Most of us find Monday to be a bit of a drag, but we can always count on The Walking Dead and all of its zombie drama to cheer us up. The long-running zombie drama The Walking Dead came back from a break last week in the middle of the season. Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride), and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) are still trying to stay alive.
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Tonight’s episode, “A New Deal,” is going to be explosive, and while the Commonwealth is getting ready to celebrate Founders Day, it is almost a given that things will not go as planned.
With the final season of The Walking Dead coming to Star on Disney Plus in October and November, there are only six more episodes left before we say goodbye to the group of zombie hunters.
Maggie and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) will have their show, The Walking Dead: Dead City, while Fear the Walking Dead, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, and the anthology series Tales of the Walking Dead continues to air.
When will The Walking Dead season 11, part 3 come out?
The Walking Dead season 11, part 3 will come out on the following dates:
- Lockdown, the 17th episode of The Walking Dead’s 11th season, will air on Monday, October 3.
- “A New Deal,” the 18th episode of The Walking Dead’s 11th season, will air on Monday, October 10.
- “Variant,” the 19th episode of Season 11 of The Walking Dead, will air on Monday, October 17.
- “What is Been Lost,” the 20th episode of The Walking Dead’s 11th season, will air on Monday, October 24.
- “Outpost 22,” the 21st episode of The Walking Dead’s 11th season, will air on Monday, October 31.
- “Faith,” the 22nd episode of The Walking Dead’s 11th season, will air on November 7th.
- “Family,” the 23rd episode of Season 11 of The Walking Dead, will air on Monday, November 14.
- Rest in Peace, episode 24 of The Walking Dead season 11, airs on Monday, November 20.
This is the last episode of the 11th season. Rest In Peace will end the whole show on Monday, November 20, in the UK. Fans can look forward to movies and spin-offs, such as one that is about Daryl Dixon and Carol Peletier.
When will the 19th episode of season 11 of The Walking Dead air?
On Monday, October 17, 2022, The Walking Dead season 11 episode 19 will air. These episodes will probably lead to a spin-off show about Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Carol (Melissa McBridge) and one about Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) (Lauren Cohan).
How to watch part 3 of season 11 of The Walking Dead online
Season 11 of The Walking Dead premiered in the UK on August 23, 2021, one day after it did in the US. After episode 8, which aired on October 8, 2021, the season took a break until episode 9, which aired on February 21, 2022. This group of episodes came to an end on April 11, and since October 3, we have been watching the last eight episodes leading up to the series finale.
The Walking Dead is now on Star on Disney Plus, and the premiere of episode 18 will be on October 10, 2022. For £7.99 a month or £79.90 a year, you can join Disney Plus.
Is there a trailer for Season 11 of The Walking Dead?
Yes, there is! Below is a trailer for Season 11 of The Walking Dead.
How many episodes will Season 11 of “The Walking Dead” have?
There are 24 episodes planned for Season 11 of The Walking Dead which makes sense since this is the last season. There is still a lot of drama to come, so these last episodes should build up to a dramatic end.
In The Walking Dead season 11, episode 18, a few stories that had been going on for a while came together as the Commonwealth finally fell apart. In short, this is what happened:
Pamela planned to frame a captured Hornsby for Sebastian’s crimes and then stop the protests by making Sebastian read a speech that had already been written.
Max thought that Sebastian would go off-script, so he secretly recorded him bad-mouthing his mother and undermining the supposedly democratic foundations of the Commonwealth.
She then put the recording in place of his grandfather’s original Founder’s Day speech. As expected, Sebastian sent them into a frenzy when he tried to win over the crowd.
Walkers could get inside the walls because Hornsby’s hired killers killed the sanitation department. This caused chaos in the crowd. The zombies ate Sebastian as a crowd of people who did not carefully watch.