The Walking Dead Season 11 Teaser ‘A New World Order’ Reveals Its Premiere Day

The Walking Dead has become one of the most beloved cult phenomena since the first day it released. The long-running drama might have shown several shakeups and departures but it also remained constant and survived from all as well. And finally, The Walking Dead Season 11 premiere revealed this morning with a brief clip they have released this morning.

During its many years on airing, the series has also inspired spinoffs such as Fear the Walking Dead and The Walking Dead: World Beyond, and other sequels are also being developed, which will be focusing on the characters of Carol and Dary along with the movies centered around Rick Grimes. It’s pretty obvious that The Walking Dead will continue to live with us somehow, even if the original show ends. And there is not much left actually till the season 11 premieres.

The season 10 final episode was delayed because of the pandemic last year so the production couldn’t complete the show in time. It was normally expected to be concluded a year ago but it aired as a standalone episode in October instead. So, The Walking Dead has expanded season 10. It has also currently started airing six “bonus” episodes this week.

When will The Walking Dead Season 11 premiere?

It was still unclear until today when The Walking Dead Season 11 would premiere although it has already started filming in earlier February. They normally had given the year 2021 only for the upcoming season. Considering season 10 is expected to end in April, the revealed premiere date looks much sooner than many fans and viewers expected.

During The Walking Dead‘s first bonus episode, “Home Sweet Home”, AMC released a promo video and revealed the season 11 premiere date along with it, which points out this summer. Summer might sound like a big period. But it also can mean season 11 will return as soon as June. If that happens, it would be a great gesture for the fans who had waited so long for season 10 after it was delayed. On the other hand, The Walking Dead season 11 beginning also means the end of the series gives a really bitter feeling for the fans as well. But gladly, it won’t be leaving us completely. So this makes the final season a little bit easier, though.

Ultimately, also the brief clip is not intriguing just for revealing the premiere date but also teases  “A New World Order” for The Walking Dead season 11. It’s actually natural to expect even more for the last season. Especially if we consider all the adventures and challenges the characters and the viewers along with them have been through together. So we hope that The Walking Dead Season 11 will provide its fans a satisfying final for the sake of all those past years. Thereby we will also excite much more for the projects that are still ahead of us.

Here is The Walking Dead season 11 announcement with the new teaser of “A New World Order” down below. You might also want to take a look at our article about How to watch ‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ spin-off series from here to linger while waiting if you are interested.

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