Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Lauren Cohan to star in ‘The Walking Dead’ Spinoff
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March 8, 2022 at 8:54 am #247896
The Walking Dead universe is settling the score more greater. Lauren Cohan, who plays character of Maggie with Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays role of Negan. Both the actors are featuring in a New York City-set sequel series that will stream on AMC. The AMC has reported that Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan will star in the series finale of The Walking Dead in the not so distant future with their own series, Isle of the Dead, that will debut in 2023. The series first season will have six episodes. Also, the show is moving to an entirely different scenery. The six-episode Isle of the Dead will be run by Eli Jorné, who has been an author and co-producer on The Walking Dead for a long time and has a general arrangement with AMC Studios.
It turns as The Walking Dead is wrapping up its eleventh and last season. It is the most recent spinoff series for the zombie establishment. The move checks an incredible circle back for Cohan, who initially showed up in The Walking Dead as a repetitive person in Season 2. Tense agreement negotiations toward the finish of Season 8 drove her to just showing up in a modest bunch of episodes of Season 9 and leaving the series in 2018. She returned for the Season 10 finale and resulting last season.
AMC Network’s president announced the spinoff series.
Morgan’s Negan joined The Walking Dead in 6th Season and killed Maggie’s spouse Glenn. However, the two characters are presently collaborated in Season 11 as they head for Meridian. Lauren and Jeffrey recently collaborated in Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, where they portrayed Batman’s guardians. The series, which will release on AMC and AMC+ in 202. It, will be executive produced by Jorné; Scott M. Gimple, who is chief officer of The Walking Dead universe. There had been discussion of a Cohan sequel series since 2019.
President of AMC said in a statement while announcing the spinoff. “This is a very big day for the expanding universe we are building around The Walking Dead. It not only adds another compelling series to this collection, it extends our storytelling around two unforgettable characters fans have grown to love, hate or hate and then love in Maggie and Negan, brilliantly inhabited by Lauren and Jeffrey. It also lets us explore a corner of this universe located on the island of Manhattan, with an iconic skyline that takes on a very different meaning when viewed through the lens of a zombie apocalypse.”