The Walking Dead Season 11C has an official trailer – and the end is close for AMC’s hit horror drama. The trailer, unveiled yesterday (July 22) during the San-Diego Comic-Con, opens with a montage of key events throughout the series. We start with Rick awakening from his coma in Atlanta to the impending war with the Commonwealth. A piano rendition of the show’s iconic theme plays – before a series of title cards declare that all eleven seasons have led to this moment.
The trailer continues with the slimy Lance Hornsby, Deputy Governor within the Commonwealth – welcoming the arrival of someone off-camera. Following the events of the mid-season finale in April, Hornsby took control of multiple communities – including Alexandria, Oceanside, and Hilltop. He was seen in the final moments of the episode deciding the fate of the Oceanside community, captured by soldiers, on the flip of a coin.
As the fight against the Commonwealth steps up a gear, the trailer offers the usual smattering of zombie hordes, a handful of dramatic speeches, and even a bizarre twist involving zombies with the ability to climb walls.
However, there’s always more from The Walking Dead universe. Isle of the Dead debuts next year, following on from Fear The Walking Dead, which has been renewed for an eighth season, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, an upcoming Daryl spin-off (minus Carol), and an anthology series, Tales of the Walking Dead, which premieres in August.
The Walking Dead returns to AMC and AMC+ from October 2 – with the final seven episodes of Season 11 airing weekly and completing the trilogy. As reported by FlickLuster, Andrew Lincoln will return for a six-part limited series in 2023 alongside Danai Gurira.
“I’m so excited to be returning to the screen as Rick, reuniting with Danai as Michonne, and bringing the fans an epic love story to add to the Walking Dead Universe.” Lincoln said.