The Walking Dead Season 11: This is what happened to Dan Fogler’s character Luke

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The Walking Dead” finally brings back a long-lost character in season 11. Luke makes a reappearance in The Walking Dead season 11. We reveal how he’s fared since his last appearance in the season 10 finale.

  • Since the finale of “The Walking Dead” season 10, we haven’t seen Luke from Magna’s group again.
  • Now he reappears in episode 22 of season 11, after Oceanside has been taken by the Commonwealth.

Dan Fogler, who most probably know as bumbling Jacob Kowalski from the “Fantastic Beasts” series, has also played the role of Luke since season 9 of “The Walking Dead.” However, the boyfriend of Magna, Yumiko, Connie and Kelly has not been seen since the season 10 finale. However, we finally know what happened to him.

In episode 21 of season 11, he reappears, along with his girlfriend Jules. He must have been living in Oceanside the whole time. Now the settlement has been taken by the Commonwealth and the two are on the run. In the process they meet the group around Aaron.

Luke and Jules were just on a tour to gather supplies for Oceanside. When they returned, the Commonwealth soldiers had already invaded. Luke wanted to fight, but Rachel (the leader of Oceanside) sent Luke and Jules to warn the other Virgina settlements.

The fact that Fogler has made himself pretty scarce so far and Luke’s fate simply hasn’t been addressed is, of course, also due to the fact that the actor has been hired for several time-intensive projects in the meantime. In addition to “Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets” he also shot the Paramount+ series “The Offer”.

It’s likely that Luke will now reappear to pick up loose narrative threads. We may also see Heath again in the final episodes after he simply disappeared in season 6. The big series finale of “The Walking Dead” will be shown on Disney+ and on November 21, 2022.

The Walking Dead Season 11: Part 3 starts on Disney+ – then the series finale rises

The Walking Dead Season 11: This is what happened to Dan Fogler's character Luke

Part 3 of the 11th season of “The Walking Dead” starts on Disney+. From October 3, a new episode will start weekly on the streaming service. Also, the series finale of “The Walking Dead” can be seen already on Disney+ from November 20, 2022.

The 11th season of “The Walking Dead” is starting its final third, bringing the final episode of the zombie series ever closer. On these dates, the final episodes of the series start.

That those who are dead live longer is an important basic rule in “The Walking Dead” that helps the living survive. After 11 seasons, however, the AMC series itself will probably be laid to rest: with the third part of the repeatedly paused last season, the final episodes of the hit series will premiere on Disney+.

The first episode of the last third of season 11 will start on October 3, 2022, and the remaining seven episodes will then go online on Disney+ at weekly intervals. Until November 21, 2022 – that’s when the big series finale of “The Walking Dead” is scheduled.

And even if the main narrative comes to an end, the TWD franchise is definitely not really dead in view of the spin-offs and sequels that have already been created and are still possible – just as you would expect from sensible zombie content.

The Walking Dead Season 11: The last episodes come to Disney+

The Walking Dead Season 11: This is what happened to Dan Fogler's character Luke
The Walking Dead Season 11 © AMC

October 3, 2022: Season 11, Episode 17
Oct. 10, 2022: Season 11, episode 18
Oct. 17, 2022: Season 11, episode 19
October 24, 2022: Season 11, Episode 20
October 31, 2022: Season 11, Episode 21
November 7, 2022: Season 11, Episode 22
November 14, 2022: Season 11, Episode 23
November 21, 2022: Season 11, Episode 24 (Finale)

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