The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 11 Release Date & Spoilers

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 11 Release Date, Spoilers, And Photos

The Walking Dead season 8 episode 11 continues our journey post-Carl (Chandler Riggs), and we aren't entirely sure how to deal. All we know is that no one is safe. Need more details on the next episode? We don't blame you! Since TWD returned, we've been on the edge of our seats with fear. Here is everything you need to know about The Walking Dead season 8 episode 11, from the episode's release date to spoilers. Find out who's in danger and who goes blind in episode 11. And yes, you will be devastated. Good luck, Walking Dead fans!

If you love The Walking Dead, buy season 8 on Amazon or iTunes to catch up on this season and watch new episodes as they air on AMC!

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 11 Release Date And Time

Before we get to the juicy stuff, here are the basics so you can watch The Walking Dead season 8 episode 11 online or live on television. So, when and where does episode 11 premiere? Well, you can watch the new episode of The Walking Dead on Sunday, March 11, 2018 at 9/8c on AMC. Nice, right? If you want more details on where to watch episode 11 of The Walking Dead season 8, go here.

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 11 Spoilers

If you were looking for The Walking Dead season 8 episode 11 spoilers, we've got you covered. In the episode, titled "Dead or Alive Or," things aren't going so well for Daryl, as he finds himself in bad company as he goes to the Hilltop. Meanwhile, Maggie has to make some difficult decisions at the Hilltop, and Gabriel's faith is tested. Need more teasers before we jump into some major spoilers? Watch the trailer for episode 11 below!

The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 11 Promo Trailer

So, without further adieu, here are spoilers for the newest episode! This is your final warning! If you want to go straight to photos of the episode, just skip the next two slides.

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 11 Spoilers: Who Dies?

We're terrified for both Father Gabriel and Harlan Carson, as reported by Metro. In a spoiler report by The Spoiling Dead Fans, which is a fan forum on the show, it looks like everything goes wrong for Gabriel and Carson on their journey to Hilltop.

The Saviors catch up to the two, and they're not too happy with the two escapees. So, what happens? We've got some major news. According to Metro, Carson dies at the hands of the Saviors. But, wait, there's more.

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 11 Spoilers: Who Goes Blind?

Before Carson dies, he reveals some information about Gabriel's illness which is basically a death sentence in TWD. It looks like Gabriel is slowly going blind. But, can it be reversed? Can Gabriel be healed before going completely blind? Carson doesn't know. But, we definitely hope so. Or we're going to have to say goodbye to yet another character. Though, it looks like no one is safe for the rest of season 8. Although we obviously knew this (Cough Carl Cough) here's what Tom Payne, who plays Jesus, had to say about the possible deaths coming up in season 8.

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 11 Spoilers: Who Else Will Die In The Walking Dead Season 8?

In an interview with Express.co.uk, Payne hinted at the change in dynamics after Carl's death, both on and off screen.

"You can predict certain things from the comic books and certain things have happened and played out," Payne said. "But it really does change everything up. For everyone." Payne also mentioned that Carl's death shocked everyone, making it clear that no one on The Walking Dead cast was safe from death. "If Carl dies, then anyone's fair game," Payne added. "We all definitely thought that he was never going to die."

Who do you think might die by the end of season 8 of The Walking Dead?

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