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The season 11 from The Walking Dead will be the last and it promises to be special.
While Scott Gimple recently teased a radical change for the last episodes of the season 07 of The Walking Dead , he recently added a layer by giving some details on the last season of the series. We already know that, unlike the previous ones, the season 11 will consist of 19 episodes, which we thought we would see broadcast in two parts of 11 episodes each. Well according to Scott Gimple, it's more of a three-part broadcast that awaits us on AMC . “I'm not 100 % sure, but it seems to me that there will be a season 07AT, 07 B and 11 C. After that it can still change “.
The fans should be able to discover each by tie composed of 8 episodes each and separated by a mini-hiatus of one month. This would allow AMC to further extend the presence of zombies on the screen, especially since according to
a first trailer, season 2 of The Walking Dead: World Beyond will also be released in 2020. And even with an extra part, AMC would thus find its broadcasts in 8 episodes which are usually the standard for franchise The Walking Dead . In all cases we know at least one thing for sure : nothing remains but 30 episodes to the main series before they bow out, and the first of them will air on 24 February on AMC and logically March 1 on OCS.
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