Here is everything we know (so far) about The Walking Dead season 11, including the premiere date
The COVID-19 pandemic has sent us all into the unknown when it comes to, well, pretty much everything! This includes our entertainment. What do we know about The Walking Dead season 11 so far?
Unfortunately, the answer to that question is, not much! Ironically, the show about a wild virus was heavily impacted by this real-life virus. So much, in fact, that The Walking Dead season 10 wasn’t even aired properly.
For the safety of the cast and crew, everything shut down. There is still the season 10 finale to see, which will premiere on Sunday, Oct. 4. Things ended in a cliffhanger, so we can’t wait to watch the epic conclusion for the drama’s 10th season, which has teased to see “not everyone” making it out alive.
When does The Walking Dead season 11 premiere?
COVID-19 may have forced everyone to hit pause, but the show goes on! Because the season 10 finale will premiere Oct. 4, 2020, this means production for season 11 won’t start until around that time. Where does this leave season 11? Our best bet is a debut in late 2021, perhaps September or October.
The Walking Dead season 11 cast
Since we’re not sure who will survive the season 10 finale, we can only guarantee that Lauren Cohan will return. Fans who have missed Cohan’s Maggie will be happy to learn that she is playing a larger role in the series come season 11. We’ll be sure to keep you posted on more casting news!
The Walking Dead season 11 trailer, synopsis and more
Until production begins (or the cast or crew are willing to give us teasers), we don’t have the above available. No worries, as soon as we learn more, we’ll update this page, so keep us handy!
More Dead news and reminders:
- Fear the Walking Dead season 6 premieres Oct. 11, 2020
- The Walking Dead season 10 finale airs Oct. 4, 2020
- The Walking Dead: World Beyond debuts Oct. 4, 2020 (they’re working on season 2 now!)