AMC Reveals Episode Titles, Synopses for The Walking Dead Season 11

It’s only two months until the premiere of The Walking Dead season 11. To pump up the fans, AMC has dropped the names of the episodes from the first from the three eight-episode airing blocks which will conclude the show that first aired on Oct. 31, 2010. Season 11 will start with “Acheron: Part I,” followed by “Acheron: Part II.” Then, “Hunted,” “Rendition,” “Out of the Ashes,” “On the Inside,” “Promises Broken” and “For Blood” will follow. The producers have also debuted a script page from Angela Kang and Jim Barnes. It doesn’t reveal much, but you can see it below:

Most importantly, AMC dropped the synopses for the first couple of episodes in Season 11. Kevin Dowling directed the first one from the above script from Kang and Barnes. The official synopsis for “Acheron: Part I” reads:

“Returning to Alexandria from a critical food mission, the group realizes it isn’t enough. Maggie proposes a new plan, potentially a suicide mission. What choice do they have? They must find more food for all their people in order to survive and efficiently rebuild Alexandria. If they don’t, Alexandria falls, taking them down with it. Once on the road, a violent storm erupts forcing them underground into a subway tunnel. As nerves fray and suspicions increase, chaos ensues. The terror is relentless as our people get a glimpse of what Maggie and her group endured prior to returning to Alexandria. Meanwhile, those captured by the strange soldiers are relocated to another undisclosed location.”

“Acheron: Part II” will also see Dowling as director and Angela Kang and Jim Barnes as writers. The official synopsis reads:

“The group discovers a member did not make it to safety inside the subway car. Surrounded by walkers, going back out into the tunnel to search is a guaranteed death wish. All eyes are on Negan as the rule of survival shifts. It is no longer No Man Left Behind. The motto now is We Keep Going. With very little ammo and energy remaining, the group must ready themselves as the walkers have found a way inside the subway train. Meanwhile, Daryl is in his own intense hellish situation trying to find Dog and finding more than he expected; and Yumiko challenges the process at the Commonwealth outpost, which threatens her future and that of Eugene, Ezekiel, and Princess.”

The Walking Dead season 11 premiere will debut on Sunday, Aug. 22.

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