Season 11 of The Walking Dead premiered in the United States on AMC on August 22, 2021, before premiering in the United Kingdom the following day on Star on Disney Plus. Week after week, new scenes will appear on the realtime feature rather than FOX UK, where the show was first shown. Season 11’s guard harvest of locations began production in February 2021, with director Kevin Diebolt stating, “We strongly trust it justifies the stand by.” The season will be epic in length, with 24 scenes broken into two groups to close out the plot; the second will most likely be held until 2022. Meanwhile, fans have seen some new season 10 sequences, televised in the United Kingdom from early March until Easter Monday.
The Walking Dead season 11 cast
Norman Reedus as Daryl, Christian Serratos as Rosita, Josh McDermitt as
Eugene, Seth Gilliam as Father Gabriel, Melissa McBride as Carol, Ross
Marquand as Aaron, Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan, and Khary Payton as Ezekiel are all expected to return for The Walking Dead’s last season. After all, is said and done, Lauren Cohan’s return as Maggie Rhee in the season 10 finale, two years after leaving the show, will have a significant impact.
Furthermore, there has been some speculation that Andrew Lincoln could reprise his role as Rick Grimes, with Reedus claiming that he has sought to persuade his former co-star to return for the final season. Fans have speculated that Lennie James, who played Morgan in the show’s very first scene, would also return as the character. “There are a few of people that I’ll be shocked if they don’t show in some shape or form,” James told
RadioTimes.com. “In any case, right now, everything is available to everyone.”
Meanwhile, Michael James Shaw has been confirmed to play Mercer in Season 11, a character introduced at the end of the comic book series, which quickly became a fan favourite. Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s child will also appear in Season 11’s fifth scene – like a zombie, no less. Morgan revealed on The Late Show with James Corden: “In scene five, Gus Morgan, my 11-year-old son, will be the included walker. He’s been studying for his COVID test to be on set and such. It’s strange how siphoned he is.”
Season 11 Premiere of ‘The Walking Dead,’ there were a few subtleties that you could have missed.
The majority of the names on that divider belonged to members of the “TWD” organization.
The team submitted images for the divider at the Commonwealth, according to a scene from Sunday’s “TWD” after show, “Talking Dead.”
For the last season, two new names were added to the show’s opening credits.
As the characteristic music plays at the beginning of the scene, Cooper
Andrews and Callan McAuliffe’s names appear just before Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s. In theory, this means Jerry (Andrews) and Alden (McAuliffe) will spend a significant amount of time together this season.
Heath’s name is with Commonwealth’s partition names, and we’re debating what it means.
More than time on the board, the name “Heath” is visible. Heath has been missing from the program since his disappearance in season seven, as you may recall. He was swapped to the CRM by Anne, according to showrunner Angela Kang. Heath isn’t a common name, so we should think of it as an Easter egg, if not an intentional piece of information indicating that we’ll see more of him in the future.
At the start of the sequence, the large crowd of sleeping zombies is a nod to a few of the walkers from Robert Kirkman’s comic.
For anyone paying attention to the dozing zombies on the “TWD” premiere, showrunner Angela Kang pointed out that they were a reference to a specific type of walker from the comic book on “Talking Dead.”
“Those that read hilarious books know that there are two key variations that run through the entire series, and those are Roamers and Lurkers,” Kang explained. The new graffiti at Alexandria is a testimonial to the comics.
The spray-painting “Quietness the Whisperers” from last season has been changed. “Murmurs become Screams” is currently being read. When the Whisperers stripped Alexandria in the season 10 finale of “Talking Dead,” it’s clear that they changed the spray paint. “Murmurs Into Screams” is a reference to the “TWD” comic’s Volume 23 title. As seen previously, the second may be found 11 minutes and 20 seconds into the premiere, right before Daryl walks into the case.
Daryl claims that Negan is unconcerned about Gage, the youngster he saved money for the premiere, but Daryl is most likely mistaken.
At a critical moment, Negan protects Gage from a walker. Following that, as Negan criticizes Maggie for leading them aimlessly down a potentially dangerous corridor, Daryl argues that Negan “doesn’t give a sh- – about that child.”
Since he cruelly killed Glenn before Maggie, Negan mentions Glenn’s name to her.
When Maggie accuses him of killing him, Negan responds with a speech that ends with a fantastic line. “I’m not going to let you drag me through the muck, foulness, and slime to put me down like a dog,” Negan declared before startling Glenn. Glenn was undoubtedly killed by Negan in the season seven premiere when he ruthlessly took a homerun stick to the head. The scene is straight from the comic book. Fans may have been surprised by Negan’s mention of Glenn because it never appeared as if he could ever propose how he killed her significant other to her face following a jail session the two shared in season nine.