'The Walking Dead' now has 6 spin-off shows. Here they all are.
"The Walking Dead" ended an 11-season run in 2022 but has spawned many spin-off series.
"Fear the Walking Dead" will kick off its final, eighth season starting on May 14.
There are three more shows on the way in the next two years, including a Rick and Michonne series.
"Fear the Walking Dead" has been renewed for a final, eighth season, premiering in May.
Following a completely different group of survivors who started off in California, "Fear TWD" is currently in production on its eighth season.
Morgan (Lennie James), Dwight (Austin Amelio), and Sherry (Christine Evangelista) from "The Walking Dead" all crossed over at various points on the spin-off.
Most recently, the series welcomed back Kim Dickens after the show seemingly killed her protagonist, Madison, off years ago.
The show's final season will follow Madison and Morgan as they're taken to the mysterious PADRE group where they're going to try and rescue baby Mo and escape back to their larger group.
The show's final 12-episode season will kick off on AMC and AMC+ on May 14.
Maggie and Negan are also getting their own show in June called "TWD: Dead City."
AMC announced Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan will also get their own six-episode spinoff series.
Originally called "Isle of the Dead," the show will follow the unlikely pair as they travel to "a post-apocalyptic Manhattan long ago cut off from the mainland" in search of Maggie's missing son, Hershel.
Fans were surprised by the news since it pairs Maggie back with the character who famously killed her husband, Glenn, on "The Walking Dead."
Filmed in both New Jersey and New York, the show will feature "the country's largest herd of zombies" and will include landmarks ranging from the Statue of Liberty to the Lincoln Tunnel and the Empire State Building.
You can see the first photos of the show here. "Dead City" will premiere on June 18 at 10 p.m. on AMC and AMC+. Subsequent episodes will air at 9 p.m. every week.
A Daryl Dixon spin-off, starring Norman Reedus, will premiere later this year.
"The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon" was originally supposed to feature Daryl (Norman Reedus) and bestie Carol (Melissa McBride) with "TWD" showrunner Angela Kang set to oversee the spin-off.
AMC previously confirmed to Insider in a statement that Melissa McBride departed the upcoming spin-off. According to the network, "relocating to Europe became logistically untenable for Melissa at this time."
With the series moving abroad, Kang will now only serve as an executive producer on the show.
"The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon" will follow Daryl as he mysteriously washes ashore in Paris, France, and "struggles to piece together how he got there and why" on his journey to get home.
During an October 2022 appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", Reedus teased, "I don't go there on my free will."
"We'll, like, destroy the Louvre and stuff. It's gonna be nuts," Reedus said of the iconic art museum.
In January, AMC announced "Daryl Dixon" will debut later this year. If it follows the old "TWD" schedule, it will debut in October.
Michonne and Rick are returning to the "TWD" universe in their own show in 2024.
Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira surprised fans at San Diego Comic-Con 2022 to announce their return to the universe. The actors left the series on seasons nine and 10, respectively.
Initially, Rick's journey was set to continue in a trilogy of "TWD" movies, which is no longer happening.
According to a press release, the Michonne and Rick series will "begin with six episodes," making it seem like there's potential for this to be more than a limited series.
Lincoln and Gurira will serve as executive producers on the series with "The Walking Dead" chief content officer Scott M. Gimple serving as showrunner.
Originally scheduled for release this year, AMC announced at the Television Critics Association winter press tour panel that the show, which will continue Rick and Michonne's "epic love story," has been pushed back to 2024.
Filming for the series will take place in New Jersey and Atlanta, Georgia.
You can watch Lincoln and Gurira surprise the Comic-Con crowd here.
"The Walking Dead: World Beyond" finished its two-season run in 2021.
Taking place a decade into the zombie apocalypse, the limited series shed more light on the Civic Republic Military, the mysterious group who took Rick (Andrew Lincoln) away on season nine of "TWD" in a helicopter along with Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh).
Star Nico Tortorella previously told Insider that "World Beyond" would help connect to the Rick Grimes' movies, which will now be a series.
Though the show never hinted at Rick's whereabouts, McIntosh reprised her role as Jadis on the show's final season as a leader of the CRM.
In doing so, the show may have subtly hinted that the group will have a future showdown with the Commonwealth's massive army that was introduced on "TWD."
An anthology series called "Tales of the Walking Dead" debuted last August.
The six-episode first season focused on new and former characters in the world of the original "TWD" series, including Samantha Morton's Alpha.
Terry Crews, Olivia Munn, Anthony Edwards ("Inventing Anna"), Parker Posey ("Lost In Space"), and Poppy Liu ("Dead Ringers") appeared on the series, which was led by "The Walking Dead" and "Fear TWD" writer and producer Channing Powell.
The series has yet to be renewed or cancelled.
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