The Walking Dead season 9 is probably one of the most awaited shows on TV right now. The show was in the hot seat early because of Andrew Lincoln’s rumored leave in the show’s next season (which was later confirmed to be true). Significant changes are coming next season, and are you ready for it? Here are the things that we know so far in The Walking Dead season 9.
The Walking Dead Season 9 Release Date And Trailer
The Walking Dead has a tradition of airing its season premieres every October, and it has been going on for almost a decade. This year’s season premiere is not an exception; it’s just a little earlier than the usual. Instead of the usual one when the first episode is released in the middle or near end of October, The Walking Dead season 9 will be aired on October 7, 2018.
The Walking Dead Season 9 will have a total of 16 episodes. However, the first eight episodes will be the part one of the season, with the part two expected to be released early next year. Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) and Lauren Cohan (Maggie Rhee) will be expected to leave the season after the first part.
The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode Guide
The first part of The Walking Dead season 9 is coming this October 7, 2018, and is expected to end on November 25, 2018. Here is the episode list and the air date for the next season.
- “A New Beginning” – October 7, 2018
- “The Bridge ” – October 14, 2018″
- “Warning Signals” – October 21, 2018
- “The Obliged” – October 28, 2018
- “What Comes After” – November 4, 2018
- “Who Are You Now” – November 11, 2018
- “Stradivarius” – November 18, 2018
- “Evolution” – November 25, 2018
As per the future seasons, Executive Producer David Alpert said last 2014 that the series still have enough materials for Rick Grimes for the next seven years or for the next three years as of now. But since Andrew Lincoln decided to exit the show, the prospect of future seasons is hard to predict at this moment.