As is the case every year, the very first trailer for the new season of AMC’s "The Walking Dead" will premiere out of San Diego Comic-Con, and ahead of tomorrow's trailer premiere we've learned when the new season will premiere on AMC.
Announced on "The Walking Dead" official Facebook page, Season 10 will premiere on Sunday, October 6th at 9pm.
The logline for Season 10 at this time is, "In the fight against the Whisperers, there’s no going back."
"Things are going to pick up with a little bit more of a time passage, not a giant one like we’ve had, but winter will be over and people will be going to be in a different emotional space," showrunner Angela Kang recently teased. "I’m working on the premiere, and we’re gonna, I don’t know… I’m crazy. I was like, ‘Let’s just do snow’ which is actually impossible to do. So there’s other stuff in [the season 10 premiere] where I’m like, I must be psychotic, because let’s just do more stuff we’ve never done on this show that feels impossible. That’s part of the fun of the show."
She continued, "Obviously, there are some problems to be worked out with the Whisperers, these crazy neighbors that come in and out and cause chaos in their world. That’s something to play out, and obviously there will be other storylines that are kind of intersecting with all of this. It’s always fun to have more than one thing going on at once. We’ll find out how this radio voice, what they have to do with our people and their world. We’re having fun working on the pieces of this season, so hopefully it will go well. I’m knocking on a lot of wood."
Check back with us tomorrow for the trailer premiere!