After 11 seasons, ‘The Walking Dead’ will finally rest in peace soon.


The Walking Dead Season 11 received a mid-August release date from AMC. The release date was revealed in a new teaser for the final season, which aired on the Sunday night after the end of season 10 of The Walking Dead. The highlight of the teaser is the close-up of a very familiar red armor to readers of the comic. The Walking Dead, from which the series is inspired. It belongs to fan favorite Mercer, the commanding officer of the Commonwealth soldiers tasked with maintaining order in the largest network of communities in the post-apocalyptic world.

The Commonwealth was already introduced in season 10, and Mercer’s name was even mentioned in episode 20. Given this, organization and character should be central to the final season of. The Walking Dead. Mercer will be played by Michael James Shaw, who was recently Corvus Glaive in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers Endgame.


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AMC announced The Walking Dead would end season 11 last year, a decision that surprised fans and the team alike. For twelve years, The Walking Dead has been a major force on television, calling for an end to it earlier than expected without consulting the showrunner. Angela kang a strange move for AMC. Especially when we consider the current expansion of the franchise, with the upcoming series focusing on Carol (Melissa McBride) and Daryl (Norman Reedus), the anthology series Tales from The Walking Dead, and planned movies following former series lead Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln).

Fortunately, the last season of The Walking Dead you’ll get eight more episodes in addition to the usual 16, bringing you to a total of 24 episodes. This is the second significant expansion for the show, which also garnered an additional six episodes in Season 10. As with Season 10, Season 11 will air group episodes in different release windows. The first part of the season, with eight episodes, promises to bring back the action-packed scenes and build a bigger world for fans of The Walking Dead so enjoy, after the last six additional episodes of season 10 focused on smaller character-driven stories.

The first part of season 11 of The Walking Dead It will premiere on August 22. You can check out the teaser for the latest season below.

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