The undead will not be denied. AMC Networks has reached interim agreements with SAG-AFTRA that will allow three of its highest-profile series to resume production: Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire and the yet-to-premiere The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon and The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live.
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Per Deadline, the deals that have been struck are specific to these three shows, not a blanket agreement between AMC Networks and the actors’ guild. AMC Networks, which produces the dramas via AMC Studios, confirmed the waivers to our sister site but didn’t comment further. Of note: AMC Networks is a member of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers but is not among the studios involved in negotiations to resolve the strike that began in July.
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Interview With the Vampire, which ceased work on its second season last month, can now pick up where it left off filming in (primarily) Prague. Season 1 of the France-set Daryl Dixon, the fifth spinoff in the Walking Dead franchise, is set to premiere on Sunday, Sept. 10, at 9/8. Production on the six episodes that make up its freshman season is long over, but the show, which stars franchise OG Norman Reedus, has already been renewed.
The Ones Who Live, the limited series that will reunite Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira as star-crossed lovers Rick and Michonne, won’t be out until 2024. When the strike started, all that was left to do was some post-production including ADR (automated dialogue replacement). Get a tease of the show below.
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