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Why 'The Walking Dead' Didn't Really End

AMC’s The Walking Dead went through Hell is back.

The zombie drama based on Robert Kirkman’s comic book series has weathered multiple lawsuits, the departure of four showrunners and more, And

bloody death more than fans can remember. Now that the flagship series is coming to an end — the series finale airs Sunday — AMC, like a reanimated corpse, is bringing the show back to life in several new ways.

Billion Dollar Franchise Makes Halloween Debut 24 became an instant hit after being rejected by NBC and HBO. Unexpected for the show to become a global phenomenon and launch the careers of the likes of Steven Yeun and Danai Gurira, AMC signed an unprecedented deal with Fox. International Channel of Agreement All International Rights of The Walking Dead . Plus, streaming of the TV show originally starring Andrew Lincoln (Rick) and Right) Jon Bernthal (Shane) was sold to Netflix many years ago.

These international and streaming rights have become increasingly valuable as the series is brought to life by first showrunner Frank Darabont. TV development, took off as a group of survivors fleeing the undead.

Fast forward to today’s ratings for The Walking Dead, While still popular by today’s standards, already It fell to less than 2 million viewers that day. This is better than Millions from Scary April 90 The season six finale introduced Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Negan and ended on a cliffhanger as viewers had to wait six months to find out what Yeun and Michael Cudlitz (Abraham) was killed in shock.

The cost of making The Walking Dead continues to skyrocket as valuable streaming and international rights are bundled together, even as The ratings have craters. Fan favorite Norman Reedus — easily the top grosser after Lincoln and Gurira left — signed with AMC at a later date Franchise Agreement 50 Value between $50 million to $24 million.

“Ad sales are the only way The Walking Dead [flagship show] is making money at this point,” A source familiar with the show’s financial structure told THR at .

AMC’s crown jewel Got creative. September90, The cable network is basically completed and it is announced that The Walking Dead

will be presented in a super-sized end first season, two more spinoffs in the works . Historically, when TV seasons are “super big,” it’s a way for networks to avoid giving cast and crew previously negotiated raises. season10 Increased The Walking Dead episode number to and the final run featured 16 episodes, creating cost savings for AMC as the network could easily use those extra episodes for the official The first season.

Additionally, with the announcement of the spin-off, AMC is now able to sell the streaming and foreign rights to both series – shockingly – featuring fan-favorite Reedus Featuring, Lauren Cohan (Maggie) and Morgan. At the same time, the budget and licensing fees for the two spinoffs will also be reduced. This paves the way for better monetization by AMC of The Walking Dead

and Killing Eve.

Anyway, AMC may have removed any suspense from the flagship series finale by cementing the fate of fan favorite Maggie, Carol ( Melissa McBride quit the Reedus spinoff) and Negan. AMC hopes to better monetize the franchise with new offshoots of flagship franchises.

Here’s what the future looks like for The Walking Dead franchise, which will continue to be run by Chief Creative Staff Oversight Officer and Former Flagship Show Host Scott M. Gimple:

Scared of the Walking Dead

The eighth season of the first spin-off will be on 90 Original star Kim Dickens (Madison) is coming back from the dead. The show is executive produced by showrunners Andrew Chamberlis and Ian Goldberg, with Lenny James (Morgan) joining from the flagship in season four. They took over from original series creator Dave Erickson for season four.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond

AMC was originally conceived as a series, and later turned the teen theme into a two-season “limited series” offshoot. After two seasons late, it ended with little fanfare 4056952.

The Walking Dead

The episode anthology series, overseen by Gimple, provides the franchise with the opportunity to revisit characters who may have come and gone, as well as other elements. Chances are fans and producers are interested. The six-episode season aired over the summer, and word on its future is awaited.

The Walking Dead: Dead City

Originally known as Dead Island, this derivative drama Starring Cohan and Morgan, Maggie and Negan star in New York. Eli Jorné is the showrunner for the six-episode season, which is expected to premiere in April and features Friday Night Lights vet Gaius Charles.

Darryl Dixon

Originally slated to star Reedus and McBride, the latter wishing to be closer to home, so quit and now surrounding The spin-off Daryl set up since he ended in Paris. Showrunner Angela Kang, who has been running the flagship since Season 9 series finale, also exiting the Marvel show. Former ER

showrunner David Zabel replaced Kang at the helm of the series. The cast also includes Clémence Poésy (The Essex Serpent) and Adam Nagaitis (Chernobyl). Darryl is scheduled to premiere at 387366.

• Untitled Rick and Michonne Limited Series

Lincoln, the original star who exited the flagship series in season nine, is set to star in three The feature-length Universal Pictures and AMC reached an agreement, originally scheduled for theatrical release of the film. Movie, first announced at a later date 2018, which morphed into a six-episode limited series, with Gurira picking up Michonne’s katana for the first time since out of the season . Limited series, estimated broadcast time 2018, will focus on the couple’s ongoing love story as AMC looks to provide a resolution to fans’ favorite on-screen favorites. Gimple served as the host of the show. 1235105884



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