AMC just revealed the details about the unnamed title of the ‘The Walking Dead’ spinoff.
The original show was started back in 2010 and wrapped up its 9th season with any of the cast members barely remaining. Its recent season’s finale episode got the lowest ever views.
It seems now the network is trying to bring up ways to gear up its undead offering.
Set to release on 2020, the series will be co-created by the chief content officer, Scott Gimple and Matt Negrete.
Matt Negrete has been serving both as a writer and producer for the past five seasons.
The new series will center around two young female protagonists and the hook will be seen as who remains good and who turns evil.
— The Walking Dead (@TheWalkingDead) April 8, 2019
AMC network’s programming President expressed his excitement for the show, saying, “We’re thrilled that the Dead will keep walking into a new corner of the post-apocalyptic world, a corner that will present stories and characters unlike any that The Walking Dead has dramatized thus far, and that is bound to excite one of the most passionate fanbases in television.”
Furthermore, he appreciated the contributions of Scott Gimple and Matt Negrete as they have played their roles successfully as a chief content officer and a writer respectively.
Negrete too shared his excitement for being a part of the show.
He added, “It’s an honor to work with Scott and all the Dead folks at AMC in this new capacity.”
Scott Gimple said in an interview with EW, “I am thrilled to work with Negrete and tell stories unlike we have seen before taking our first into a large world.”