AMC remains committed to its Walking Dead spin off.
The basic cable network used its time in front of fans Friday at San Diego Comic-Con to hand out renewals for Walking Dead spin off dead city, with Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, as well as his next film directed by Norman Reedus Daryl Dixon series.
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“This next chapter in the Walking Dead universe continues to thrive with a terrific inaugural season for ghost town and a highly anticipated new journey for fan-favorite character Daryl Dixon coming this September,” said AMC Entertainment President Dan McDermott. “We look forward to bringing ghost town fans return to the epicenter of Manhattan for more zipline action with Maggie and Negan. And, ahead of its debut, we’re excited to dub Daryl as we bring the apocalypse to France, transforming Notre-Dame, Pont du Gard and other iconic locations into an apocalyptic landscape unlike anything we’ve seen before.
Daryl Dixon, which was originally set to star Reedus and fellow fan-favorite Melissa McBride (Carol), won’t premiere until September 10 on AMC. ghost townmeanwhile, follows the adventures of Maggie and Negan and ends its six-episode first season on Sunday.
Both shows are part of the enlargement Walking Dead franchise which also includes the second half of the eighth and final season of the first spin-off, Fear the living dead (due Oct. 22) and The Walking Dead: Those Who Live, which features star stars Andrew Lincoln (Rick) and Danai Gurira (Michonne) and bows out on a date to be determined next year. This latest series was originally envisioned as three feature films, but was turned into a six-episode “limited” series that may or may not have more than one season, per source. The franchise created by Robert Kirkman also had a season of Tales of the Living Dead, an episodic anthology that remains open for additional episodes should allow franchise creative lead Scott M. Gimple to craft more stories for the property. younger series The Walking Dead: World Beyondran for two seasons and completed its run.
The Walking Dead the franchise remains the cornerstone of AMC’s scripted slate, which also includes Dark Winds, Interview with the Vampire, Mayfair Witches, Orphan Black: Echoes, Parish And Lucky Hank, among others.
On Friday, AMC also released official trailers for TWD: Daryl Dixonthe second half of the eighth and final season of Fear TWD and a teaser for TWD: Those who live. And as a bonus, a teaser of season 2 of Anne Rice Interview with the Vampire. Watch them below.
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