It all started with ex-sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes waking up from the zombie apocalypse, and now it’s ended with… well, that would be messing things up, wouldn’t it? But yes, you read correctly: The Walking Dead is about to wrap up its 12-year run on the air with the conclusion of its 11th and final season, which airs in the US on Sunday (November 20).
But if you’re worried about how you’ll get your usual dose of undead from now on, don’t despair: The Walking Dead is ready to rise again. In addition to ongoing spin-offs fear of the walking dead and he still not canceled tales of the walking deadthere are plans underway for the continuation of the TWD franchise in the form of several new projects, which means that hordes of walkers will continue to fill our screens and/or nightmares for some time to come.
This is what comes next from the twisted world of The Walking Dead…
How many shows do you currently compose? The Walking Dead universe?
There are two derivatives Living Dead series on the air, but more are planned
With the original series nearing its end, that means only two TWD shows – the aforementioned fear of the walking dead Y tales of the walking dead – will be currently active.
Fear… wrapped up its seventh season in June, but filming for season eight is already underway in Savannah, Georgia (marking a relocation from Texas) with a 2023 airdate expected.
The eighth season will “reinvent the show a little bit,” director and executive producer Michael E. Satrazemis said on the companion show. Talking Dead: The Walking Dead Universe 2022 Trailer special in august. “Getting a new palette to work with, visually, and a lot of those kind of low country beach areas as the background, that’s something our characters [will] browse.”
The anthology series tales of the walking dead, which featured “six original life-or-death survival stories featuring an all-star cast of new and familiar characters facing off against the walker apocalypse,” debuted in August before wrapping up in September. However, it is not yet known if a second season of Stories… has received the green light for TWDAMC network.
It’s also worth noting here that spin-off The Walking Dead: The World Beyond, which debuted in 2020, ended its planned two-season run in December 2021. “It’s not like, ‘Oh, we’ll see what happens in Season 6’ or whatever. We are going to do two seasons. It will be 20 episodes in total.” world beyond showrunner and co-creator Matt Negrete said ew in 2020. “It’s a challenge, because there’s a lot we need to fit into those 20 episodes. But, at the same time, it’s great to approach it knowing what you’re working for.
So what’s next in The Walking Dead universe?
A host of familiar faces are at the forefront of new projects…
The original TWD The series may no longer exist, but that doesn’t mean we’re done with our characters just yet.
Let’s start our summary with The Walking Dead: Dead Citystarring Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan reprising their roles as Maggie and Negan respectively and wandering the zombie infested streets from… New York City? The frenemies will reunite in the new series directed by Eli Jorné, which will air in April 2023 and “imagines Maggie and Negan traveling to a post-apocalyptic Manhattan long cut off from the mainland,” according to an official description from AMC. . “The city in ruins is full of the dead and inhabitants who have made New York City their own world full of lawlessness, danger, beauty and terror.”
Do you want more? Well, how about another spin-off of the original TV series that focuses on Daryl, everyone’s favorite crossbow-wielding biker? Noble Daryl Dixonthe action will cross the pond to France when Daryl (played by Norman Reedus) somehow ends up in Paris after the events of The Walking Dead. The big question of “how the hell did Daryl get to France in the middle of a zombie apocalypse?” will be addressed, it seems: “[Daryl] he wakes up and finds himself somewhere on the European continent and tries to piece together what happened,” AMC Chairman Dan McDermott recently said of the premise of the new show. “How did you get here? How is she going to get home?
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While Clémence Poésy and Adam Nagaitis have been cast as the leads of the new show alongside Reedus, one actor who won’t appear is Melissa McBride, who plays Carol in TWD. Initially, the spin-off focused on Daryl and Carol, but McBride left the project in April. as “relocating to Europe became logistically unsustainable for Melissa.” However, Reedus has teased that the “familiar faces” will return in Daryl Dixon, set for a 2023 release.
And last but not least is the long awaited Rick and Michonne Serie. First announced in 2018 as a film series, the six-episode project, which will reunite Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira (also credited as co-creator and co-writer) in their title roles, has since been reduced to a spinoff television series that will take place in a new, previously unexplored location.
Billed as an “epic love story,” a synopsis of Rick and Michonne says: “This series presents an epic love story of two characters changed by a changed world. Separated by distance. For an unstoppable power. By the ghosts of who they were. Rick and Michonne are thrown into another world, built on a war against the dead…and ultimately a war against the living. Can they meet and learn who they were in a place and situation unlike any they have ever known before? They are enemies? Lovers? victims? Winners? Without each other, are they alive, or will they discover that they too are The Walking Dead?
production in Rick and Michonne will start in January, and the show will become the third TWD spin-off that will debut in 2023. The end of The Walking Dead? Some might say it’s just getting started…