The 11th season of The Walking Dead is unsurprisingly not coming this October, but there will be more of Season 10 next year, says showrunner Angela Kang. Having revealed that the coronavirus delayed Season 10 finale will air on October 4 earlier today at Comic-Con@Home during the prerecorded TWD panel, Kang just told fans that […]
Fans of “The Walking Dead” will have to wait a while to see how Season 10 wraps up. AMC announced on Tuesday that the Season 10 finale of the zombie drama has been delayed.“Current events have unfortunately made it impossible to complete post-production of The Walking Dead Season 10 finale, so the current season will end with its 15th episode on April 5,” the network said in a statement. “The planned finale will appear as a special episode later in the year.”The episode was originally scheduled to air on April 12.Also Read: AMC Postpones 'The Walking Dead: World Beyond' Premiere DateThe news comes a few weeks after production on “Fear the Walking Dead” and preproduction on Season 11 of “The Walking Dead” were both postponed due to concerns about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. AMC also had to shelve work on its upcoming hybrid-comedy series “Kevin Can F**k Himself.”The network also said last week that it would delay the premiere of the third series in the franchise, “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” until later this year as a result of the pandemic.BREAKING: TheWalkingDead Season 10 Finale will air later this year as a special episode due to post-production delays caused by COVID-19. Details: https://t.co/MIpfICRwGG pic.twitter.com/XCDYttjl8A— The Walking Dead (@TheWalkingDead) March 24, 2020Read original story AMC Unable to Complete ‘Walking Dead’ Season 10 Finale, Episode Pushed to Later in Year At TheWrap
AMC has pushed the premiere date for the third “Walking Dead” spinoff, the network announced Friday.“‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ is moving its premiere date from Sunday April 12th to later this year,” read a tweet from the franchise’s Twitter account on Friday, accompanied by a new date-less poster for the show.The series is one of many being affected by the coronavirus pandemic that has brought film and TV production to a standstill in recent weeks. Though the season had completed filming prior to the production shutdowns, a few of the season’s episodes have post-production work that remain unfinished, according to an individual familiar with the situation.Also Read: Third 'Walking Dead' Series Gets Title and a New Trailer - and Julia Ormond (Video)The decision to hold until later in the year came in response to the way other TV projects and ad sales dollars have been shifted around the calendar as a result of the shutdowns, the individual said.Last week, AMC had to suspend production on its other “Walking Dead” spinoff, “Fear the Walking Dead,” as well as pre-production on the upcoming Season 11 of the flagship show.Co-created by Scott M. Gimple and showrunner Matt Negrete, “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” centers on the first generation raised in the post-apocalyptic world. The series, which is being billed as a two-season limited event, follows two sisters who, along with two friends, leave a place of safety and comfort to brave dangers, known and unknown, living and undead on an important quest.Aliyah Royale, Alexa Mansour, Annet Mahendru, Nicolas Cantu, Hal Cumpston, Nico Tortorella and Julia Ormond star. The series is produced and distributed by AMC Studios, with Gimple, Negrete, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert and Brian Bockrath serving as executive producers.Read original story AMC Postpones ‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ Premiere Date At TheWrap
SPOILER ALERT: This post contains details of tonight’s The Walking Dead Season 10 midseason finale. “There's more story to tell with Michonne within the season coming up, but that’s been one of the things that’s been really fun to work on,” The Walking Dead’s Angela Kang asserts of the much-anticipated departure of Danai Gurira’s sword-wielding […]
If a picture was indeed worth a thousand words, we might actually have a title for AMC's third Walking Dead series. And yet… we only have a half-dozen photos from the as-yet-untitled offshoot. AMC on Thursday released new images from the Spring 2020 premiere, ahead of the series' New York Comic Con panel to be […]
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“The Walking Dead” alum Christian Serratos is in talks to play Tejano music superstar Selena Quintanilla in Netflix’s upcoming biographical series, TheWrap has learned.Written and executive produced by “American Crime” alum Moisés Zamora, “Selena: The Series” was ordered by the streaming service late last year. The project is described as a “coming of age story following Selena as her dreams come true and all the heart-wrenching and life-changing choices she and her family have to make as they navigate success, family, and music.”Netflix declined to comment on the potential casting.Also Read: Selena Quintanilla Scripted Drama Gets Series Order at NetflixThe Quintanilla family was on board to assist in its development and will executive produce the project from Campanario Entertainment. Jaime Dávila, president and co-founder of Campanario Entertainment, will serve as executive producer alongside Rico Martinez, Suzette Quintanilla, Abraham Quintanilla Jr. and Simran A. Singh.Serratos has co-starred on AMC’s zombie drama “The Walking Dead” since its fourth season. The show’s 10th season is set to premiere later this year. Serratos’ previous credits include “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” “The Twilight Saga” and “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide.”Read original story ‘The Walking Dead’ Star Christian Serratos in Talks to Play Selena Quintanilla in Netflix Series At TheWrap
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Nico Tortorella has been cast in the upcoming third "Walking Dead" series, Variety has confirmed. The third series in the AMC franchise will focus on the first generation of kids to come of age during the zombie apocalypse. Tortorella will star as Felix, described as an honorable man of his word who isn’t afraid to fight for […]
Danai Gurira announced at Comic-Con that 'The Walking Dead' Season 10 will be her last, while a movie is coming starring Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes.
Rick Grimes is planning a big (screen) return to the Walking Dead franchise. Following the zombie drama's panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, AMC released a teaser for the first of three upcoming Rick-centric movies, which will be produced by TWD creator Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment and distributed by Universal Pictures. "It's not the […]
AMC announced two more cast members to its third “Walking Dead” series at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday.“The Romanoffs” alum Annet Mahendru and “The Red Line’s” Aliyah Royal have joined the cast as Huck and Iris. The duo joins the previously announced Alexa Mansour, Nicolas Cantu and Hal Cumpston.The untitled series will focus on the first generation to come-of-age in the universe’s zombie apocalypse. Per AMC’s official description of the series, “Some will become heroes. Some will become villains. In the end, all of them will be changed forever. Grown-up and cemented in their identities, both good and bad.”Also Read: 'Walking Dead' Movie to Be Released 'Only in Theaters' (Video)Jordan Vogt-Roberts will direct the series, which is co-created by Scott Gimple, chief content officer of AMC’s “Walking Dead” universe, and franchise veteran Matt Negrete, who will serve as showrunner.The series is slated to premiere on AMC in spring 2020, joining the 10th season of the flagship “Walking Dead,” as well as the newly announced sixth season of “Fear the Walking Dead.” Season 10 of “The Walking Dead” is slated to debut on Oct. 6.The franchise is also set to include a trilogy of movies led by former “TWD” star Andrew Lincoln, which AMC announced for the first time at Comic-Con would be released in theaters instead of on the network.TheWrap is in San Diego all week long for Comic-Con 2019 — check out all of our ongoing coverage here.Read original story AMC’s Third ‘Walking Dead’ Series Adds Annet Mahendru, Aliyah Royale At TheWrap
Rick who? Given that Season 10 of The Walking Dead is confirmed to be Danai Gurira's last, the AMC drama's fall return is sure to focus on Michonne and giving the beloved warrior a proper sendoff. And in the series' first trailer for its upcoming episodes — dropped Friday at the show's San Diego Comic-Con […]
“The Walking Dead” comic book, the source of one of the most successful franchises in television history, has come to an abrupt end: Creator Robert Kirkman made it clear at the end of issue 193 that he is ending the series after 16 years with no warning.The comics provided the basis and inspiration for AMC’s long-running TV show of the same name, which is currently in its ninth season and has spawned two other shows. The end of the comic book raises questions about the future of the show, although the AMC drama has never followed the comic book precisely, and has rather offered its own takes on familiar characters and storylines.“This is the end of The Walking Dead. That’s it… it’s over… we’re done,” Kirkman wrote in the final pages of the comic, which will be released Wednesday.Also Read: AMC Will 'Reevaluate Our Activity in Georgia' If Abortion Law Goes Into EffectKirkman explained his rationale for ending the series without telling readers what to expect.“I’m completely willing to bet some of you are angry over this,” he wrote in a lengthy letter to fans at the end of the final issue. “I get it… I do. I mean… WHY didn’t we announce this so that fans could have some time to prepare?'”“Well… personally… I hate knowing what’s coming,” he continued. “As a fan, I hate it when I realize I’m in the third act of a movie and the story is winding down. I hate that I can count commercial breaks and know I’m nearing the end of a TV show. I hate that you can FEEL when you’re getting to the end of a book, or a graphic novel. Some of the best episodes of Game of Thrones are when they’re structured in such a way and paced to perfection so your brain can’t tell if it’s been watching for 15 minutes or 50 minutes … and when the end comes … you’re stunned.”Kirkman added: “In a way, killing this series has been a lot like killing a major character. Much, much harder… but the same feeling. I don’t WANT to do it. I’d rather keep going… But the story is telling me what it wants and what it needs. This needs to happen. Whether I want it or not.”Earlier Tuesday, Kirkman teased things to come with a tweet: “Details about this issue will more than likely start to leak today. If you’d prefer to not be spoiled, I would recommend being very careful online until the issue is released Wednesday. It’s a big issue in more ways than one.”He added, “You’ve been warned.”He ended the the tweet with the hashtag UnderstatementOfTheYear.The comic series from Image Comics and Skybound Entertainment has published since 2003, while the TV series has been on the air since 2010 and has inspired the recap show “Talking Dead” and the spinoff “Fear the Walking Dead.”AMC, which produces both “The Walking Dead” TV series and the spinoff “Fear the Walking Dead,” promised that the franchise would continue. “This extraordinary comic created a world that already lives in multiple forms, and in the hearts and minds of millions of fans around the world, and will for many years to come,” a spokesperson said in a statement.Read original story ‘Walking Dead’ Dead: Robert Kirkman Ends Comic Abruptly With Issue 193 At TheWrap
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AMC is making good on its promise to continue expanding the Walking Dead universe, with the cabler announcing on Monday that it has ordered a third series set in new “unseen pocket” (read: the future) of the zombie apocalypse. The follow-up to Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead — co-created by franchise overlord Scott M. […]