AMC’s full-length zombie drama The Walking Dead is coming to an end after season 11, but like the titular ghouls, the popular horror franchise is far from over. In addition to the complementary series Fear the walking dead Y The Walking Dead: The World Beyond, there are a handful of spin-offs in the works, including one that focuses on fan-favorite characters, Daryl (Norman reedus) and Carol (Melissa McBride) currently scheduled to premiere in 2023.

Talking to Collider’s Steve Weintraub about his upcoming Amazon animated series Invincible, The Walking Dead Renowned comic book co-creator and writer Robert Kirkman shared some details on the list of upcoming projects in his blockbuster zombie universe, starting with some of the plans for the recently announced anthology series. Tales of the walking dead. Kirkman revealed that the spinoff will have shorter seasons than the flagship series and is in the works now:

“I can say that it will definitely not be 16 episodes … But it will be a smaller season, it’s already underway … I mean, we are hopeful that it will last beyond the first season. There is no kind of limiting what we’re doing, we’re just trying to make the best season possible to start and see how things go from there. I think it’s a great opportunity to explore a lot of different aspects of the Walking Dead universe, so we can jump on and on. back in time, and also doing things that are very different from what we’ve done on The Walking Dead so far. So I think it’s going to be a really cool show, but we’ll see how things go. ”

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Fans of the spin-off are arguably more eager to hear about Daryl and Carol’s continued adventures, and while Kirkman was unable to divulge much, he did indicate that the show is still on track to begin production after season 11 of. The Walking Dead wraps up:

“All I’m going to say is that Carol and Daryl are a big part of the show’s eleventh season, and the show’s eleventh season is an extended season that is much longer than past seasons of the show. And so [showrunner Angela Kang] and everyone is working hard on that right now, and the Carol and Daryl spin-off is something that I think will increase production closer to the end of the show’s eleventh season, which we’re very knee-deep in. at this time. . ”

When asked if the Daryl & Carol show already had a title, Kirkman shyly sidestepped and said, “I think the ‘Daryl and Carol’ rhyme is great. ‘Daryl and Carol and Carol and Daryl and Carol,’ is great. Look, there is the main topic. Do you need another title? Maybe not. “It looks like we will have to wait a little longer for the official title of that one to be revealed.


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Finally, Kirkman scoffed that a Living Dead A spin-off may be in the works in another language, set in a different part of the world:

COLLIDER: Something I’ve wondered about is, have you ever talked about making a Living Dead series in another language, in another part of the world? he Fear the walking dead I did a bit of Mexico and stuff, but I’m talking about The Walking Dead: Spain or The Walking Dead: Paris. Something in that sense, where it is a completely different country and a different language.

KIRKMAN: Yes, I will answer that question by looking silently over my coffee cup. (takes a sip of coffee) It’s entirely possible.

COLLIDER: Right. So this could be something that’s coming up?

KIRKMAN: (laughs) Could be! Could be.

COLLIDER: I don’t know, I think that could be really cool.

KIRKMAN: I think it will! Possibly! Maybe! We’ll see.

You can watch the clip above to see how Kirkman answers this, and come back soon for the full interview. Invincible premieres March 26 on Amazon Prime Video.

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