‘The Walking Dead’ is coming to an end




AMC launched on Wednesday that it is bringing the gathering to an end. The current is set to conclude after an expanded 24-episode eleventh season that will air over two years.

It anticipated that the gathering will end in 2022.

Loyal viewers of the current won’t have to mourn the end too prolonged, though.

AMC said it has greenlit an at current untitled spin-off starring Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride, who performs Daryl Dixon and Carol Peletier. That current is set to premiere in 2023 with the current “Walking Dead” showrunner Angela Kang on the helm. Kang co-created the current with Scott M. Gimple, a chief content material materials officer of “The Walking Dead” universe.

“We have a lot of thrilling stories left to tell on ‘TWD,’ and then, this end will be the beginning of more ‘Walking Dead’ — brand new stories and characters, familiar faces and places, new voices, and new mythologies. This will be a grand finale that will lead to new premieres,” Gimple said in a press launch. “Evolution is upon us. ‘The Walking Dead’ lives.”

“The Walking Dead” premiered in 2010 and at one degree was one in all many most-watched collections on television.

In addition to the mothership current, “The Walking Dead” universe at current incorporates two television spin-offs (“Fear the Walking Dead” and the forthcoming “The Walking Dead: World Beyond”), a chat current (“Talking Dead”), a lot of web assortment and upcoming motion pictures starring Andrew Lincoln.

AMC said Gimple is creating an episodic anthology assortment referred to as “Tales of the Walking Dead,” as well as to totally different initiatives contained in the “Walking Dead” universe.




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