The Walking Dead’s closing season will get first trailer at Comic-Con 2021

The Walking Dead’s final season gets first trailer at Comic-Con 2021

The Walking Dead is heading into its 11th and closing season later this yr, and followers received a sneak peak of what’s subsequent on the TV collection’ San Diego Comic-Con panel. During the panel, AMC launched the ultimate season’s first trailer which supplies the present’s finest look but on the Commonwealth. AMC hasn’t launched the trailer by itself on YouTube but, nevertheless it begins at 2:00 within the panel stream.

As ordinary, the brand new season’s trailer is fairly disjointed and options extra precise teasers and misdirection than actual data. We see loads of walker killing, some massive fights, and somebody getting bit, however many of the context is fairly obscured.

We do, nonetheless, get just a few clear indications of what’s to return, together with the survivors going through off towards the Reapers, and some glimpses of guards sporting armored fits. In the end-of-trailer tease we discovered that these armored troops are literally the safety pressure within the Commonwealth, the place the group will find yourself sooner or later this season.

While we’ve gotten little hints of the Commonwealth from Stephanie in season 9 and 10, this new trailer is our first actual take a look at the settlement and the primary time the identify has been revealed. It appears the Commonwealth is a thriving and attainable large settlement of survivors — which was its position within the comics. While the trailer doesn’t give away too many particulars from the plot, it does appear that the Commonwealth will play a key position all through season 11.

The Walking Dead season 11 is about to premiere on AMC on Aug. 22 and may have 24 episodes break up between three eight-episode blocks. The closing block of episodes, and the collection finale, will air someday in 2022. Season 11 will even premiere one week early on Aug. 15 for anybody watching on AMC Plus.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.