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‘The Walking Dead’ season 9 release dates, cast, episodes: Complete guide

The Walking Dead season 9 has ushered in a whole new era for the TV series, and we’ve got all the episodic information, quotes, and analysis you need right here!

Premiere Date | Episode Guide | Cast | Quotes

The Walking Dead has been a must-watch TV series on AMC since it debuted in 2010. Though interest from fans has waned over the years, due in part to numerous character deaths, the series remains one of the top rated shows on TV.

Currently in its ninth season, The Walking Dead has strayed more and more from the comics. It’s left fans with an entity that stands on its own as AMC looks to expand the series to original movies for some of the fan favorites. The first spinoff film will star Rick Grimes.

Here’s everything you need to know about The Walking Dead season 9:

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 15 air date

On the next episode of The Walking Dead the group finds a wagon that’s clearly been searched through and immediately worry the Whisperers are to blame! TWD season 9, episode 15, “The Calm Before,” will air on March 24, 2019.

The Walking Dead season 9 premiered on October 7, 2018 and airs weekly on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on AMC! It is available for streaming via the AMC app and via the network’s website. AMC occasionally allows new episodes to be streamed for free without any cable credentials.

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9 episodes

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 1, ‘A New Beginning’

Rick and his group make a risky run into Washington, D.C. to search for artifacts they will need to build the civilization he and Carl envisioned. Read our review of “A New Beginning”.

Aired October 7, 2018

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 2, ‘The Bridge’

The communities join forces to restore a bridge that will facilitate communication and trade; someone is gravely injured at the construction site. Read our review of “The Bridge”.

Aired October 14, 2018

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 3, ‘Warning Signs’

A mysterious disappearance from the work camp threatens Rick’s vision for the future. Read our review of “Warning Signs”.

Aired October 21, 2018

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 4, ‘The Obliged’

Rick’s vision of a civilized future is threatened by a sudden reckoning with past sins that remain unavenged and unforgiven. Read our review of “The Obliged”.

Aired October 28, 2018

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 5, ‘What Comes After’

Rick is forced to face the past as he struggles to maintain the safety of the communities and protect the future he and Carl envisioned. Read our review of “What Comes After”.

Aired November 4, 2018

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 6, ‘Who Are You Now?’

The Survivors encounter unfamiliar faces outside the safety of their community’s walls and must decide whether or not this new group can be trusted. Read our review of “Who Are You Now?”.

Aired November 11, 2018

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 7, ‘Stradivarius’

Carol seeks out an old friend living alone in a wilderness teeming with walkers; survivors make the perilous trek to a new home. Read our review of “Stradivarius”.

Aired November 18, 2018

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 8, ‘Evolution’

A small rescue mission braves a dangerous herd in their hunt for a missing comrade, only to discover a surprising threat that could doom them all. Read our review of “Evolution”.

Aired November 25, 2018

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 9, ‘Adaptation’

The group unmasks a disturbing and dangerous new threat. An escaped captive revisits his past. Read our review of “Adaptation”.

Aired February 10, 2019

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 10, ‘Omega’

Another arrival at the Hilltop Colony reveals information about the leader of a hostile new group of savages. A party searches for Alden and Luke.

Aired February 17, 2019

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 11, ‘Bounty’

The savage group led by Alpha confronts the Hilltop in a harrowing attempt to retrieve her daughter; a supply run for the Kingdom turns into a dangerous quest.

Aired February 24, 2019

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 12, ‘Guardians’

While one community struggles to ease tensions that threaten to divide from within, the true nature of another group comes into focus; a mission to rescue a friend has deadly consequences.

Airing March 3, 2019

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 13, ‘Chokepoint’

Daryl’s daring rescue mission forces Alpha to unleash a group of her own to retrieve what belongs to her, even if the price is paid in blood; the Kingdom’s plans to reunite the communities are put in jeopardy.

Aired March 10, 2019

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 14, ‘Scars’

An outsider’s arrival forces Alexandria to rehash devastating old wounds; eye-opening secrets from the past are revealed.

Aired March 17, 2019

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 15, ‘The Calm Before’

The fair at the Kingdom is underway, with all four communities coming together in celebration for the first time in years; while some pacts are renewed, other deals will come at a much steeper price.

Airing March 24, 2019

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9, episode 16, ‘The Storm’

In the aftermath of an overwhelming loss, the communities must brave a ferocious blizzard; as one group deals with an enemy from within, another is forced to make a life or death decision.

Airing March 31, 2019

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9 cast

Andrew Lincoln as Rick
Norman Reedus as Daryl
Lauren Cohan as Maggie
Danai Gurira as Michonne
Melissa McBride as Carol
Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan
Alanna Masterson as Tara
osh Mcdermitt as Eugene
Christian Serratos as Rosita
Seth Gilliam as Father Gabriel
Ross Marquand as Aaron
Katelyn Nacon as Enid
Tom Payne as Jesus
Xander Berkeley as Gregory
Khary Payton as King Ezekiel
Pollyanna McIntosh as Anne/Jadis
Avi Nash as Siddiq
Alden as Callan McAuliffe

‘The Walking Dead’ season 9 quotes

Michonne: I’m glad you won your election.

Maggie Greene: I’m glad I grew up on a farm.

9×01, “A New Beginning”

Negan: [to Rick] When it finally goes to shit — and it will — make sure you come back and you tell me all about that day, too.

9×02, “The Bridge”

Rick Grimes: No, it’s the right thing to do. The future belongs to all of us now.

Daryl Dixon: How do they all get this future? And Glenn don’t, or Abraham, or Sasha, all the people the Kingdom lost, Hilltop, Oceanside. You ever think about what they want? What they’d do if they could?

Rick Grimes: Yeah, I do. I have. For a long time I wanted it too, maybe more than anyone. But killing each other, when the world already belongs to the dead, it’s not the way, not anymore.

9×03, “Warning Signs”

Daryl Dixon: I’d die for you. And I would’ve died for Carl. You know it. But you gotta hear me. You’re chasing something for him that ain’t meant to be, man. You just gotta let him go.

Daryl Dixon: Let him go.

Rick Grimes: I never… I never asked anyone to follow me.

Daryl Dixon: I know, I know. Maybe you should’ve.

9×04, “The Obliged”

Rick Grimes: They — they’re all dead.

Sasha Williams: Yeah. I know. And it’s okay.

Rick Grimes: How can it be okay? How can — How can this be okay?

Sasha Williams: Because you did your part. Like I did mine. Like the others did before us.

9×05, “What Comes After”

Negan: Wait a minute. Where you going? I thought you wanted my help.

Judith Grimes: I do, but just with math.

Negan: Why just math?

Judith Grimes: Because it doesn’t matter if you’re a good or bad person on the inside. The numbers don’t care.

9×06, “Who Are You Now?”

‘The Walking Dead’ in memoriam

Rick: Technically Rick isn’t dead, everyone just thinks he is. After being wounded while trying to escape a horde of walkers, Rick sacrificed himself to blow up a bridge and stop them from getting to the communities. He didn’t die though — Jadis actually had him picked up by a chopper to whisk him away to somewhere unknown.

Gregory: Gregory was finally killed off when Maggie decided to have him publicly hanged after he tried to plan her murder.

Jesus: In a case of an actor getting tired of not having his character written well, Tom Payne decided to leave The Walking Dead. His character was killed off after being stabbed by a whisperer.

Arat: Was another case of execution for her crimes by the Oceanside community.

‘The Walking Dead’ analysis

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