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The Walking Dead Season 10 Part B: When is the zombie hit coming back?

Posted: 21 February 2020 4:30 pm
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After an agonizing wait, The Walking Dead continues the war with the Whisperers.

The worst thing about The Walking Dead? That we're expected to wait patiently for a couple of months between episodes in the middle of an ongoing season. Alas, as far as Season 10 is concerned, the wait is finally over, with new episodes scheduled to debut this February. Since Episode 8 ended on quite a few cliffhangers, this is definitely great news for longtime fans of the zombie series.

Despite suffering through some cast shake-ups and bumps in quality over its extensive run, The Walking Dead remains a treat for fans of the genre, featuring kick-ass action scenes, excellent character moments and bonkers plot twists. Whether you're looking forward to new episodes or are eager to give the show a chance for the first time, here's everything you need to know to tune in.

The Walking Dead Season 10B release date

In Australia, new episodes of The Walking Dead Season 10B start airing Monday, 24 February, on Fox Showcase. A new episode will premiere every Monday at 2PM AEDT.

Where to watch The Walking Dead Season 10B

Foxtel is your go-to source for The Walking Dead content. Episodes air on Fox Showcase, which is part of the Foxtel Plus channel pack. Subscribers can watch new episodes live on TV or on demand with a Foxtel subscription. Seasons 1-9 are also available on demand.

Alternatively, you can watch The Walking Dead with Foxtel Now, the telco's streaming platform.

What is The Walking Dead about?

If you're new to the series, The Walking Dead follows a group of survivors during a zombie apocalypse, who need to band together and find a way to survive. That's putting things simply, as plenty of developments occur over the course of the first ten seasons of the show.

In Season 10B, we're likely going to keep following the war with the Whisperers. At the end of the midseason finale, Daryl and Carol, among others, were trapped in a cave with a horde of zombies, so it will be interesting to see how they manage to pull through. Alpha seems to have recruited Negan to her side, and Michonne sailed away with Virgil, looking for better weapons.

Who stars in The Walking Dead?

The main cast of The Walking Dead currently includes Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Christian Serratos, Samantha Morton and Jeffrey Dean Morgan – to only name a few.

However, Gurira will depart the show in the back half of Season 10, so we should expect some sort of resolution for Michonne sometime soon. Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie, will return to the series starting with Season 11, but there's a good chance we'll get to see her again this season as well.

Is The Walking Dead any good?

Yes. The show currently has an overall 81% score on Rotten Tomatoes, with the last couple of seasons particularly strong. So far, Season 10 has earned praise for delivering compelling stories and exciting adversaries for our heroes to confront.

Despite the name, The Walking Dead is still alive and kicking, proving to be a treat for both longtime fans and newbies. Moreover, the show scored an early renewal for Season 11, so it's not going anywhere.

Foxtel details

The Walking Dead airs on Fox Showcase, part of the Foxtel Plus base channel pack which is $49 a month. The pack comes with 50+ channels of entertainment, drama, lifestyle, new, docos, reality and more. Subscribers get the iQ4 box, which lets you record live TV and enjoy content in 4K video quality. Users can also stream content from their channel packs live or on demand with the Foxtel GO app.

Fox Showcase is also available with Foxtel Now, the telco's streaming service that lets you watch Foxtel channels live and enjoy content on demand, all through the Internet. You can watch The Walking Dead with the Essentials pack, which costs $25 a month. New users get a 10-day free trial. Check out the best shows on Foxtel Now to get started with the service.

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