The final countdown for The Walking Dead continues.
The 11th and last season of the fan-favorite AMC zombie series is wrapping up the second of three blocks of episodes early next month, and the synopsis for the finale of Season 11B was dropped this week, according to a report on comicbook.com.
The final season’s Part 2 finale–simply entitled God–airs April 3 on AMC+ and April 10 on AMC, followed by one last stretch of eight episodes that will debut later this year.
In the last mid-season finale for The Walking Dead, the familiar heroes are “trapped in situations beyond their control,” according to the logline. “Everyone they have worked so hard to protect is at risk, as danger baits them at every turn. All is at stake, and they must decide who and what are worth saving.”
Scott M. Gimple, chief content officer of TWD universe, said this final season is “a show about the living, made by a passionate cast and crew. This will be a grand finale that will lead to new premieres. Evolution is upon us. The Walking Dead lives.”
A key reason the show will live on are the two spinoff series already greenlit by AMC–the untitled Daryl/Carol series (starring Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride) and Isle of the Dead (set in a post-apocalyptic Manhattan and starring Lauren Cohan as Maggie and Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan). Both series are expected to debut sometime next year.
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