Alexa Mansour as Hope, Aliyah Royale as Iris, Hal Cumpston as Silas, and Nicolas Cantu as Elton on The Walking Dead: World Beyond.Photo: Jojo Whilden/AMC
Fans of The Walking Dead have been waiting for its latest spin-off since it was announced last year, an anticipation that’s only grown since a couple of intriguing trailers dropped. Then, The Walking Dead: World Beyond’s planned April debut was postponed—but today’s virtual Comic-Con panel brought all kinds of news about the younger-skewing new series.
First of all, the show—now teased as a “two-season limited event”—will finally be premiering on October 4, the same night the delayed season 10 finale episode of The Walking Dead will finally hit the airwaves; as we learned earlier today, Fear the Walking Dead will be back for its sixth season starting October 11.
The World Beyond panel kicked things off with a new teaser that offered new glimpses of the series:
And here’s the full panel!
The Walking Dead: World Beyond premieres October 4 on AMC.
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