New The Walking Dead Season 10 Trailer Further Hints At The Beginning Of The End

The penultimate season's final six episodes will start airing February 28 on AMC.

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AMC has released a new trailer for the upcoming final six episodes of Season 10 of The Walking Dead, which are expected to begin airing February 28. Check out the clip below.

In just over a minute, the intense trailer teases a ton of carnage and surprises. Chief among the latter would easily have to be the reunion of Negan with his barbed-wire-covered baseball bat Lucille while talking to or potentially menacing an offscreen threat--is this a flashback? What is going on here? These are just two of the many questions the intriguing clip raises.

Fortunately, in addition to the February 28 premiere date for the rest of Season 10, we hopefully won't have to wait too long for Season 11 to fill in more of the gaps and points we know the story has to hit. For example, while COVID-19 has messed with the original broadcast plans for both Seasons 10 and 11, those real-world events were unable to stop the AMC zombie universe mothership from pressing on and getting more announcements--which inadvertently gave away that the few standing long-lasting characters would be around for a while longer.

It's ultimately good news that a spin-off is in the works that follows the continuing adventures of Carol and Daryl after the series ends with Season 11, but it kind of deflates some of the tension of the remaining episodes still ahead. And before Season 10 is even over, we also know a bit about Season 11--which still doesn't have a release date--like the fact that Margot Bingham (Boardwalk Empire, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) will be joining the cast, and likely playing Stephanie.

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