News TV | Written by Andrew Pollard 10/09/2020


After a decade on our screens, AMC has finally announced its plans to bring the main Walking Dead series to a close.

Via ComingSoon, it’s been confirmed that The Walking Dead will conclude with a two-year, 24-episode eleventh season. With the already-announced six further Season Six episodes, that means that there’s 30 episodes left before The Walking Dead ends.

In addition to this news, it’s also been revealed that Melissa McBride’s Carol and Norman Reedus’ Daryl are to get their own spin-off series that will premiere in 2023. On that to-be-titled show, current The Walking Dead showrunner Angela Kang will oversee the action along with Scott Gimple.

That’s not all, for Gimple and AMC are elsewhere developing a new Tales of the Walking Dead series which will serve as an anthology show spotlighting individual characters and their stories.

The world of The Walking Dead is clearly an ever-expanding one, and original spin-off Fear the Walking Dead is soon to be joined by The Walking Dead: World Beyond this October. And that’s before we even take into account the Rick Grimes trilogy of movies in development.