The Walking Dead is one of the most popular shows on television, with millions of dedicated fans eagerly awaiting each new season. Season 11 marks the final season of this long-running zombie apocalypse drama. With the final season split into multiple parts, fans are wondering if all episodes of The Walking Dead season 11 have been released yet.
When did The Walking Dead season 11 start?
The Walking Dead season 11 premiered on August 22, 2021 on AMC. This season is being broken up into multiple parts, as has become common with many shows in recent years.
The first part, consisting of 8 episodes, aired weekly up until October 10, 2021. Then the show took a mid-season break, as is typical for The Walking Dead seasons.
When does part 2 of The Walking Dead season 11 air?
Part 2 of The Walking Dead season 11 returned on February 20, 2022. It ran for 8 consecutive weeks until April 10, 2022.
Here are the airdates for The Walking Dead season 11 part 2:
|Episode 9||February 20, 2022|
|Episode 10||February 27, 2022|
|Episode 11||March 6, 2022|
|Episode 12||March 13, 2022|
|Episode 13||March 20, 2022|
|Episode 14||March 27, 2022|
|Episode 15||April 3, 2022|
|Episode 16||April 10, 2022|
So part 2 continued the season with 8 more action-packed episodes featuring our favorite zombie apocalypse survivors. Fan favorites like Daryl, Carol, Maggie, Gabriel and Negan experienced new threats as the fight for survival continues.
When will The Walking Dead season 11 part 3 be released?
The Walking Dead season 11 part 3 does not yet have an announced return date. Based on the schedules of previous seasons, we can expect part 3 to premiere sometime in late 2022.
Part 3 will likely contain another chunk of episodes continuing the final season storylines. Stay tuned to AMC for official announcements about when part 3 will air.
How many episodes will be in The Walking Dead season 11?
The Walking Dead showrunner Angela Kang has confirmed that season 11 will contain a total of 24 episodes.
So far, part 1 contained 8 episodes and part 2 contained 8 episodes. That’s 16 episodes aired so far.
This means we can expect part 3 to contain approximately 8 more episodes, bringing the total for season 11 to 24.
However, AMC has not yet confirmed the exact number of episodes in part 3. It’s possible an extra episode could be added or one dropped. Either way, fans can look forward to many more hours of Walker-fighting action before the series wraps up.
Will there be a part 4 of The Walking Dead season 11?
As of now, AMC has not announced any plans for a part 4 of The Walking Dead season 11. The intention seems to be that parts 1-3 will comprise the 24 episode final season.
Of course, that could potentially change depending on the direction of the story. With such a large and devoted fanbase, the network may decide to extend the show’s run. But based on what we know so far, there will not be a part 4 for season 11.
The 24 episodes of season 11 will serve as the conclusion to AMC’s wildly popular post-apocalyptic drama. After over 10 years, fans will finally see how Rick Grimes’ story comes to an end.
Will there be another Walking Dead series after season 11?
Even when The Walking Dead ends, the Walking Dead universe will live on. AMC has already greenlit a new spinoff series focused on Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride).
The currently untitled Daryl/Carol spinoff will premiere in 2023. Plot details are scarce, but it will follow the two beloved characters on new adventures away from the main show.
Additionally, AMC already airs the successful spinoff Fear the Walking Dead, which is heading into its eighth season.
So while the flagship series is ending, fans can find comfort that we haven’t seen the last of Daryl with his signature crossbow, or Carol’s uncanny zombie-killing skills.
The Walking Dead season 11 is being split into three parts, with each block of episodes airing several months apart. Part 1 aired in Fall 2021, part 2 in Spring 2022, and part 3 expected later in 2022 or early 2023.
So far, 16 episodes of season 11 have aired. We are waiting for the release of part 3 to conclude the season, which will likely contain around 8 more episodes.
In total, season 11 consists of 24 episodes which will bring about the end of the decade-long apocalyptic drama. While the main series wraps up with season 11, fans can look forward to the Daryl and Carol spinoff coming in 2023 as well as Fear the Walking Dead continuing the walker-filled story.
For Walking Dead fans eagerly awaiting more Rick Grimes, Michonne, Daryl Dixon and the rest of the beloved characters, you’ll have to be patient for a bit longer. Check AMC for news about when part 3 will premiere and embark on the final journey with the group as they face enemies both living and undead.
The Walking Dead has cemented its place as one of the most popular shows on TV. Saying goodbye after 11 seasons will be difficult. But with plenty more zombie action planned in the future, the adventure is far from over. Season 11 will surely break fans’ hearts, but also deliver epic action and closure that loyal viewers deserve.
So while not all episodes have aired yet, enjoy re-watching old favorite episodes in preparation. There aren’t many Walking Dead Sundays left, so cherish each one leading up to the long-awaited finale.
For over a decade, we’ve watched these characters survive against all odds, bonding and battling along the way. Now the end is in sight, but the journey is far from over. Stay tuned Walking Dead fans!
Whether you’ve been watching since the very first episode or only recently got into it, The Walking Dead has likely grabbed your attention and your emotions. Saying goodbye to an iconic show is never easy, but the creative minds behind Walking Dead are making sure we still have plenty more to look forward to.
Rick Grimes taught us to never give up hope, even when the outlook was bleak. That spirit will live on through new stories set in this thrilling world of the dead. So get your zombie apocalypse survival pack ready, and let’s enjoy each remaining moment of The Walking Dead together!