It’s a war with the Commonwealth with pictures from the final episodes

Lance Hornsby (Josh Hamilton) warns in the trailer for the walking DeadThe last eight episodes. In new visuals from Season 11 (returning October 2 on AMC), the war with the Commonwealth of Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride), and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) is put on the front lines. The April season finale of “Acts of God” saw the deceitful Commonwealth Vice Governor Leah (Lyn Collins) set out to take out Maggie and take over the Hilltop, only to AWOL soldiers Daryl to thwart his plans and shoot Hornsby in the face. Hornsby then seized the outer communities by force – placing Hilltop, Oceanside and Alexandria under the military occupation of the Commonwealth.

New photos from FOX España TV (where the walking Dead Broadcast internationally, with returns on October 3) show heroes take the fight to Hornsby and the Commonwealth’s First Family: Governor Pamela Melton (Lily Robbins) and her spoiled son Sebastian (Theo Rabe Olson).

As Maggie, Daryl, Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) and Aaron (Ross Marquand) attempt to extract those who still live within the Commonwealth, Carol, Eugene (Josh McDermitt) and Rosetta (Christian Serratos) are among those still inside and dealing with the fallout from Coney’s news story. Lauren Ridloff, who exposed the corruption of the Miltons.

At the “Lockdown” premiere on October 2, Daryl and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) rush into the Commonwealth of Nations to prevent Hornsby from pursuing their families, including daughter Aaron Gracie (Annabelle Holloway) and Grimes’ children, RJ (Anthony Azure) and Judith (Kylie) Fleming). As Pamela deals with protesters demanding justice for Sebastian’s crimes—April (Wayne Everett) and other debt-burdened Commonwealth civilians sent to their deaths in a doomed money heist—the Commonwealth goes into lockdown while Mercer (Michael James Shaw) and Rosetta hold off a walker. crowd.

See the pictures in the gallery below. The Walking Dead: The Final Episodes Starts October 2 on AMC and AMC+.


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