The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live, the sequel with Rick and Michonne is shown in a new teaser trailer

AMC has finally announced the debut date of the new series: February 25, 2024.

Last night, on the occasion of the finale of Fear the Walking Deadthe American network AMC offered audiences The Walking Dead a new preview of the highly anticipated sequel focusing on the beloved characters of Rick and Michonne, The Ones Who Live, finally announcing its debut date: February 25, 2024 (in the United States, obviously, while in Italy surprisingly none of the sequels have yet been proposed). The teaser trailer of a few seconds goes even deeper into the new story, also revealing the new settings and new characters, including one played by the veteran of Lost Terry O’Quinn.

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live, come continua la storia

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live tells an epic love story of two characters changed by a changed world. Kept away by distance. From the ghosts of what they were. Rick and Michonne are thrust into another world, built on a war against the dead… and, fundamentally, a war against the living. Can they find each other and what they were in a situation unlike any they’ve ever known before? Are they enemies? Lovers? Casualties? Winners? Without each other, are they still alive or will they discover that they too are the “walking dead”? The answers will come, he promises Andrew Lincoln in the clip. Call Gurira she adds, “These two people are so powerful, and together, it’s crazy. This is crazy love.”

From previous news we know that the sequel brings back Pollyanna McIntosh in the role of Jadis which she played not only in The Walking Dead but also in the spin-off World Beyond. O’Quinn plays a mysterious character named Beale, a man in a beret and armed with a sword. To them are added the Lesley-Ann Brandt Of Lucifer as Pearl Thorne, a member of the Civic Republic, and Matt Jeffries in that of Nat. At least three other characters also appear, of whom no details are currently known.

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