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Why The Walking Dead Dedicated Season 11, Episode 9 To Stephen Campbell




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  • The Walking Dead
    season 11, episode 9, “No Other Way,” lovingly dedicated to Stephen Campbell, a key figure behind the scenes.
  • Campbell, a cinematographer, forged strong relationships with
    The Walking Dead
    cast and crew during his 7 seasons with the series.
  • The episode’s A-plot follows Daryl, Maggie, Negan, Gabriel, and Elijah fighting the Reapers, while its B-plot involves a devastating storm.



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The Walking Dead season 11, episode 9, “No Other Way,” was lovingly dedicated to the memory of Stephen Campbell, and despite being so important to the show, many viewers weren’t aware of his incredible work behind the scenes. Based on Robert Kirkman’s comic books, The Walking Dead follows the trials and tribulations of an ever-expanding group of survivors contending with a zombie apocalypse. They quickly come to the realization that other survivors present a greater threat than the undead. The episode dedicated to the memory of Stephen Campbell, “No Other Way,” was the midseason premiere of the series’ final season.


The A-plot of “No Other Way” sees the ragtag band of Daryl, Maggie, Negan, Gabriel, and Elijah fighting the Reapers for food supplies, while its B-plot sees Aaron and the Alexandrians in the midst of a devastating storm. The episode was written by Corey Reed, who has writing credits on 22 episodes of The Walking Dead and producing credits on 125 episodes. It was directed by Jon Amiel, who also helmed the following episode, season 11, episode 10, “New Haunts.” “No Other Way” is dedicated to Stephen Campbell, a key figure from behind the scenes of The Walking Dead.

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Stephen Campbell Was A Cinematographer On The Walking Dead Who Passed Away In 2021

The Walking Dead Episode Was Dedicated To A Celebrated On-Set Presence

Stephen Campbell's dedication in The Walking Dead


Campbell’s filmmaking career dates back to the 1980s.

Stephen Campbell was a cinematographer on The Walking Dead, widely adored by the cast and crew. His daughter, Aubrie Campbell Canfield, confirmed in a Facebook post (via Express) that Campbell had passed away on November 4, 2021, at the age of 65 at his home in Winter Park, Florida. The Walking Dead had concluded the first half of its final season on October 10, 2021, with “For Blood.”

Campbell was memorialized in the next episode – season 11, episode 9, “No Other Way” – which aired on February 20, 2022. Raised in West Orange, New Jersey, Campbell was a father of five, and a favorite on The Walking Dead set.


Campbell’s filmmaking career dates back to the 1980s. In 1984, he got his big break with a job as a camera assistant on Michael Jackson’s Thriller World Tour. After starting his career in Florida, Campbell moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 2013 to begin working as a cinematographer on The Walking Dead. He ended up staying with the series for seven seasons, forging strong working relationships with key Walking Dead figures like showrunner Angela Kang, executive producer Scott M. Gimple, and star Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who all posted loving tributes to Campbell after he passed away.

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The Walking Dead Also Dedicated An Episode To Hershel Greene Actor Scott Wilson

There Was Another Tragic Loss Among The Walking Dead Cast And Crew

“No Other Way” wasn’t the first episode of The Walking Dead to be dedicated to a beloved member of the team. The Walking Dead season 9, episode 1, “A New Beginning,” was dedicated to the memory of Scott Wilson, the actor who played the wise and quotable Hershel Greene in seasons 2 through 4 of the series. Following a battle with leukemia, Wilson passed away on October 6, 2018 (via The New York Times), at the age of 76 at his home in Los Angeles. Season 9 premiered just one day later on October 7 with a dedication to Wilson.


Hershel’s tenure on the show got off to a rocky start in The Walking Dead season 2. When Rick Grimes and his group sought refuge at Hershel’s farm, he was initially reluctant to help them. However, he eventually warmed up to Rick and became an invaluable member of the group, acting as its moral compass. The Governor was solidified as a truly despicable villain when he killed Hershel in cold blood. Five seasons later, Hershel was still remembered as one of The Walking Dead’s most important (and most lovable) characters and, like Campbell, Wilson was honored with a dedication after his passing.

The Walking Dead Season 11 Poster

The Walking Dead

Based on one of the most successful and popular comic books of all time, AMC’s The Walking Dead captures the ongoing human drama following a zombie apocalypse. The series, developed for television by Frank Darabont, follows a group of survivors, led by police officer Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), who are traveling in search of a safe and secure home. However, instead of the zombies, it is the living who remain that truly become the walking dead. The Walking Dead lasted for eleven seasons and spawned several spinoff shows, such as Fear the Walking Dead and The Walking Dead: World Beyond.
 

Cast
Steven Yeun , Andrew Lincoln , Chandler Riggs , Laurie Holden , Jeffrey DeMunn , Sarah Wayne Callies , Melissa McBride , Norman Reedus , Jon Bernthal , Iron E. Singleton

Release Date
October 31, 2010

Seasons
11

Streaming Service(s)
Netflix , AMC Plus

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