It’s official: The Walking Dead Season 11 will not premiere this October due to production shutdowns caused by COVID-19. During the series’ Comic-Con@Home panel, showrunner Angela Kang announced the news, which marks the first time a new season will not premiere in October since the show began in 2010.
However, there is some good news: the much-anticipated finale to Season 10 will air on October 4 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC. Ever since the finale was delayed in April due to the pandemic, Walking Dead fans have been anxiously waiting to find out what happens after a massive cliffhanger.
Six additional episodes will be shot for Season 10 and will air in early 2021, making Season 10 the longest season in Walking Dead history.
If you are still hungry for more episodes from the franchise, Fear of the Walking Dead announced that Season 6 will debut on Oct. 11 at 9 p.m. ET. The Walking Dead: World Beyond will also premiere in October, immediately after the Season 10 finale of The Walking Dead.
Are you excited to finally find out what happens at the end of Season 10? Are you disappointed by the Season 11 delay? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!