type to learn as you go … They were already skilled when the apocalypse began. Each of them is like an incredibly brutal organized warrior … These are the pinnacle of assassins humans”.
Regarding new signings, the incorporation of Laila robins (seen recently on ‘The Boys’) as Pamela milton, the Governor of the Commonwealth, who will become an important place in history. Milton runs the Commonwealth as a class system, with different standards of living based on perceived value to the community. It was also announced that Josh hamilton (‘For thirteen reasons’) will play the character of Lance Hornsby, who can be seen introducing the welcome video at the end of the trailer and serves as Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth.
Season 11 of ‘The Walking Dead’ will premiere in three eight-episode runs, starting next August 23 with the first group. The following will be released throughout 2022, ending this main line of a zombie universe that has already expanded into other series such as ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ and ‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’, as well as a film by Rick Grimes from ‘The Walking Dead’ who is already on his way.
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