The Walking Dead: World Beyond

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Premiere The Walking Dead: World Beyond has been delayed

AMC has announced that the premiere date of The Walking Dead: World Beyond will be delayed. It was initially set to premiere on the 12th of April.

The premiere episode of The Walking Dead: World Beyond was set to release on the 12th of April. AMC has now delayed it. A short while ago it was revealed that the episodes would be available internationally one day after the US release, but this will no longer be the case either.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond had nearly finished its production. The cast and crew had already finished recording, but the last few episodes of the first season were still in post-production. This process has now been halted due to the coronavirus. When production is set to continue and when the first episode is set to release hasn't been decided.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond is an American horror series from the AMC network. It is a spin-off from The Walking Dead, and this isn't the first. A different spin-off has already been released, called Fear the Walking Dead.
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