The Walking Dead Showrunner Offers Update on Season 11 Production Work Amidst COVID-19

In case you missed it, the final episode of The Walking Dead Season 10 has been delayed due to post-production not being completed ahead of the Coronavirus outbreak. However, it looks like the next season is already in the works. Angela Kang has just confirmed that the crew is already preparing for Season 11.

The showrunner of The Walking Dead recently told Deadline that the crew is already hard at work on the next season.

"You know, we obviously made the decision last week to stop all pre-production, that was AMC, just kind of across the board for their production. So, we still have people working remotely. The writers continue to work," Kang said.

Kang also confirmed that they haven't started filming yet since Season 11 is still being written. Nevertheless, the creative team is already making sure that everything will be ready by the time they are allowed to begin production.

"We're still several weeks out from anything shooting so it hasn't been overly disruptive yet. We're Zooming and Google Docs-ing and doing all the kinds of things that everybody else is doing right now," she shared.

Although Season 11 is already in the works, fans will still need to wait for the final episode of the current season. It was previously confirmed that post-production on the season finale has not been completed due to the COVID-19 shutdowns and its premiere will be moved to later this year.

The next episode of The Walking Dead Season 10 will air on AMC on March 29.

Related: The Walking Dead Season 10 Finale Delayed Due to COVID-19

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