Production on The Walking Dead’s 11th and final season is underway and the first photo has finally been shared with fans.
Stars and crew were on set as they prepared to film new episodes, and a behind-the-scenes image has now been revealed.
The picture shared on Twitter shows a clapperboard before a burned out windmill, complete with the caption: ‘The first day of the last season of #TWD.’
It doesn’t give much away, but the news that production is up and running is sure to excite fans everywhere.
The Walking Dead is due to come to an end with its 11th season. There’ll be 24 episodes to look out for.
The first half is expected to air in late 2021, with the second half coming in 2022.
Before then, there are six more season 10 episodes coming our way. They come following a break in production due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A Daryl spin-off has been confirmed, with Norman Reedus set to reprise his role with Melissa McBride.
There’s a comedy spin-off coming too. The Walking Dead may soon be sparking laughter among its audience, rather than terror, after executive producer Scott M. Gimple announced a new unexpected spin-off project.
Meanwhile, The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan recently promised something ‘special’ in the upcoming episodes.
The actor also talked about the possibility of seeing a spin-off following his character, Negan.
New episodes of The Walking Dead are due to premiere on March 1 on FOX in the UK.