It’s a season full of surprises, and some of them can be quite interesting.
The most obvious one for fans is that the new “Walking Dead” season starts on September 12.
The episode, titled “Welcome to the Party,” is the first of five that will air on Sunday, Sept. 15, with the remaining episodes airing on Sunday nights the following week.
The show has been very much on hiatus from the rest of the season, but there will be plenty of “Weddings, Bridesmaids, and Engagement” episodes to look forward to.
The other major surprise from the “WALKING DEAD” cast is that Rick Grimes is no longer the lead of the show.
Instead, we’ll see Negan, who will be played by the actor who played Rick in the first season, Eugene Peterson.
Peterson, who plays a character called “Spartan” in the season premiere, has been working as a stuntman in the film “Wolves of New York,” which will be released later this year.
In the meantime, fans will be able to find new “The Governor” masks, which are being produced by the Walking Dead creative team.
There’s a new version of the “Governor” mask that will be available for purchase from retailers.
“The governor” mask will be worn by Negan.
The “Waking Dead” crew is also making an appearance at Comic-Con International: San Diego this weekend.
“Wake of the Dead” will premiere Sept. 22 on AMC.
The film will be directed by J.J. Abrams, who wrote the pilot script.
“We are very excited to be returning to AMC, which has become a home for great stories and amazing actors, and we are looking forward to returning to the big screen for the third season of ‘The Walking DEAD,'” AMC president Jim Alsbury said in a statement.
“Rick, Negan and their fellow survivors will be joined by the cast of ‘Walking DEAD’ to return to the series and bring a whole new cast to the world of AMC.”