The end is getting close. The Walking Dead, the television series that aspired to go on forever, is finally coming to an end sort of. The long-running zombie comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman will have its series finale in November, but the property will live on through a number of spinoffs. To more about The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 24, all of the information, including the promo and release date, can be found at (www.tvacute.com).
Regardless of spinoffs, this is a significant milestone in the history of genre television. The Walking Dead, which made its debut on Halloween night in 2010, was an immediate rating triumph for AMC and stayed that way for most of its 11 seasons. For its network, it helped usher in a new age of fandom-friendly programming and bring zombies back into popular culture. The Walking Dead, now in its eleventh season, will end with the 24th instalment.
The zombie soap opera has had a wild ride. It had a number of showrunners, like many other TV programmes with double-digit season orders (starting with Frank Darabont, before moving on to Glen Mazzara and Scott Gimple before settling on Angela Kang for the past few seasons). It also had a number of noteworthy cast changes, including the departure of its star Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) in season nine and the departure of other major players like Michonne Hawthorne (Danai Gurira), Glenn (Steven Yeun), and even Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs).
The series’ principal group of post-apocalyptic survivors, led by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride), have been the centre of the show’s last season as they fight to escape the dictatorial nightmare of a society known as The Commonwealth. Here is when you can watch the season’s last episode and get a quick rundown of everything that has transpired thus far.
When will the finale episode of The Walking Dead be released?
On Sunday, November 20 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC, the series finale of The Walking Dead season 11 episode 24, “Rest in Peace,” will air. Usually, AMC streams its programmes on the streaming site AMC+ one week beforehand. For the TWD finale, that won’t be the case. AMC+ subscribers received a special titled The Walking Dead: The Making of the Final Season instead of a sneak peek at the conclusion last week. “Rest in Peace” will be a lengthy episode that lasts until 10:30 p.m. ET, according to its TV Guide listing.
Naturally, AMC is highlighting this much-anticipated conclusion. The Walking Dead: Red Carpet Live, a Chris Hardwick-hosted event that will feature “a mix of The Walking Dead cast arrivals on the red carpet, a look back at some of The Walking Dead’s greatest moments, and teasers to the highly anticipated series finale,” will be available to viewers who tune into the network at 8:30 p.m. ET. The final edition of Hardwick’s The Talking Dead will air at 10:30 p.m. ET after this one.