AMC Reveals First Photos from the New “Walking Dead” Series
The show still does not yet have a title, but it certainly has zombies.
By Chris Morse
Growing up can be hard, but growing up only knowing the zombie apocalypse is a whole different story. That’s what the new Walking Dead series aims to take on as it prepares to give us a fresh new perspective on the end of the world.
Still untitled as of this time, the first photos from the new show have been released by AMC and offer an early look at the characters and settings. Have a look below for all of the new images!
The series has yet to be given a title, but it will follow two young female protagonists who have come of age knowing only this outbreak, which should lead to some fairly unique storytelling. They will be joined by various friends and other youth as they seek out to discover themselves and the world around them.
Starring in the new spinoff show is Alexa Mansour (Unfiltered: Dark Web) as Hope, Nicolas Cantu (The Good Place) as Elton, Hal Cumpston (Bilched) as Silas, Annet Mahendru as Huck, and Aliyah Royale as Iris. Also on board for the series is Nico Tortorella (Scream 4) and Joe Holt (The Punisher). The show is set to debut sometime this spring, but further details are not yet available at this time.
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