The Walking Dead: World Beyond, a new spin-off that will expand the Walking Dead universe, will not be premiered on AMC on April 12th. The announcement has been made through the official Twitter account of the series as you can see here below.
The Walking Dead: World Beyond is moving its premiere date from Sunday April 12th to later this year.
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— TWDWorldBeyond (@TWDWorldBeyond) March 20, 2020
According to Deadline‘s information, the shooting of the series is over but the post-production was still in progress when the companies involved had to close due to the coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19). The new release date for The Walking Dead: World Beyond has not yet been announced.
As a reminder, this new Walking Dead spin-off will take the form of a two-season mini-series and will focus on a group of young people who have only known this post-apocalyptic world populated by zombies. AMC says that some will become heroes, some will join the bad guys’ side, but in the end, they will all be changed forever. The Walking Dead: World Beyond will feature Annet Mahendru (The Americans), Aliyah Royale (The Red Line), Nico Tortorella (Younger), Joe Holt (The Punisher), Nicolas Cantu (Le Monde Incroyable de Gumball), Aaron Snyder and Christina Marie Karis (The Resident).