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The Walking Dead Returns With Season 11 In The Summer

AMC serves a brand new teaser in the eleventh and last season of The Walking Dead. During last Sunday’s lengthy Season 10 premiere, “Home Sweet Home,” the community released a mysterious trailer teasing a New World Order when The Walking Dead yields with Season 11 in the summer. At the next teaser — released throughout Sunday’s premiere of this flashback-heavy incident revisiting Daryl’s (Norman Reedus) look for Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) — a familiar jingle and ice cream cones recall memories of this older world, of a season before the zombie apocalypse. Here is the scoop on which candy new teaser signifies:

The teaser may seem to be a pre-apocalypse flashback, but the natives come across a New World Order when they have been introduced into the Commonwealth: a sprawling community of communities home to almost 50,000 survivors. A post-apocalyptic utopia, survivors residing in the Commonwealth like a range of contemporary amenities that contains a bakery and an show arena for concerts and sports matches.

Before in Season 10, it had been Eugene (Josh McDermitt), King Ezekiel (Khary Payton), Yumiko (Eleanor Matsuura), and Princess (Paola L├ízaro) who possess the very first experience with the Commonwealth Army when they are seized by white-armored soldiers at “A Certain Doom.”

“The 1 episode that is coming [extended Season 10 episode ‘Splinter’], that is only the tip of this iceberg. There is a whole big story to be performed,” showrunner Angela Kang teased when hinting in the Commonwealth through The Walking Dead Extended Season 10 Preview Particular. “There are more characters inside that group to fulfill, but we’ll begin to get to them a little, get a feeling of their vibe, what they are about, through our personalities’ perspective. But there is much more cool story to come in Season 11.”

Revealing what those armored soldiers informs audiences around these new predators, Kang said, “It lets you know that this collection is powerful, they’re coordinated, they have some access to the materials which you have to produce in a uniform manner, so that is really unlike a number of those bands that we have seen. Since our teams have just managed to do things such as that on a really limited basis, such as [the way ] Eugene was just able to earn a small number of ideal bullets. However, these men have a whole lot more going on.”

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