The Walking Dead Show Me More BTS feature video

The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 8 - Photo Credit: Josh Stringer/AMC
The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 8 - Photo Credit: Josh Stringer/AMC /

A new feature video, Show Me More, is featured on The Walking Dead YouTube channel featuring some fantastic BTS footage of season 11. The series is hosted by Clarke Wolfe, host of TWDUniverse on Twitch.

The video is titled Show Me More (Pt.1) | Behind the Scenes of The Walking Dead Season 11, leading us to believe there will be more videos to come. This is fine by us because this was a unique look into the making of part 1 of season 11.

It is an amazing look at what goes into making our favorite series and all of the hard work put in by everyone involved.

The Walking Dead Show Me More

The video features commentary from Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Norman Reedus, Callan McAuliffe, Seth Gilliam, Lauren Cohan, Josh McDermitt, Eleanor Matsuura, Michael James Shaw, Khary Payton, Ross Marquand, Marek Dobrowolski – production designer, Angela Kang – showrunner, Greg Nicotero – director/SFX/EP, Sharat Raju-director, Monty Simons – stunt coordinator and many other members of the crew.

The scenes in the subway tunnels were filmed in Griffin, Georgia, in an old tannery factory. The crews created 300 yards of tunnels for the actors to journey through as well as all of the train cars.

The video also shows a much better picture of the mural Daryl discovers in the tunnel. Reedus and Dobrowolski discuss the meaning of this mural in more depth and liken it to the Dutch artist Hieronymus Bosch’s famous work titled The Garden of Earthly Delights.”

We get an up-close and personal view of the scene where Daryl blows up the walkers in the train cars. Very gooey and gory. All of the actors agree that the details of these tunnel scenes were highly detailed and impressive.

We also see more of how they created the Commonwealth set and some more information about that community.

One of the best segments is the creation of the ferals from “On the Inside.” Greg Nicotero shared that a lot of the inspiration came from the film The People Under the Stairs that he did with Wes Craven and a cut scene from The Exorcist. 

The battle at Meridian is quite impressive to see everything that went into making this scene.

The content of this feature is impressive. We see a lot of commentaries and BTS footage, “make of” details, and actors telling us their thoughts as things were being filmed. The feature shows fans’ reactions and a bit of a sneak peek into part 2 of season 11.

My only question is, why haven’t we had this since the beginning of the series?

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The Walking Dead returns to AMC on February 20, 2022, with part 2 of the eleventh and final season.