Friday was a great day for Walking Dead fans at San Diego Comic-Con. Ahead of Hall H’s final panel for the main drama, AMC presented attendees with the upcoming show, Tales of the walking deadwhich is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, August 14.
Unlike previous TWD offerings, Tales of the walking dead It is an anthology series, in which each of the six episodes of the first season tells a stand-alone story set in the world of Walking Dead. Although most of these stories focus on new characters—including those played by Parker Posey, Gillian Bell, and Anthony Edwards— Tales of the walking dead It will also see the return of some familiar faces, including Samantha Morton as Alpha.
Morton was present during the SDCC on Friday, along with co-stars Terry Cruz and Danny Ramirez. Actors joined on stage before The Walking Dead Creator’s Tales Scott M. Gimble, showrunner Channing Powell, and executive producer Michael Satrazimes.
During the session, the cast and creators shared a little bit about what fans can expect from the anthology – and what sets it apart from other shows in this universe.
After making it clear that the show was inspired by fan questions, Gimple said, “It leans a little more towards the new.”
We got some little glimpses of what to expect from The Walking Dead anthology in two pre-released trailers. But this was nothing compared to Kamel Tales of the walking dead The trailer, which debuted during Friday’s panel. The trailer shows the different characters dealing with the zombie-infested world in different ways, whether it’s in shape, study – or escape!
It’s been 12 years since then the walking Dead It premiered on AMC, and the network spent most of that time exploring ways to expand the franchise. Tales of the walking dead This is the third sub-chain after . Fear of walking dead And the The Walking Dead: The World Beyond. Two additional spin-offs are in the works: an untitled show centered around Daryl Norman Reedus and Daryl Isle of the Dead, a six-episode series following Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Maggie Lauren Cohan’s Negan. Fans also have the Rick Grimes movie trilogy to look forward to, although updates to this project have been limited since it was announced in 2019. Plus, there are still eight more episodes of the walking Dead to come. The hit show will return this fall to wrap up 11The tenth And the last season.
Of these new and upcoming projects, Tales of the walking dead It is the only one that is not built around pre-existing characters in this world. It will be interesting to see if fans stick with her different approach, but based on what we’ve seen, there’s a lot of promise in the anthology series. And we’re not just saying that because of Parker Posey’s involvement (although that’s a very influential factor).
Walking Tales The first two episodes of Dead will air on Sunday, August 14, on AMC and AMC Plus.
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