The Walking Dead: the World Beyond – postponed the premiere date
AMC has announced the postponement to a date to be decided (by the end of the year) for the premiere of The Walking Dead: the World Beyond, which was initially planned for the 12th of April; the reason is obviously linked to the worrying expansion of the Coronavirus, which has prevented the most recent work on post – production and advertising campaign.
The Walking Dead: the World Beyond is moving its premiere date from Sunday April 12th to later this year.
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The Walking Dead: the World Beyond will focus on the first generation to have grown up in the scenario zombie-apocalyptic. Some become heroes, others as “bad”, but in the end all will be forever changed. Grown and consolidated in their identity, good or bad. In our country, the series will be available on Amazon Prime Video.
In the cast of Natalie Gold (Succession, The Land of Steady Habits") in the role of Lyla, a mysterious figure that operates in the shadows for the cause in which he believes, At the Calderon (Step Up: High Water) in the role of the Boat; Scott Adsit (Veep, 30 Rock) in the role of Tony; Ted Sutherland (Fear Street, Rise) in the role of Percy.
Co-created by Scott M. Gimple and showrunner Matt Negrete, the series is produced by Gimple, Negrete, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert and Brian Bockrath
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