THE Walking Dead is ‘set for another huge time jump in season 11’ amid rumours the show has just two series left.
The hit AMC zombie drama's season 10 finale had to be postponed earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While it it set to air later this year, season 11 will reportedly jump forward in time, according to We Got This Covered.
The outlet claims a source close to the show has informed them that at some point in season 11 there will be a "huge" time jump.
While it is unclear when it will fall in the season and how far ahead the story will jump, it wouldn't be the first time the show has used the tactic to move the plot along.
Season nine was set 18 months after the end of season eight, and then in episode five of that season, when Rick Grimes appeared to die in the bridge explosion, the show then jumped forward a whole six years.
While the timeline has remained steady since then, another time jump could see the survivors in a totally different place.
The news comes after rumours started to circulate about season 12 of The Walking Dead being the show's last.
We Got This Covered previously reported that a source close to the show had confirmed AMC will bring the series to a close after its 12th season.
And back in 2014, producer David Alpert revealed the show was planned up until season 12, adding fuel to the new rumours it will be the show's last.
The Walking Dead comics were brought to a shock end by its creator Robert Kirkman last year.
Meanwhile the season 10 finale will see Lauren Cohan return as Maggie Rhee.
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