The Walking Dead season 10 is finally coming to Netflix
July 14, 2021, 12:48 | Updated: July 14, 2021, 13:27
The 10th season of the hit zombie series hasn’t been available to stream for some time on the platform, but now has a Netflix release date.
The walking dead has had fans seized since its debut in 2010.
The hit series – which takes place after a global zombie apocalypse has taken place and stars people like Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus and Danai Gurira – entertained audiences for over a decade.
However, the show has also generated a lot of frustration among its fans, with extra-long series, production delays due to the pandemic, and confusion as to where and how it is available to stream.
For many, especially in the UK, The Walking Dead season 10 has been hidden behind a pay wall, but now Netflix finally plans to release its 10th and penultimate season in 2021.
Find out where you can watch The Walking Dead Season 10, upon its release and which will return to the cast.
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Where can I watch The Walking Dead Season 10?
The Walking Dead Seasons 1-10 is currently available to watch on Disney Plus, while Season 10 can be hired on Amazon Prime. However, it will be available to stream on Netflix starting July 26.
When will The Walking Dead season 10 be on Netflix?
Season 10 of The Walking Dead will be available on Netflix from July 26.
How many episodes does The Walking Dead season 10 have?
Season 10 of the hit series has 22 episodes.
Who will return to the cast?
TWD 10 sees the return of Norman Reedus like Daryl, and Melissa McBride like Carole, Danai Gurira like Michonne, Christian Serratos as Rosita, Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan and more.
Is The Walking Dead coming back for an 11th season?
It has been confirmed that TWD will have an eleventh season and this will be its last. However, the spirit of the series will continue to live on in its spinoff.
Scott Gimple, director of content for The Walking Dead franchise, said, “It’s been 10 years since ‘Gone bye’; what awaits us are two more to come and stories and stories to tell beyond.
“What is clear is that this show was on the living, produced by a passionate cast, team of writers / producers, producers and crew, bringing the vision presented by Robert Kirkman to life in its brilliant comic – and backed by the best fans in the world.
“We still have a lot of exciting stories to tell TWD, and then, this end will be one more beginning Walking Dead – new stories and new characters, familiar faces and places, new voices and new mythologies. It will be a grand finale that will lead to new firsts. Evolution is upon us. The living dead live. “
Last month, Entertainment Weekly also shared a post showcasing the final season in photos.
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