It’s May, which means The Walking Dead should be filming their new season already. But due to the stay-at-home orders stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, they aren’t. And it might be a while until production begins, even if states like Georgia are itching to re-open. Just ask Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who said on his new AMC show FRIDAY NIGHTS IN WITH THE MORGANS, “I certainly don’t know when production (on Season 11) is going to start again on The Walking Dead. When we’re going to see season 11 of The Walking Dead is such a f**ing mystery right now. It’s just a big question mark.”
Season 11 isn’t the only show on hold. THE WALKING DEAD: WORLD BEYOND, which was set to premiere the same night as the Season 10 Finale (also on hold), won’t even air until the 4th quarter of the year. That’s according to AMC Networks COO Ed Carroll, who announced this week, “We moved The Walking Dead: World Beyond…back into (the) fourth quarter, so we are finishing post(-production) on that. That will be set to go…And we anticipate having some episodes of Fear (the Walking Dead) Season 6 in the second half of the year as well.”
Morgan also warned fans not to hold their breath waiting for THE WALKING DEAD Season 10 Finale. “We had fun filming it, I’ll tell you that, but I do not know when they’re going to finish it. I reckon four or five months from now we’ll get to see it. Which will be cool. It will be cool having a one-off, almost a Walking Dead movie in the middle of the season, I guess. So we’re excited about that aspect of it.” Until then, watch this trailer for the finale and let us know what you hope to see before the season wraps.