‘The Walking Dead’: More Commonwealth, Maggie-Negan Dynamics and Whisperers? in episode 11×05

‘Out of the Ashes’ (11 × 05) premieres next Sunday, September 19 on AMC and simultaneously on FOX Spain, which will premiere the dual version the next day.

The first part of season 11 of The Walking Dead reconnects with some survivors we were looking forward to seeing in the episode next Sunday, September 19, ‘Out of the Ashes’ (11 × 05), which will be broadcast on AMC and simultaneously at dawn from the FOX Spain network. It seems that we will have to wait a bit to find out how Daryl’s (Norman Reedus) story continues now that he has been reunited with Leah (Lynn Collins) and that he has been baptized as one more member of the Reapers, but the good news is that the fifth chapter of the final season takes us back to the Commonwealth and also to the Hilltop.

This is revealed by the trailer for ‘Out of the Ashes’ (11 × 05), which in its last frame also surprises us with a mask that we thought we would not see anymore. In addition, AMC has also launched a official episode synopsis, which, although brief, allows us to get an idea of ​​what to expect from it.

The people of Alexandria meet squatters on the Hilltop. Eugene’s group undergoes orientation in the Commonwealth

Here’s everything you need to know about next Sunday’s episode:

A NEW VISIT TO THE COMMONWEALTH

Ever since the Commonwealth was first introduced in Season 10 of The Walking Dead, we’ve been looking forward to getting to know it better and seeing the survivors strolling its streets. Advanced like none before we have seen to date, Eugene, Yumiko, Ezekiel and company will be discovering the place, a place where you can find a bakery full of delicious ‘cupcakes’ still in full apocalypse.

In the trailer we see how Eugene explains to Stephanie that they can’t stay, that they have to help their friends, while she offers to help them too. So perhaps this is the beginning of the arrival of the rest of the survivors to the place, since, as we see, the situation in the communities of survivors that they once built with the sweat of their brow begins to be unsustainable.

MAGGIE AND NEGAN, MUTUAL TRUST

Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) will continue to save each other’s lives when we see them again.

The only way this works is if we trust each other

This is what Negan assures, who in the first episodes aired abandoned his enemy to his fate to later save her life later. And, as revealed by a clip of the episode also shared by AMC, both will be having a most interesting conversation. She, for her part, has nothing clear that she should trust her husband’s murderer, while he is convinced that it is the only way for the two to remain alive. However, when he asks her why she hasn’t murdered him yet, she replies that she wonders the same thing every day.

Sure, the dynamic between Maggie and Negan gets interesting.

BACK TO HILLTOP AND MORE WHISPERERS?

As the synopsis warns, Carol (Melissa McBride), Aaron (Ross Marquand), Jerry (Cooper Andrews), and Lydia (Cassady McClincy) return to the Hilltop, but the place is infested with Walkers and completely devastated by fire after the War against the Whisperers. Of course, that’s how they discover one of the characteristic masks that they used to wear posing as the undead. The creeps.

Despite the fact that Alpha and Beta are no longer a threat, the survivors continue to feel the consequences of the war and the horde that Beta led to Alexandria has led them to an unsustainable situation of hunger and lack of resources.

WHEN IT PREMIERES?

The fifth episode ‘Out of the Ashes’ (11 × 05) premieres next Sunday, September 19 on AMC and simultaneously on FOX Spain, which will premiere the dual version the next day.

After its broadcast, three episodes will separate us from the end of this first part, in which we hope they can part with the Reapers forever. As you know, season 11 of The Walking Dead It will consist of 24 chapters and will be divided into three parts of 8 episodes. The next two will see the light of day at AMC in 2022, the year in which the series says goodbye forever.