The Walking Dead: World Beyond is a forthcoming series of 2010 The Walking Dead franchise. Season 1was made by Scott M. Gimple and Matthew Negrete that debuted on AMC on October 4, 2020. The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 will be the final season of the series. Its Season 1 finale aired 3 months back. The news of Season 2 finally came out that it is in production. Season 2 will have 10 episodes in total.
Executive Producer of the show Scott.M.Gimpie announced the renewal of World Beyond: Season 2 on January 7, 2020. But due to Covid Pandemic, the production process slowed down. AMC announced that Season 2 will probably air in the year 2021 because the filming is already in the process.
Story of The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2
The Walking Dead: World Beyond dives into an unused story that takes after the primary era raised in a surviving civilization of the post-apocalyptic world. Two sisters decide to go on a journey with two companions without knowing what they might unleash on the vital journey.
This adventure may cause some mishappenings with them, waking the known or unknown dead. Along with this, some dangerous pathways may also unravel these four kids. With the separation of the protagonist, one can probably expect their reunion. Although, for season 2 we do not know what can come in their way.
- Aliyah Royale as Iris Bennett
- Alexa Mansour as Hope Bennett
- Hal Cumpston as Silas Plaskett
- Nicolas Cantu as Elton Ortiz
- Nico Tortorella as Felix Carlucci
- Annet Mahendru as Jennifer Mallick
- Julia Ormond as Elizabeth Kublek
Matt Negrete on Season 2
Matt Negrete, the showrunner of the series had some interesting remarks about World Beyond: Season 2. He said, “We always were thinking of this two-season aspect of the show as two very different feeling chapters of one complete book. That’s one way I look at it. For me, it’s really about there’s a lot that we want to get through in season 2.”
Negrete said, concluding, “I think the scope’s going to be a lot bigger, and they’re going to be wrestling with the fate of much bigger things — let’s put it like that — in season 2.”
There has not been any official trailer for The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 yet.
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