‘The Walking Dead’: recordings for final season have started



Through his Twitter profile, screenwriter and producer Kevin Deiboldt announced that recordings for the 11th and LAST season of “The Walking Dead” have already started.

In the post, he shared a drawing of a zombie, with the following words:

“First day of recording for the 11th season.”

With the caption:

“Kudos to our crew and cast (idiots, lots of them!) For the long-awaited start of filming for Season 11. A full year (and very) in progress, we really hope it’s worth it. .

Find out, with the first official behind-the-scenes image:


Congratulations to our team and cast (asskickers, the lot of them!) On the long-awaited start of filming on S11. A full year (erased) in the works, we really hope it’s worth the wait. #TWD #TheWalkingDead pic.twitter.com/nyeoQO20ZX

– Kevin Deiboldt 🧟 (@kdeiboldt) February 8, 2021

Enjoy watching:

The first day of the final season of #TWD. pic.twitter.com/b1x1XRHztQ

– The Walking Dead on AMC (@WalkingDead_AMC) February 9, 2021

Recalling that the new episodes of the 10th season of “ The Walking Dead ” will be released on February 28

Check out the latest poster, as well as the trailer:



Check out the official synopsis for each of the upcoming episodes:

“Home Sweet Home” (Episode 17): Maggie is back with a story she is not ready to tell, even when the past catches up with her. Negan’s safety is in danger. Daryl and Maggie face an unknown threat.

“Find Me” (Episode 18): Daryl and Carol’s adventure gets complicated when they find an old cabin. The place reminds Daryl of the past, when he left the group after Rick disappeared, as he relives an era that only the apocalypse could manifest.

“One More” (Episode 19): Gabriel and Aaron search for food and supplies to bring back to Alexandria. Small tragedies take on great proportions once faith is destroyed and optimism is fragmented when they are tested.

“Splinter” (Episode 20): Eugene, Ezekiel, Yumiko and the princess are captured and separated. Princess combats memories of her traumatic past and tries to escape at all costs with Ezekiel’s help.

“Diverged” (Episode 21): Daryl and Carol separate. Each of them enters their own path to survival, and the simplest challenges become the more complicated. Will their individual journeys be the necessary element to mend their friendships or will the distance between them be permanent?

“This is Negan” (Episode 22): Carol takes Negan on a journey, hoping to ease the growing tension. Negan reflects on the events that have brought him to this point and comes to a conclusion about his future.


Make sure to watch:


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