Watch a scene from season 8 episode 11 of AMC’s The Walking Dead titled ‘Dead or Alive Or’ before the show airs on Sunday, March 11, 2018.
All-Out War continues on The Walking Dead as the survivors continue to fight for their lives and their freedom against Negan and The Saviors despite the heavy loss recently suffered in Alexandria.
Fans who are curious to see what will happen next are in for a treat since AMC has always been great at giving viewers a sneak peek into the next installment of the story. Next week, it will be season 8 episode 11 titled ‘Dead or Alive Or’.
Check out a scene from episode 811 which will air on Sunday, March 11, 2018 as shared on the official YouTube channel of AMC:
The clip titled ‘The Fight Ain’t Over’ opens with Daryl, Rosita, Tara, and others walking through the woods.
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Rosita stops Daryl to ask where everyone is. She says that they stopped because they needed rest. Daryl agrees to stop for 10 minutes to allow them to rest up before they continue heading to The Hilltop and offers to make sure they aren’t being followed. Rosita goes with him.
Tara asks Daryl why Dwight is still alive. He says that it is because the fight isn’t over and they could use him on their side for now despite Tara saying that they should kill him right now. Rosita hammers the point home.
Before joining Daryl to cover their tracks, Rosita says that they just lost Carl and can’t gamble with more lives while Dwight watches from the background and seemingly knows that they are talking about him.
What did you think of this sneak peek at season 8 episode 11 of AMC’s The Walking Dead titled ‘Dead or Alive Or’? And are you excited for the episode on March 11, 2018? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.