The Walking Dead Season 10 finale “A Certain Doom” was set to air earlier this year and fans have been anticipating its return, as it feels like the episode may be all we get to see of the show for the remainder of 2020.
In April, Kang told Brandon Davis at ComicBook.com the season finale was “very close to finishing.'”
“I think actually, by the time the world is safe for people to start venturing out, probably all of the effects will be done, and then it’s just a handful of processes and it can be turned around very, very quickly,” Kang said to Comicbook.com. “We’re very hopeful that we can get it all done very rapidly once we’re back up and running.”
In June, the show’s creator, Robert Kirkman, told CartoonistKayfabe that, “The old Walking Dead show will be coming back. We’ll be airing. I know dates. I don’t think they’re public. But we have the finale [and] there will be more Walking Dead television for you to watch at some point in the future.”
From the sound of everything, it appears that this may have happened if Robert Kirkman is indicating a date has already been chosen.
Season 11 of The Walking Dead was slated to begin filming in May of this year, as it does every year. However, filming has not resumed and the cast has not yet returned to Georgia. By now, the show would have been several episodes into filming, if not quickly approaching the half-way part of filming the season. If this remains the case, it may not be until February of 2021 until we see the show back on our screens.
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