The Walking Dead Is Back In Production With New Episodes Dropping In February
Zombie obsessives, take note - The Walking Dead is back in production.
Now, Daryl Dixon and co are back in action - and judging from the behind-the-scenes tapes posted on Twitter, it looks set to be an intense return.
The short trailer shows more bleak hellscapes, tense situations and tears as our few remaining survivors navigate the zombie-ravaged world.
Fans quickly picked up on the appearance of the green-haired Lucille, the late wife of Negan who has only appeared in the series before in flashback. In a sweet turn of events, Lucille is played by Hilarie Burton, the real-life wife of actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan.
Season 10 drew to an abrupt close when Lydia (Cassady McClincy) and Carol (Melissa McBride) lead a zombie horde off a cliff, while Eugene (Josh McDermitt) and his group are captured by armed soldiers.
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While this was intended to be the season finale, an additional six episodes were added on to extend the tenth season.
It has since been announced that the upcoming eleventh season of The Walking Dead will be the show's last, almost 11 years after the show first appeared on our screens.
The earlier seasons focused on Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) as he battled through the zombie-riddled world he now found himself in. Rick bowed out the series in season nine, leaving Daryl (Norman Reedus) as the new lead.
But while the hugely popular cultural phenomenon is drawing to a close, the final series of The Walking Dead will not be rushed.
Season 11 will air over two years and is expected to feature 30 episodes.
Meanwhile, AMC has already given the green light to a new spin off, starring Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride which is expected to debut in 2023.
Looks like there's still plenty of zombie terror for us to watch (from behind the sofa, of course).
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