It’s been revealed by Jeffrey Dean Morgan that the stars of The Walking Dead have no idea when Season 11 will start shooting.
The Walking Dead Season 10 has found itself in a state of flux recently thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic.
It’s been revealed that Season 10’s finale is going to be delayed to the pandemic.
It’s also been revealed that Season 10’s finale isn’t going to be the episode it was originally intended to be.
Many of the AMC show’s stars have been discussing what’s been going on behind the scenes.
One of those stars is Jeffrey Dean Morgan who plays Negan in the show.
He recently spoken on Live With Kelly And Ryan and revealed that he has no idea when The Walking Dead Season 11 will start shooting.
The Walking Dead Season 11 isn’t going to start filming any time soon
He started off by talking about The Walking Dead Season 10’s finale:
We had finished Season 10 shooting wise, and we were airing the episodes, and what happened was the last episode couldn’t air because they were unable to finish the editing on it. So the season finale, episode 16, we don’t know when that will air. I’m hoping in the next couple months you’ll see the season finale of the show.”
Morgan then opened up about not knowing when Season 11 will start shooting.
As far as The Walking Dead and the next season, no one knows when and where and how and if. It’s a big waiting game to see what’s gonna happen.
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