The second and final season of The Walking Dead: World Beyond, a spin-off series of The Walking Dead, has been given a premiere date: October 3.
The date was revealed this Saturday (24), during Comic-Con@Home. At the beginning of the panel, a new video for the series showed some new faces.
At the meeting, executive producer Matt Negrete talked about the decision to end the series. “Scott and I have always viewed the series as a closed, shorter story,” he said. “It’s always nice to know your ending and to work toward it. It’s very satisfying.”
The series tells the story of the first generation that grew up in the face of the zombie apocalypse through the unique point of view of a group of young people – sisters Iris (Aliyah Royale) and Hope (Alexa Mansour) and their friends Elton (Nicolás Cantú) and Silas (Hal Cumpston) – who, in search of answers about life and the world, leave their safe and comfortable place to face the living and undead dangers of this universe.
The series also stars Annet Mahendru as Huck, Nico Tortorella as Felix, and Julia Ormond as Lieutenant Colonel Elizabeth, the leader of the CRM, a para-military organization working on a controversial project to rescue society.
The Walking Dead: World Beyond is produced by AMC Studios. Matt Negrete is the showrunner and executive producer alongside Scott Gimple.