PLOT TALES OF THE WALKING DEAD
Tales of the Walking Dead is a spin-off anthology TV series by The Walking Dead. Created by the former showrunner of the latter Scott M. Gimple together with Channing Powell and set in its own post-apocalyptic world, it tells autonomous stories in each episode (or cycle of episodes) that explore new scenarios and interesting backstories of events already told in the other series of the franchise – not only The Walking Deadalso Fear the Walking Dead And The Walking Dead: Word Beyon. While each episode has its own tone and point of view, the stakes are high in each story, pushing these new, indelible characters into choices and into relentless and life-threatening situations. We can thus see the apocalypse with different eyes, discovering other realities, myths and mysteries of the universe TWD.
For example, let’s follow Joe’s story (Terry Crews, Brooklyn Nine-Nine), a lonely man who has lived in a bunker since the beginning of the apocalypse and who decides to leave the safety of his home to embark on a long journey with the mission of meeting an old acquaintance …
CURIOSITIES ABOUT TALES OF THE WALKING DEAD
Tales of the Walking Dead is the third spin-off in the hit series The Walking Dead and follows Fear the Walking Dead And The Walking Dead: Word Beyon. Set in the same world as the original, as an anthology series, each episode tells autonomous and self-contained stories, placed at different points along the timeline and centered on characters never met before in the franchise or already known to the public, revealing unpublished backstories. The first to return is Dee, a character who in The Walking Dead made herself known as Alpha, the leader of the Whisperers, played again by Samantha Morton.
The series was shot in Georgia, mainly in and around Buford, not far from the approximately 120-acre plot of land outside Senoia used for much of the exterior shots of The Walking Dead.