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all things WALKING DEAD

Yes I'm still watching lol, I only saw the first episode of the last Fear the Walking Dead season

And I went ahead and bought the dvd for TWD World Beyond, because it was cheap... focusing on kids, just doesn't seem to work. In this way, but there are some interesting things there

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'The Walking Dead' star Khary Payton thought he was getting killed off the zombie series. He was actually called to learn the show was ending.

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  • "The Walking Dead" kicks off its final, 11th season on Sunday, August 22 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.
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Khary Payton thought he was getting axed from "The Walking Dead" last year when he received a phone call from showrunner Angela Kang and "TWD" universe chief content officer Scott Gimple.

"I remember I was getting a call from both Angela Kang and Scott Gimple, and half the time when you're getting a phone call from just one of your two showrunners, it's about the demise of your character in some shape or form," Payton told Insider via phone in August.

"To know that both of them needed to be on the phone to talk to me about something... I was sure that there was a demise of some kind coming," Payton continued. "I just didn't realize that it would be of the show itself, which was shocking."

Last September, after production on the series was delayed due to the pandemic, AMC surprisingly announced season 11 would...how's last. The final season, which debuts later this month, will consist of an extended 24 episodes instead of the show's usual 16-episode count.

Payton has played Ezekiel, a former zookeeper, on AMC's zombie drama since season seven.

Heading into season 11, Ezekiel is fighting a battle with cancer as he and his friends (Eugene, Princess, and Yumiko) are prisoners of a group of mysterious soldiers of a new community, the Commonwealth.

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Reply #1 posted 08/11/21 12:08pm

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How do you spell "letitdie"????

ALLLLL the momentum is gone and there is NO REASON to do anymore filming.

i don't mean to spoil it, but there really is NO REASON to hang on to this show anymore, OF4S.

When is 'Ozark' back??? lol

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They lost me last season. Not really anyone's fault. The later scenes were just really slow due to the fact they were filmed during the pandemic. I may pick it back up for the final season. Ditto with Fear the Walking Dead. I just recently stumbled across a Zombie series on Netflix called "Black Summer". Talk about intense! eek eek eek On the edge of my seat almost every episode! That made up for my lack of zombie fix on the Walking Dead series'.









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How do you spell "letitdie"????

ALLLLL the momentum is gone and there is NO REASON to do anymore filming.

i don't mean to spoil it, but there really is NO REASON to hang on to this show anymore, OF4S.

When is 'Ozark' back??? lol

LOL

the thrill is gone, BUT last season I binged on Netflix and it's actually pretty good.

I haven't even went further with the World Beyond yet lol

I miss the pre-Negan crew

And yes I'm waiting for Ozark

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They lost me last season. Not really anyone's fault. The later scenes were just really slow due to the fact they were filmed during the pandemic. I may pick it back up for the final season. Ditto with Fear the Walking Dead. I just recently stumbled across a Zombie series on Netflix called "Black Summer". Talk about intense! eek eek eek On the edge of my seat almost every episode! That made up for my lack of zombie fix on the Walking Dead series'.









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Non stop running in Black Summer lol non stop

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kitbradley said:


They lost me last season. Not really anyone's fault. The later scenes were just really slow due to the fact they were filmed during the pandemic. I may pick it back up for the final season. Ditto with Fear the Walking Dead. I just recently stumbled across a Zombie series on Netflix called "Black Summer". Talk about intense! eek eek eek On the edge of my seat almost every episode! That made up for my lack of zombie fix on the Walking Dead series'.











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Non stop running in Black Summer lol non stop





lol I know. Those are zombies on speed and caffine. I'm not sure why anyone would want to survive in that kind of world.
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Reply #6 posted 08/12/21 1:06am

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I'll be tuned into this final season.I've been with this show for so long and I'm gonna be there until the end smile it'll be interesting to see Maggie having to deal with Negan,now that he is "free" and a part of their group.

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one interesting thing: it has already been revealed that Daryl and Carol will have their own spin-off show beginning in 2023.So realistically,'The Walking Dead' isn't really ending at all.They're just simply revamping the show and focusing mainly on these two main characters.

The Walking Dead's Daryl And Carol Spin-Off Release Date, Cast, And Plot -  What We Know So Far

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'The Walking Dead' Season 11 Trailer

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What i wrote before was mainly about FTWD.

Such a waste of opportunity.

The main show, however, i'll HAVE TO watch.

Too much time invested, like SoulAlive!

i just don't understand why they won't do a cross-episode where "these meet those".

THAT would bring ALL the fans back...

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I stopped watching it several years ago. Got tired of Negan. At this point the show is just repeating itself, just one crazy over the top group of humans they need to fight. Is Rosita still alive??? That's another thing I don't like about the show, you get invested in the characters and they get killed off. Also some of the episodes were hard to watch such as when Negan killed Abraham and Glenn. Also that episode "The Grove" where Carol kills Lizzie after learning Lizzie killed her sister.



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Reply #11 posted 08/12/21 6:46pm

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as far as I know,Rosita is still alive.

I got tired of Negan years ago biggrin He should have been killed off several seasons ago.

I agree,the show needs to stop having these predictable “wars” with evil groups.It’s really boring,by now.

I am happy that Maggie is back.She has always been my favorite female character on this show.
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Reply #12 posted 08/12/21 7:33pm

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My favorite show of all time,and I'm beyond excited for this super=sized Season 11!!! woot!

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SoulAlive said:

one interesting thing: it has already been revealed that Daryl and Carol will have their own spin-off show beginning in 2023.So realistically,'The Walking Dead' isn't really ending at all.They're just simply revamping the show and focusing mainly on these two main characters.

The Walking Dead's Daryl And Carol Spin-Off Release Date, Cast, And Plot -  What We Know So Far

So basically Daryl and Carol will go off, encounter other survivors and fight "Walkers" together? Sounds like Walking Dead season 12

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Reply #14 posted 08/12/21 8:05pm

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SoulAlive said:


one interesting thing: it has already been revealed that Daryl and Carol will have their own spin-off show beginning in 2023.So realistically,'The Walking Dead' isn't really ending at all.They're just simply revamping the show and focusing mainly on these two main characters.




The Walking Dead's Daryl And Carol Spin-Off Release Date, Cast, And Plot -  What We Know So Far



So basically Daryl and Carol will go off, encounter other survivors and fight "Walkers" together? Sounds like Walking Dead season 12



Exactly biggrin

I think a better idea would be: convince Rick to come back….add him and Maggie to this “spin-off” and put them in a new location.
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SoulAlive said:

kpowers said:

So basically Daryl and Carol will go off, encounter other survivors and fight "Walkers" together? Sounds like Walking Dead season 12

Exactly biggrin I think a better idea would be: convince Rick to come back….add him and Maggie to this “spin-off” and put them in a new location.

there were rumors of Rick coming back via the World Beyond

Isn't that the group Michonne ended up following after?

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Announcing the Daryl and Carol spin-off before TWD finished was the dumbest thing they could have done.

Right after the announcement they did an episode where it looked like Carol might kill / sacrifice herself, but there was zero tension in the moment because we now knew she's getting her own show.

And don't get me started on the final season moving to Disney Plus only. After years of following the shows, they're now sticking the finale behind a paywall? I'll be pirating the hell out of the last season for sure.

As much as I've loved the show I'm glad its winding up now ... the growing mishandling of the franchise is starting to grate.

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Announcing the Daryl and Carol spin-off before TWD finished was the dumbest thing they could have done.

Right after the announcement they did an episode where it looked like Carol might kill / sacrifice herself, but there was zero tension in the moment because we now knew she's getting her own show.

And don't get me started on the final season moving to Disney Plus only. After years of following the shows, they're now sticking the finale behind a paywall? I'll be pirating the hell out of the last season for sure.

As much as I've loved the show I'm glad its winding up now ... the growing mishandling of the franchise is starting to grate.

I agree.

It almost never fails when you have a core group and then change it, things begin falling apart

Right into Alexandria it was good. When they killed off Glenn and Abraham, then Carl and Sasha, it was blowing in the wind. There were other cool characters, but that core group synergy was gone

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How Does Rick Grimes Relate To The Walking Dead: World Beyond And The Larger TWD Universe

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Ever since mysterious helicopters first flew through the skies of The Walking Dead, they've been one of the ever-expanding TWD Universe's most intriguing secrets. But nothing did more to elevate the speculation to a fever-pitch than when Anne brought one of those choppers down from above to save a dying Rick and sco...al episode.

The true location of Rick Grimes and what he's been up to likely won't be revealed until the Rick Grimes standalone movies premiere, but when it comes to who exactly those helicopters belong to (and what the three-ring symbol that has popped up on the helicopter themselves as well as elsewhere throughout The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead means), answers have been trickling in over the years.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond, premiering later this year, is set to answer some of these questions, and connect some of the threads that bind the helicopters, the three rings, Rick, Althea from Fear the Walking Dead, and more together. Rick, while not directly involved, does indeed relate back to the newest series in The Walking Dead Universe. So now the question is: how exactly? Well, it all begins with those helicopters.

THE HELICOPTERS

The helicopters periodically buzzing over Rick's head weren't always a fact of life for TWD. The first time they appeared overhead, Rick was journeying to the Scavengers' junkyard lair to enlist Anne's (then known as Jadis) help in the fight against Negan and the Saviors. While Rick was puzzled that somebody could fly a helicopter, he didn't really investigate (big mistake). Unbeknownst to Rick, that helicopter was likely leaving a meeting with the very people he was going to going to negotiate with. The next time Rick would see a helicopter, he'd be riding inside of one.

THE THREE-RINGS

The mysterious symbol of three interlocking rings first appeared on the helicopter that whisked Rick away in Andrew Lincoln's final episode. Later, on Fear the Walking Dead, Althea makes contact with another helicopter bearing the symbol. At last year's New York Comic Con, The Walking Dead Universe Chief Creative Officer Scott M. Gimple confirmed that the symbol represents "three different civilizations that are bound and entwined in some ways and in some ways very different." In a teaser for The Walking Dead: World Beyond, the symbol is seen uniting the three series.

THE CRM

We know at least two of those civilizations. One of the three -- the one with the helicopters -- is known as the CRM. These letters, were first seen written on documents carried by Isabelle on Fear the Walking Dead and confirmed later by Gimple. We don't know a ton about them yet but they are a large and formidable force (led on The Walking Dead: World Beyond by Elizabeth (Julia Ormond)) with technology and geographic reach -- from Texas to Virginia to Nebraska -- far beyond anything else seen in the TWD Universe.

Are they good guys? Well Anne thought they would save Rick's life, which is a start, but CRM pilot Isabelle says, "We are a force who are not living for ourselves or for now," which sounds rather ominous. The characters of The Walking Dead: World Beyond feel a bit more biased against the CRM, as one of the young survivors at the center of the story, Hope, says "They are bad people."

The other known part of the three civilizations as represented by the three things is the Campus Colony of Omaha, where the rest of the cast of The Walking Dead: World Beyond makes their home. The community symbolized by the third ring is yet unknown.

WHERE DID RICK GO

In Rick's final episode of The Walking Dead, he makes a desperate attempt to save a bridge that linked the communities, by leading away a walker herd that would've toppled the structure. During the mission, he was badly wounded and unable to lead the herd away. With the mass of walkers still oncoming and putting a camp full of survivors and Rick's life work of protecting his friends in danger, he engages in one last heroic act. With Michonne and his friends watching, he blows up the bridge with dynamite intending to sacrifice himself, and appearing to do so to all those watching.

But Rick is actually blown clear into the river and washes up on a distant bank. Desperately wounded, he's found by Anne who, as we know, has a business relationship of sorts with the CRM. She calls the CRM over a walkie-talkie and says "I have a B. Not an A. I never had an A. He's hurt but he's strong. Can you help him?" The answering representative of the CRM on the walkie warns Anne "there'd be consequences if you tried something," but eventually sets down the helicopter and whisks Rick away to a CRM facility where his life can be saved.

WHAT'S NEXT?

The CRM will undoubtedly be delved into further on the The Walking Dead: World Beyond, and we're likely to learn more about their aims, goals, and how they've acquired their awesome technology (for the apocalypse). As for Rick, he's alive and well as far as we know, and in her final episode of The Walking Dead, sets off in search of him after finding his boots and a carving by Rick suggesting that he's still alive. More answers will likely have to wait until the Rick Grimes movie.

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How Exactly Does Anne Tie Into The Walking Dead: World Beyond?

What Rick doesn't know, is that Anne is secretly trading people for supplies with the CRM, labeling them A or B. She's attempted to do this before with other survivors. Click here to see how Anne relates to The Walking Dead: World Beyond and the larger TWD universe.

How Exactly Does Fear the Walking Dead's Althea Tie Into The Walking Dead: World Beyond?

Al knows Isabelle, the only member of the CRM we've met on The Walking Dead and Fear. Click here to see how and find out how she relates to The Walking Dead: World Beyond and the larger TWD universe.

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In the last episode of FTWD, there were nukes fired all over.

Hopefully, they reached everyone involved in this franchise.

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'Fear The Walking Dead' showed alot of promise in the beginning.The third season was so exciting! But then,when they revamped the show and killed off Madison....that's when I lost interest.

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OldFriends4Sale said:

SoulAlive said:

kpowers said: Exactly biggrin I think a better idea would be: convince Rick to come back….add him and Maggie to this “spin-off” and put them in a new location.

there were rumors of Rick coming back via the World Beyond

Isn't that the group Michonne ended up following after?

Perhaps hmmm

I wonder what happened to those Rick Grimes movies that were being planned.Doesn't seem likely at this point.

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'Fear The Walking Dead' showed alot of promise in the beginning.The third season was so exciting! But then,when they revamped the show and killed off Madison....that's when I lost interest.

I liked the change of pace and scenery in those first three seasons of FTWD. California and Mexico, the (at first) mysterious Victor Strand and his yacht, the sea, the mountains and especially seeing L.A during the zombie apocalypse but I at some point I lost interest. I kept watching long after Madison died and didn´t really care much for her anyway but they should´ve kept Nick and his sister.

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Things got a bit boring for me after Morgan arrived but not necessarily because of him.

The whole show lost its identity and suddenly had a different feel to it.

I´ve never finished it but I´d still like to catch up on the epsodes and seasons I missed out on because I´m curious and want to know how the story ended....or whether it even had a proper ending at all.

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They lost me last season. Not really anyone's fault. The later scenes were just really slow due to the fact they were filmed during the pandemic. I may pick it back up for the final season. Ditto with Fear the Walking Dead. I just recently stumbled across a Zombie series on Netflix called "Black Summer". Talk about intense! eek eek eek On the edge of my seat almost every episode! That made up for my lack of zombie fix on the Walking Dead series'.









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At some point I stopped watching FTWD because it had changed too drastically compared to the first seasons, and I haven´t watched the other spin off series World Beyond yet and have no idea what to expect but I think I´ll start watching it soon just so I know how all those different shows overlap with each other, and I need to catch up on the last couple of seasons of TWD.

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Thanks for mentioning Black Summer. You got me really curious now. I had never heard about it and haven´t seen a trailer but your post reads as if the zombies are reminiscent of the ones in 28 Days Later....fast, ferocious and hungry.

I also tried watching that low budget zombie show that SyFy produced but that wasn´t really my thing.

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so,what do we think the final episode will be like? How will they conclude the Walking Dead story?

“It was all a dream”? biggrin we see Rick waking up,all sweaty and looking worried.His wife Lori walks in and calmly says “honey,what’s wrong?”

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Or will thete be a final explosion or something,killing everyone except Daryl and Carol? eek I don’t think the longtime viewers would like that
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so,what do we think the final episode will be like? How will they conclude the Walking Dead story? “It was all a dream”? biggrin we see Rick waking up,all sweaty and looking worried.His wife Lori walks in and calmly says “honey,what’s wrong?” lol


I think Negan will sacrifice himself, possibly to save Maggie somehow. Maggie will set up a new little sanctuary for herself and the other main cast members who aren't moving on from TWD, possibly on an island or up in the mountains.

This will be after a final series spent pissing about with the Commonwealth because they were in the comics so they have to feature in the show somehow. I think the Commonwealth thing will play out pretty much as it did in the comics, minus the Rick and Carl stuff obviously ... they'll get overrun by a massive herd near the end of the series (cue one final epic action packed show or two where they throw every zombie set-piece and the kitchen sink at it) but the town will bounce back and rebuild. You think Daryl and Carol have gone down in the chaos ... cue post credits scene with them riding off on his bike in to the sunset.

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kitbradley said:


They lost me last season. Not really anyone's fault. The later scenes were just really slow due to the fact they were filmed during the pandemic. I may pick it back up for the final season. Ditto with Fear the Walking Dead. I just recently stumbled across a Zombie series on Netflix called "Black Summer". Talk about intense! eek eek eek On the edge of my seat almost every episode! That made up for my lack of zombie fix on the Walking Dead series'.











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At some point I stopped watching FTWD because it had changed too drastically compared to the first seasons, and I haven´t watched the other spin off series World Beyond yet and have no idea what to expect but I think I´ll start watching it soon just so I know how all those different shows overlap with each other, and I need to catch up on the last couple of seasons of TWD.


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Thanks for mentioning Black Summer. You got me really curious now. I had never heard about it and haven´t seen a trailer but your post reads as if the zombies are reminiscent of the ones in 28 Days Later....fast, ferocious and hungry.


I also tried watching that low budget zombie show that SyFy produced but that wasn´t really my thing.




Yes! If you enjoyed the 28 Days Later and 28 Weeks Later movies, you will probably dig Black Summer. Not a lot of room for character development though. Like someone else mentioned there is a lot of running and the characters tend not to last long. I hope they are able to eventually have a third season.
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Reply #28 posted 08/17/21 2:10pm

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interesting!

DaveT said:

SoulAlive said:

so,what do we think the final episode will be like? How will they conclude the Walking Dead story? “It was all a dream”? biggrin we see Rick waking up,all sweaty and looking worried.His wife Lori walks in and calmly says “honey,what’s wrong?” lol


I think Negan will sacrifice himself, possibly to save Maggie somehow. Maggie will set up a new little sanctuary for herself and the other main cast members who aren't moving on from TWD, possibly on an island or up in the mountains.

This will be after a final series spent pissing about with the Commonwealth because they were in the comics so they have to feature in the show somehow. I think the Commonwealth thing will play out pretty much as it did in the comics, minus the Rick and Carl stuff obviously ... they'll get overrun by a massive herd near the end of the series (cue one final epic action packed show or two where they throw every zombie set-piece and the kitchen sink at it) but the town will bounce back and rebuild. You think Daryl and Carol have gone down in the chaos ... cue post credits scene with them riding off on his bike in to the sunset.

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I do believe that there will be a scene or two this season where Negan saves Maggies’ life….or he rescues her son from some kind of danger.He is trying to get on her good side smile he wants forgiveness.
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