The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 21 – Outpost 22: Carol and Daryl will discover what’s behind those fortifications.

The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 21-

 In chapter 20, fans discovered that every single person was taken against their will from the Commonwealth to an unidentified destination, with the exception of Carol (Melissa McBride) and Daryl (Norman Reedus). Carol and Daryl were helped by Lance Hornsby (Josh Hamilton), who provided important crucial data. One, there is a train running in the Commonwealth, and two, they know how to get to where their relatives have been taken. When Hornsby eventually outlived his usefulness and pulled a gun on the two, Carol shot him in the neck with an arrow.  (To know more Read the Recap below) Fans are now eager to discover more about the new episode of The Walking Dead To more about The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 21, all of the information, including the promo and release date, can be found at (

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The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 21 Spoilers

The next episode is named “Outpost 22.” In her second project this season, Tawnia McKiernan directed the episode. The story was written by Jim Barnes. The story of The Walking Dead began ten years ago with a guy looking for his family. That family expanded, and towns began to take shape over time. They struggled and triumphed, prospered, and produced a new generation. It is a story about humanity, and there are many more to be told. The Commonwealth is only the most recent—and given that this is the final season, ostensibly the last—agreement to undervalue our heroes, who are now referred to as “exiles,” with the majority of them having been captured, separated from their partners, and sent to a prison work camp. Wait until Carol and Daryl  find out what’s hiding behind those walls as they lead a guerilla uprising to a location only known as “Outpost 22.”

TWD S11.21 Synopsis: Separated from their children, the survivors track a military convoy to a mysterious destination.

The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 21 Preview

The clip indicates that at least Kelly (Angel Theory), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), and Ezekiel (Khary Payton) have been sent to a Commonwealth labour camp. Also seen is the train that is in motion that Lance Hornsby mentioned in the prior episode. When someone threatens to take Daryl’s children, we catch Hershel (Kien Michael Spiller) yelling for Maggie (Lauren Cohan). Our crew seems to be coming back together to go after the Commonwealth who stole their house in this action-packed teaser of episode 21.

The Walking Dead Season 11 Cast:

Margot Bingham plays Stephanie, Michael James Shaw plays Mercer, Laila Robins plays Pamela Milton, and Josh Hamilton plays Lance Hornsby among the new cast members.

Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Lauren Cohan, Cailey Fleming, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Seth Gilliam, Ross Marquand, Khary Payton, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan are the current cast members of The Walking Dead. Nadia Hilker, Lauren Ridloff, Cooper Andrews, Eleanor Matsuura, and Cassady McClincy are also included. Margot Bingham plays Stephanie, Michael James Shaw plays Mercer, Laila Robins plays Pamela Milton, and Josh Hamilton plays Lance Hornsby among the new cast members.

When to Watch The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 21

In the United States, The Walking Dead season 11 episode 21 will premiere on October 30 10th. It will air at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT on AMC. On Monday, October 31, it will be available for Disney Plus users in the UK under the streamer’s Star tab. That should go live at 8:00 a.m. BST.

The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 21 Watch Online But! Where??

If you have cable, you may watch ‘The Walking Dead’ season 11 episode 21 on AMC at the time and date specified. You can also watch the episode live on AMC’s official website or on the AMC app. If you have an AMC+ subscription, you can see the most recent episode a week early.

If you don’t have cable, you can watch the latest episodes on live TV streaming services including Spectrum, Apple TV, Xfinity, DirecTV, YouTube TV, Fubo TV, and Sling TV if you don’t have a cable subscription. Episode 12 is also available on VOD platforms such as Vudu, Google Play, iTunes, and Microsoft Store for purchase or rental. You may also add AMC+ to your current subscription or purchase it on-demand to watch the most recent episodes on Amazon Prime Video.

How many episodes are left of The Walking Dead Season 11?

The 24 episodes in Season 11 are broken up into three sections of 8 episodes each. The third installment started on October 2 and will continue every week until November 20, 2022, when the final episode will show. After an 11-season run, AMC’s flagship series is ready to come to an end with only four episodes remaining.

The Walking Dead season 11 episode 21 – October 30
The Walking Dead season 11 episode 22 – November 6
The Walking Dead season 11 episode 23 – November 13
The Walking Dead season 11 episode 24 – November 20

The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 20 Recap

Knowing that Lance is the only person who can help them find their missing pals, Carol and Daryl manage to get away from Pamela’s thugs and free him. Sebastian is put down by Daryl when he discovers him in Lance’s cell as a zombie. At the same time, Pamela threatens Tomi and blackmails Yumiko into acting as the prosecutor in Eugene’s mock trial. If Yumiko complies, Pamela will take Yumiko to her friends. Eugene, who has accepted his likely fate, urges Yumiko to have faith in their friends while she struggles with what to do. Yumiko tells the Commonwealth how important Tomi is after learning of Daryl, Carol, and Lance’s escape before shocking everyone by revealing that Pamela is unfairly prosecuting Eugene and that Yumiko will be acting as his defence attorney rather than his prosecutor. Lance discloses that the lost individuals are being employed as slave labour on a project to expand the Commonwealth’s reach across the continent and that there is a supply train that they can follow after eluding a herd and soldiers. Daryl and Carol offer Lance the choice to go into exile because they are tired of his machinations and no longer need his assistance. However, as Lance draws a gun on them, Carol is forced to shoot Lance to death with an arrow.

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