SDCC@Home: Maggie Returns In The Walking Dead’s Season 10 Finale, COVID-19 Delays Season 11

During Comic-Con@Home, AMC did not leave fans of The Walking Dead universe hanging. The network presented new looks at The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, and the newest spin-off in the universe, The Walking Dead: World Beyond.

All of that probably helped ease the news that due to COVID-19, The Walking Dead will not be able to air season 11 in its regular October timeslot. However, showrunner Angela Kang announced that the delayed season 10 finale isn’t exactly a finale anymore. AMC has ordered an extra six episodes to air following “A Certain Doom,” which is scheduled for Sunday, October 4 at 9pm. Check out an extended clip from that episode below.


The clip is a celebration of the episode finally being released after having previously been delayed because of the coronavirus. And the big news is the return of Maggie (Lauren Cohan), who has been absent from the show since season 9. 

Following the season 10 “finale,” is the premiere episode of The Walking Dead: World Beyond, another spin-off set in the same universe. During Comic-Con@Home, an extended trailer was released. 


Not to be outdone, the original Walking Dead spin-off, Fear the Walking Dead announced their sixth season will premiere on Sunday, October 4 at 9pm. Cast member Lennie James will make his directorial debut and fellow cast member Colman Domingo will direct his third episode in season six. Check out the new trailer below.


In addition, Domingo’s digital series, Bottomless Brunch at Colman’s, has been picked for up an additional six episodes. The 20-minute video-chat show, which Domingo hosts from his home in Los Angeles, returns on Sunday, August 23 on and

Stephanie Coats