As recently announced by AMC, the final 6 episodes of The Walking Dead season 10 will hit fan screens starting February 28, 2021.
Recall that the production of the final episodes of season 10 began in February because the work was interrupted in March due to the blockage generated by the coronavirus pandemic.
As fans of The Walking Dead know, the 6 additional episodes will air until April 4, 2021. Then next year will also arrive in season 11 to wrap up the story of AMC’s zombie drama.
While Season 11 was set to premiere in 2021, it will unusually hit fan screens. The eleventh season of The Walking Dead will be divided into several parts, as revealed by the showrunner of the series, Scott Gimple.
Season 11 of The Walking Dead will consist of 24 episodes, which will be divided into 3 blocks of 8 episodes each. This will be the first time that the zombie drama has been brought to fan screens in this way through AMC.
Therefore, The Walking Dead season 11 is expected to be split into 11A, 11B and 11C to be released from fall 2021, as Scott Gimple announced to Comicbook.com:
The Walking Dead showrunner also referred to the blocks of 8 episodes each as the “sweet spot” of the long-running series.