Watch episode watch times on Star+ TV News

Watch episode watch times on Star+ TV News

After two weeks “forgotten” by Disney, Brazilian fans will finally be able to watch a new episode of Season 11 of The Walking Dead on the same day it airs in the United States. Late this Sunday (5), the third chapter of the saga will be available on Star+, streaming last week in Brazil.

consulted by TV news, the company did not report the exact time when the new episode would enter the catalog, but predicted the release “a few hours after the US airing” – that is, it would not be possible to watch it before 11:00 PM (Brasilia time). ), according to Star + itself.

To attract customers to the platform, Disney opted to launch The Walking Dead’s 11th year on an online-only service. Thus, the series ceased to broadcast in real time on the Star channel (formerly Fox), as it used to be. On pay TV, episodes were shown between 10:30 pm and 11:30 pm – during North American summer time – or even at night.

Star+ was launched last Tuesday (31) in Brazil and is available for all seasons of the zombie drama. Netflix has the top ten and will not offer new episodes to its subscribers.

Despite beginning its 11th year in 2021, The Walking Dead doesn’t end until next year. With 24 chapters, the ending of the plot will be divided into three parts: the first begins on August 22 and runs through October.

How much does Star+ cost?

The new service costs R$32.90 in the monthly plan, while the annual package costs R$329.90. The combo for those who subscribe to Disney+ costs R $ 45.90 per month.

In Season 11 of TWD, Lauren Cohan’s return to the cast promises a revolution in zombie drama. Maggie, the actress’ character, hates Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) for killing Glenn (Steven Yeun) and is unwilling to forgive. For Dean Morgan, the conflict will have the end results, and one of the two will have to die.

Watch the trailer below:

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About the author: Will Smith

Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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