Final Episodes Of ‘The Walking Dead’ To Hit AMC In October

by Thomas Tuna

The countdown has officially begun.

The Walking Dead–AMC’s zombie standard bearer–will start its final run Oct. 2, when the last eight episodes of its 11th and last season land, according to a report on Deadline.

And the trailer on this page affords an enticing peek into the final, bloody showdown between the survivors and the well-armed Commonwealth.

This final season–led by showrunner Angela Kang–began back in August of 2021, and it’s hoped the 24 episodes will finally bring everything full circle for the phenomenon that was developed for TV by Frank Darabont.

This last season adapts material from issues No. 175-193 of the classic comic book series from Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard, and focuses on “the group’s encounter with the Commonwealth–a network of communities with advanced equipment and more than 50,000 survivors in different settlements,” according to the logline.

These episodes also deal with the group’s confrontation with the Reapers, described as “a mysterious faction of hostile survivors that attacked and took Meridian–the former home of Maggie and her new people, the Wardens.”

In addition, these final chapters are expected to resolve the threats facing Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan), as the survivors face off against the New World Order.

Keep reading Horror News Network for the next update on the final season of The Walking Dead on AMC.


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