The Walking Dead Season 11: Endless Zombie Apocalypse


     Almost 10 years have passed since The Walking Dead first aired. We are now in the tenth season of the popular zombie series. Ex-showrunner Scott M. Gimple has now revealed that there is still no end in sight.
    Thanks to the enthusiasm of fans, The Walking Dead has been running since 2010. The zombie apocalypse is still one of the absolute cult series. Andrew Lincoln, the actor from main character Rick Grimes, has already said goodbye to the series. Instead, Lincoln will be seen next in a The Walking Dead film. Michonne actress Danai Gurira has already confirmed that season 10 will be her last.
    As it turns out, there are still many more zombie adventures awaiting fans. Chief Content Officer Scott M. Gimple sees a bright future for the The Walking Dead franchise. In conversation with Entertainment Weekly, Gimple answers the question of how he imagines a possible end to the show: "Maybe we don't have to worry about it because the show could go on and on."
    A continuation of the story awaits us, for example, with the offshoot series The Walking Dead: World Beyond. As of this April, the new show will start with a first season. Of course, we no longer follow the adventures of Daryl, Maggie and Co., but instead encounter a completely new group of survivors. Instead of starting with the main series like Fear The Walking Dead, World Beyond will revolve around the first generation after the zombie apocalypse.
    So the future of The Walking Dead has been well taken care of. What do you think of the fact that you want to continue the series? You can now find the trailer for the spin-off World Beyond in our video player. Just click in to start the video.

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