'The Walking Dead': The final trailer for the eleventh and final season already has a release date

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 This year's San Diego Comic-Con is coming strong. Planned to be held between July 20 and 24, the most important convention of the year will feature a program full of big names such as Marvel, Disney, Warner, Prime Video or HBO Max. Among so many production companies and streaming platforms, the television network AMC wants to carve out a niche for itself with an exclusive panel for its star product, 'The Walking Dead', which has been making an appearance at the event since its premiere in 2010, to anticipate what It would come in the new seasons and to present spin-offs like 'Fear The Walking Dead' or 'The Walking Dead: World Beyond'.


After 12 years of broadcasting, the main series has become a fundamental pillar of the pop culture of the past decade, as well as the zombie genre. Now, after fully entering its eleventh and final season last year, 'The Walking Dead' will come to an end with its last eight chapters next fall.


AMC has announced what will be the last panel that will star 'The Walking Dead' and a celebration by and for the fans that will accompany the event. The network has revealed that Chris Hardwick, the host of the show Talking Dead where the series is discussed, will lead a final panel that will feature most of the cast of season 11 (such as Terry Crews, Samantha Morton and Danny Ramirez) along with showrunners Scott M. Gimple and Angela Kang.


Like the rest of the franchises, 'The Walking Dead' will use Comic-Con to present teasers and previews, so we can most likely take a look at the final trailer for the series. The subsequent celebration will feature real parts and accessories used in the series and the attending public will be able to purchase exclusive merchandising, put on make-up like a zombie or gorge themselves on themed food and drinks prepared for the occasion. The panel will take place on Friday, July 22, in Room H at the SDCC.


It doesn't end here

Everything comes to an end, and 'The Walking Dead' is no exception. Norman Reedus and Jeffrey Dean Morgan have already said goodbye to their characters, and fans will be able to do the same at the next Comic-Con, but it doesn't end here. For now, if the plans do not change, we can have a film trilogy with the initial protagonist, Rick Games, played by Andrew Lincoln.


In its star field, television, the zombie universe continues to expand with 'Tales of The Walking Dead' and 'Isle of Dead', the new spin-off starring Maggie and Negan. For its part, 'Fear The Walking Dead' seems to follow in the footsteps of the main series in terms of longevity as it was renewed for an eighth season.

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