The Walking Dead Season 11 Trailer Teases Violent Commonwealth Conflict

A new trailer for the highly anticipated Season 11b of The Walking Dead promises an intense and violent fight with The Commonwealth.

AMC releases a new teaser for the highly anticipated part 2 of The Walking Dead season 11. The post-apocalyptic horror show has confirmed that its eleventh season will be its last in September 2020. AMC has announced that this final season will consist of 24 episodes in total divided into three eight-episode sections (titled “The Final Season Trilogy”), with the show finally ending in 2022. The COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing quarantine mandates were delayed The Walking Dead the initial premiere date of season 11 from October 2020 to August 2021, and the last episode of part 1, “For Blood”, aired on October 21, 2021. Since then, fans have been patiently waiting for a glimpse of what awaits their beloved characters in the upcoming second episode of the season.

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The show began airing in 2010, with the series pilot premiering on AMC on October 31, 2010. Based on the comic book series of the same name, The Walking Dead became a critical and commercial success. The show’s ratings rose steadily and then exponentially over the first six seasons, and its fifth-season premiere even made history as the most-watched series episode ever. cable history with a viewership of 14.7 million. After The Walking Dead season 7, ratings plummeted, as did reviews—despite this decline, however, the tenacity of dedicated fans helped the series sustain itself for several more seasons.


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CMA filed a new Walking Dead trailer for season 11, complete with the subtitle “No Turning Back”. The 36-second video features quick and exciting glimpses of series veterans and fan favorites Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan), as well as newer characters Rosita (Christian Serratos) and Eugene (Josh McDermitt). The first episode of this second episode (making it officially the ninth episode of Season 11) titled “No Other Way” will air on February 20, but AMC+ subscribers can stream the episode a week earlier this Sunday the 13th. February. Check out the new trailer below:


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The Walking Dead Season 11b will, of course, continue the characters’ terrifying and often ill-fated struggle against the threat of the infamous “walkers.” More commonly known in popular culture as zombies, walkers are an antagonistic force to walking corpses, and their voracious hunger leaves the series’ remaining human characters in constant danger. conflict in The Walking Dead doesn’t stop at dealing with walkers, and the new teaser hints at a lot of animosity between the human characters themselves. Walking Dead Season 11 so far has largely dealt with “The Commonwealth,” a civilization of over 50,000 survivors with advanced technology to aid them in their fight against the walkers, and the trailer promises a bloody conflict between its members in the next episodes.


The Walking Dead has gone from its comic book roots to full cultural heritage. Its huge success confirms the continued popularity of the zombie apocalypse genre, which first shocked and captivated people in 1930 with the film white zombie then perhaps the most famous in 1968 with Night of the Living Dead. While The Walking Dead brought newness to the genre, it has also been true to its cinematic origins. For example, the show’s makeup effects supervisor and executive producer, Greg Nicotero, actually trained alongside George A. Romero, who created the night of the living dead film series. Leaving behind an abundance of inspired spin-offs, video games, web series and comics, fans can rest assured that the end of The Walking Dead doesn’t mean the end of the franchise, and it certainly doesn’t mean the end of the zombie genre and all of its ghastly, gruesome, addictive glory.


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