The Walking Dead: It’s War with the Commonwealth in Images from Final Episodes
“You pursue the Miltons, they’ll smash you,” cautioned Lance Hornsby (Josh Hamilton) in the trailer for The Walking Dead’s last eight episodes. In new pictures from Season 11 (returning October 2 on AMC), the conflict with Commonwealth puts Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride), and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) on the bleeding edges. April’s “Demonstrations of God” middle of the season finale saw the Commonwealth’s tricky Deputy Governor recruit Leah (Lynn Collins) to take out Maggie and assume control over Hilltop, just for AWOL officer Daryl to thwart his arrangements and shoot Hornsby in the face. Hornsby then, at that point, took the external networks forcibly — putting Hilltop, Oceanside, and Alexandria under Commonwealth military occupation.
New pictures from FOX España TV (where The Walking Dead airs universally, returning October 3) show the legends taking the battle to Hornsby and the Commonwealth’s most memorable family: Governor Pamela Milton (Laila Robins) and her ruined child Sebastian (Teo Rapp-Olsson).
While Maggie, Daryl, Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam), and Aaron (Ross Marquand) endeavor to extricate those actually living inside the Commonwealth, Carol, Eugene (Josh McDermitt), and Rosita (Christian Serratos) are among those still inside and managing the aftermath of Connie’s (Lauren Ridloff) report uncovering the Miltons’ debasement.
In the October 2 middle of the season debut, “Lockdown,” Daryl and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) hurry to the Commonwealth to prevent Hornsby from pursuing their families, including Aaron’s little girl Gracie (Anabelle Holloway) and the Grimes youngsters, RJ (Antony Azor) and Judith (Cailey Fleming). As Pamela manages protestors requesting equity for Sebastian’s violations — he sent April (Wynn Everett) and other obliged Commonwealth regular people to their demises on a bound money heist — the Commonwealth goes into lockdown while Mercer (Michael James Shaw) and Rosita battle off a walker crowd.
See the pictures in the exhibition underneath. The Walking Dead: The Last Episodes start October 2 on AMC and AMC+.