The creators of the Walking Dead are planning to end the series with an expanded season 11. The series is going to end after the upcoming eleventh season on AMC. Also, the network is planning to order a spinoff series that will be built around the characters Carol Peletier and Daryl Dixon. This show was undoubtedly the flagship show of AMC and the eleventh season of the show was originally meant to be released this year. However, it was not aired and got delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
It will now be airing for two years and will be consisting of a total of 24 episodes and will begin in late 2021. Also, it was announced earlier that six additional episodes will be shot and will be considered as a part of Season 10 and they were scheduled to be released in early 2021. It means that thirty episodes of The Walking Dead series are still remaining to be shot and aired through late 2022, The episodes that were originally intended to be the finale of the tenth season is set to be aired on October 4. They were previously delayed in the month of April, and you know the reason behind the delay well.
The Walking Dead Spin-Off Series Details
The Daryl-Carol spinoff has not been titled yet, but it confirmed that it would be starring the fan favourites Melissa McBride and Norman Reedus to continue their roles. The duo has got appraisals for the chemistry between their characters onscreen. Also, Reedus and McBride are the only two actors who have been on board since the first season.
The details of the plot of the Walking Dead spinoff has not been revealed yet. It is confirmed that the co-creator of the show is the showrunner of the original series named, Angela Kang along with the former showrunner of the series and the chief content officer of TWD Universe, Scott Gimple. The series is scheduled to make its debut in the year 2023.
The Walking Dead is undoubtedly one of those rare creations that were successful in giving life to an entire content universe. This universe is still in the early stages of growth and is constantly entertaining the established as well as new fans of the series. Ed Carroll, the chief operating officer of AMC Networks, said that the show had created a television history and they can’t wait to bring the viewers to this expanded final season.