The Walking Dead: World Beyond is an American drama series falling under the genre of action-horror. The series was developed by Scott M. Gimple and Matthew Negrete under the direction of Lily Mariye and penned by Eddie Guzelian. It can be said to be a sequel to The Walking Dead.
There have been only ten episodes in season 1 of the series, but the episodes were all new and amused its fans greatly, for which season 2 was ordered soon. The series relies upon the comic book by the trio, Robert, Kirkman, and Tony. Production companies filmed the series in Hopewell, Virginia, namely Skybound Entertainment and AMC Studios.
The series released its first episode of season 1 on October 4, 2020, and has immensely excited the fans. The story revolves around four youths who have been saved from the zombie apocalypse and are in their quest for someone who can save the world.
The upcoming episode, episode 8, named Returning Point of The Walking Dead: World Beyond season 2 is all set to premiere on November 21, 2021, at 10 pm ET in the US on AMC.
A Plot that is Speculated
The former episode, named Blood and Lies, can be said to have disappointed its fans but at least have not ended the curiosity or excitement of the fans. Lyla was seen to be investigating bout a man who was associated with the CRM. Her experiment was to check how much time is required to bring him back to life.
Now such experiments, as evident, is not a legal nor good one. Now be sure that several new methods are going to experiment as well in the upcoming episodes. They are not somebody who will easily give up.
The episode will probably focus upon Silas, and thus fans must watch what awaits them. Jadis has successfully secured her rank in the CRM as it was she who got Rick for them. She also believes that Silas might help them in their missions and asks Huck to keep an eye on him. Since no news has yet been leaked about the episode, it will be better if fans watch it and know the rest.
The star members of the series are as follows: Aliyah Royale as Iris; Alexa Mansour as Hope; Joe Holt as Leo; Natalie Gold as Lyla; Jelani Alladin as Will; Ted Sutherland as Percy; Julia Ormond as Elizabeth; Hal Cumpston as Silas; Nicolas Cantu as Elton; Nico Tortorella as Felix and AnnetMahendru as Huck. Maximilian Osinski, Anna Khaja, Madelyn Kientz, and a few more in guest appearance is also to be seen.
Is There Any News of Season 3?
The series The Walking Dead: World Beyond has been praiseworthy and fascinating for its way of the depiction of the story as well as the role of the characters. The series has already demanded a huge number of fans, but as confirmed earlier, there is no season 3.
The second season will comprise ten episodes, the last one releasing on December 5this year. If you are a fan of it, you must be knowing that the series is being wrapped and so must not miss a single episode.