IMDb TV has announced the future addition of The Walking Dead to its streaming catalog as well as featuring a new channel with other TWD related content, according to Screen Rant. Despite the recent cancellation of The Walking Dead following the 11th season, the new channel dedicated to the long-running apocalyptic drama series will feature the show’s episodes while also including new bonus content. According to Screen Rant, the new channel will be titled “The Walking Dead Universe Experience” and will host content including “never-before-seen behind the scenes footage, bonus content, [and] cast interviews.” Currently, there is no announced date for the upcoming channel and streaming addition.
The Walking Dead premiered on AMC in 2010 and has run for 10 seasons, amassing a total of 146 episodes. The series is centered around a group of survivors during a zombie apocalypse that has wiped the majority of the world’s population off the Earth. The series cast includes the likes of Andrew Lincoln (Love Actually), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen), Norman Reedus (Boondock Saints), Ryan Hurst (Remember the Titans, Sons of Anarchy), Lennie James (Snatch), Melissa McBride (The Mist, Delgo), Danai Gurira (Black Panther), Lauren Cohan (The Boy), and an extensive cast during its long-running status. The series has also produced a spinoff series in Fear the Walking Dead and the upcoming spinoff series The Walking Dead: World Beyond.
The Walking Dead is based on a comic book series under the same name by Robert Kirkman (Ultimate X-Men). The series was adapted for television by Frank Darabont (The Green Mile, The Mist) and is executive produced by the likes of Gale Anne Hurd (Tremors, Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Scott M. Gimple (Fillmore!), Greg Nicotero (Frank Herbet’s Dune), Angela Kang (Terriers), and many more.
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