“The Walking Dead” star Jeffrey Dean Morgan says it’s a “great waiting game to see what’s going to happen” after the AMC network delayed production on the eleventh season of the zombie drama in the midst of the crisis of the pandemic.
Season 11 was just a few weeks away from its spring filming start when AMC postponed physical production for the new season and closed filming for the sixth season of the spin-off “Fear the Walking Dead.”
Like the delay in the season 10 finale of “The Walking Dead” when it became clear that production work was required for the special effects episode, it could not be completed before its scheduled air date of April 12.
“We had finished filming season 10, and we were broadcasting the episodes, and what happened was that the last episode couldn’t air because they couldn’t finish the edit. So the end of the season, episode 16, we don’t know when it will air. ” Morgan said on Live with Kelly and Ryan.
The “The Walking Dead” movies in Georgia, which plans to reopen certain businesses on April 24, but studio operations are not included in that initial reboot. Work on the new season will begin when it is safe to do so.