The Walking Dead Final Season Wraps Production


It’s been revealed that the cast and crew have officially wrapped on the very final season of AMC’s The Walking Dead after 11 seasons!

This news was announced on The Walking Dead’s official Twitter account (via PunkBeast).

Here’s what they had to say about wrapping on the final season of the iconic zombie series:

Today is the big day! Filming for #TheWalkingDead is coming to an end. It’s been an incredible 12 years and we hope all the amazing cast and crew have a fantastic wrap day. #TWDFamily forever!

When will The Walking Dead’s final season be released?


Credit: AMC

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The Walking Dead, as I mentioned above, has been going for eleven seasons, which is literally unheard of.

I can’t think of many shows that have carried on for so long, and I know there will be many people out there who will say that The Walking Dead should have ended a long time ago.

However, the AMC series has a huge following and some of its best moments have come in the show’s final seasons.

The Walking Dead has been going for 12 years, which is bonkers!

So many Walking Dead spinoff shows coming!

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There have been a bunch of spinoffs shows that have come out of the main Walking Dead show.

There have been the likes of Fear The Walking Dead, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, and there are some others that are reportedly in the works.

There’s also Tales Of The Walking Dead which is in the works and will star the likes of Terry Crews, Olivia Munn, Anthony Edwards, Parker Posey, and Poppy Liu.

There’s an untitled Carol and Daryl spinoff series, which will star Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride.

Then it was confirmed that there’s another Walking Dead spinoff show called Isle of the Dead which will star Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Maggie and Neegan respectively.

Finally, we’ve heard that there could be a Rick Grimes and Michonne spinoff series (which was going to be made into movies originally).

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to watching The Walking Dead Season 11: Part 3?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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