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The long late finale will be broadcast in October together with the premiere of "The Walking Dead: World Beyond".

Today's Comic-Con @ Home panel for "The Walking Dead" began with the news that the season 10 finale, "A Certain Doom", will air on October 4, followed by the premiere of the new, youth-oriented spin – Off-series "The Walking Dead: World Beyond". The season premiere of "Fear The Walking Dead" will be broadcast the following week on October 11th.

"The Walking Dead" show runner, Angela Kang, confirmed that the 11th season of the successful AMC series will not be broadcast in October due to the corona virus, but that six more episodes of the 10th season have been ordered and will be released in early 2021 Everything will be fine. "No further details were readily available, although Kang said," We'll have more to share soon. "

The panel also included a sneak peek into the opening minutes of “A Certain Doom,” including Aaron and Alden, who met in a kind of ninja (?) In the forest, and Maggie's return on screen, played by Lauren Cohan. Cohan was joined by Kang, Scott M. Gimple, Chief Content Officer of "Walking Dead", director and executive producer Greg Nicotero as well as the actors Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Josh McDermitt, Seth Gilliam and Khary Payton. Ross Marquand and Paola Lázaro.

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When asked how it felt to go back to the show, Cohan said, "As if I never really went." Nicotero was excited about Cohan's return and remarked, “I learned a lot from Lauren when I started directing the show. She really taught me a lot about how to work with actors. “Cohan returns to" The Walking Dead "all day after he left at the end of season 9 to play in the now canceled ABC series" Whiskey Cavalier ".

When asked about the challenges of writing future episodes in the corona virus era, Kang found that they approach things "with the greatest possible creativity". She continued: "There are definitely things that we miss in some of the first episode texts, but at the same time, the limits you are given sometimes lead to a lot of amazing creativity." She stressed that her priority was to make everyone feel safe and comfortable while filming. If that means they have to change things a bit, "it's not a big burden for us."

You can see the full "Walking Dead" panel below:

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