After a longer wait than usual, The Walking Dead is back on our screens. The season will focus on the community of Alexandria, which is in desperate need of food and supplies – but things are starting to spiral out of control.
The drama airs on AMC in the US – but just how can UK viewers catch up on previous episodes, as well as newer ones?
We’ve rounded up everything you need to know to watch The Walking Dead here in the UK – you can also see our article on how to watch Black Widow at home.
When does The Walking Dead season 11 start?
Season 11 of The Walking Dead has started rolling episodes out now. You can watch them over on Disney Plus.
You can watch the official trailer below:
How to watch The Walking Dead in the UK
The Fox Channel is now no longer available here in the UK. Instead, shows have been moved to Star, a new brand on Disney Plus that has content from the likes of Hulu.
The Walking Dead is one of the flagship shows to move over, and thus Star subsequently has exclusive rights to all new episodes in season 11. Subscribers can also watch all previous ten seasons.
If you’re not signed up to Disney Plus, you can do so on the website for either £7.99 a month, or £79.90 for the year. There are also ways to get Disney+ for free.
Disney+ also gives you access to hit MCU shows such as Loki, all the Star Wars movies and shows and all seasons of The Simpsons.
How to watch The Walking Dead without a subscription
An alternative method of watching The Walking Dead is to purchase individual episodes or a season pass.
As a rough guide you’re looking at £1.99 per episode in standard-definition, and £2.49 in high-definition, while an entire season costs £24.99 in SD and £29.99 in HD. However, Amazon does offer slightly cheaper prices.
Buy The Walking Dead episodes at the following outlets:
- Amazon Prime (earlier seasons are available free with Prime membership)
- Google Play Movies & TV
Like all popular TV series and films there will be people uploading The Walking Dead torrents or hosting illegal streams of the programme, but we won’t advise you on these here.