If you’re a zombie fan, I’m sure at some point you’ve heard of The Walking Dead. From its ever-growing roster of characters to his heartbreaking deaths to its truly terrifying zombies, The Walking Dead has gone down in history as one of the leaders in prime-time zombie drama. But, this universe is not only The Walking Dead more.
Oh no, this world is much bigger than this small group that we met in the quarry in 2010.
If you’re like me and looking for the next best thing The Walking Dead world has to offer, it’s all to come The Walking Dead From TV shows and movies, stories about our favorite characters to brand new tales we’ve never seen before.
Fear The Walking Dead, Season 7, Part 2 – Now Streaming
I remember when Fear the living dead debuted in 2015, I thought that was the the stupidest idea for The Walking Dead suddenly having fallout, thinking it would never last.
Oh, how the tables have turned.
As of this writing, April 2022, Fear the living dead is currently airing its seventh season, with the second half airing on April 17. While there were many confusing parts on the seventh season premiereI hope that the second part of this season will answer all these questions that we have been asking ourselves for ages.
The Walking Dead, Season 11, Part 3 – Fall 2022
You know, as someone who watched this show from the beginning, it’s weird to think that it’s ending after I had so many memories and made friends just watching this show. However, The Walking Dead will end with part 3 of season 11.
There’s no set premiere date as to when we’ll see all of our favorite characters together for the last time, but it will debut in fall 2022. Part 2 finale, “Acts of God”, Premiering on April 10, it will take time for the team to release the final eight episodes of this iconic series before we say goodbye to the survivors we all love.
That is, until another spin-off comes along. Because let’s be honest, this universe isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Tales Of The Walking Dead – Summer 2022
Have you ever wondered what The Walking Dead would it be like an anthology series? It’s like that Tales of the Living Dead will surprise us. This upcoming limited series (there is could be a season 2 if all goes well), will air in the summer of 2022.
The date hasn’t been announced yet, but I’m sure we’ll have more information on what those stories might be soon. However, it has been confirmed that they will take place in the Walking Dead universe and feature both “established” and new characters. Several stars have signed on for the six-episode series, including Terry Crews, Jillian Bell and more, so it won’t be long before we see some new people jumping into the world of walkers and survival.
Isle of the Dead – 2023
One of my favorite characters from The Walking Dead has always been Negan. Not only is he one of best villains in the series, but he is one of best anti-heroes on tv right now. So color me surprised when I found out they were going out with a brand new spin-off starring my favorite villain and one of my long-time favorite female characters, Maggie, called Isle of the Dead.
I mean, talk about a pairing. The two are mortal enemies but have such an odd dynamic in season 11 that I can’t help but wonder what’s going to happen next with a spinoff. But, what still makes me After excited is the frame.
We’re finally bringing New York into the apocalypse, guys.
As someone who grew up not far from New York – and who watched The Walking Dead for many years – one of my biggest complaints was that they never went to this metropolis but seemed to go everywhere else. And now, not only do we get a working duo, but we see a new framework that is sure to knock us down. It is expected to air in 2023, but no official release date has been confirmed yet.
Untitled Daryl & Carol Spinoff – TBA
I am for Moments of friendship between Daryl and Carol in The Walking Dead. These two hold such a special place in my heart, as they are the only two survivors of the original series from the first season. And, it’s no surprise that AMC went in that direction, with a spin-off focusing only on them, once The Walking Dead finished.
When it was announced that season 11 of The Walking Dead would be his last, it was also announced simultaneously that these two fan favorites would also have their own series. The Daryl and Carol spin-off doesn’t yet have a name or set premiere date. But, I have a feeling that because these two characters are so popular, it wouldn’t be surprising if we got updates about them when the final part of Season 11 airs. ‘a matter of time now before we can see more Daryl badass moments.
Untitled Rick Grimes Films – TBA
Last but not least, we have the one thing everyone is talking about – When the hell are we going to see Rick Grimes again after leaving of season 9 of The Walking Dead?
Many fans are wondering if he might make an appearance in the final part of The Walking Dead for old times sake, especially with Andrew Lincoln reuniting with Norman Reedus in Georgia in 2022. However, it was announced years ago with his release that there would be a trio of Theatrically released films focused on Rick Grimes and what happened to him after Jadis picked him up from that helicopter in the Season 9 episode, “What Comes After.”
Even though we’ve been waiting for these movies for a while, there have been some delays. Greg Nicotero confirmed that he had seen some of the drafts of the scripts and that they wanted get “just what it takes”, so it might be a while before we see Rick’s story end – or maybe notwe’ll see exactly what happens.
Either way, it’ll be a fun day to The Walking Dead community when we finally get an update on what’s going on, and I for one can’t wait to find out. I miss Rick even though I love all the characters from The Walking Deadso seeing his films would almost feel like a sense of closure.
As a fan of The walking dead, I’m excited to see what new stories the creators and cast plan to bring to the walker world I grew up in. I’m also a little nervous, because the last thing I want is to have too many stories at once to keep track of.
Either way, whenever these shows or movies come out, I’ll be sitting in my seat with popcorn, waiting to watch.