The Walking Dead: Dead City Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer, and Everything We Need To Know About the Maggie and Negan Spinoff Series

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The Walking Dead: Dead City Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer, and Everything We Need To Know About the Maggie and Negan Spinoff Series
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When one door closes, a window opens and that is exactly what is happening with The Walking Dead: Dead City. Here is everything you need to know for the spinoff series with the release date and time, countdown, spoilers, theories, plots, previews, and the rest of it.

The Walking Dead: Dead City Spinoff Series

The Walking Dead: Dead City Spinoff Series
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After 11 seasons of The Walking Dead, the beloved series has come to an end but that doesn't mean that the undead are totally saying goodbye to everyone as there is a spinoff series happening for the title with The Walking Dead: Dead City!

The Walking Dead: Dead City shares the same universe as its mother series and it will be starring Lauren Cohan who will return as Maggie, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan in the streets of the post-apocalyptic New York City.

The Walking Dead: Dead City Release Date: When Will the Spinoff Series Come Out?

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The Walking Dead: Dead City is slated for a release in June 2023.

AMC announced in March 2022 that they are developing a spinoff series to The Walking Dead with the title of Isle of the Dead but the name of the series has been changed in August to The Walking Dead: Dead City.

The Walking Dead: Dead City will be having six episodes releasing weekly on AMC.

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The Walking Dead: Dead City Cast: Who are the Actors Included in the Spinoff Series?

The Walking Dead: Dead City will be featuring familiar faces and new characters that would be gracing the screens for the spinoff series. With the show being led by Maggie and Negan, the original actors for the roles will be reprising their roles.

Maggie will be played by Lauren Cohan, the widow of Glenn Rhee, who led Hilltop, and Negan will be portrayed by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who killed Glenn, by the way, and he became the former leader of the Saviors. Surprisingly, these two teamed up given their history but desperate times call desperate measures.

Joining them in The Walking Dead: Dead City are Gaius Charles as Perlie Armstrong, Željko Ivanek as "The Croat", Jonathan Higginbotham as Tommaso, Trey Santiago-Hudson as Jano, Charlie Solis as "The Bartender", Mahina Napoleon as Ginn, and Michael Anthony as Luther.

Also in the cast but still with undisclosed roles are Alex Borlo, David Chen, Randy Gonzalez, Alex Huynh, Aixa Kendrick, Karina Ortiz, Caleb Reese Paul, Eleanor Reissa, and John Wu have been cast in undisclosed roles.

The son of Maggie, Hershel Rhee, will also be appearing but it is still unknown who will play the role.

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[This article will be updated if there would be additional cast members.]

The Walking Dead: Dead City: Who are the Creative Minds Behind the Spinoff Series?

The Walking Dead: Dead City: Who are the Creative Minds Behind the Spinoff Series?
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The Walking Dead: Dead City is created by Eli Jorné who will be an executive producer and the showrunner of the series, with executive producers Scott M. Gimple, Lauren Cohan, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Brian Bockrath. It is from The Walking Dead by Robert kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard.

The production of The Walking Dead: Dead City started in July 2022 and ended in October of the same year.

READ MORE: The Walking Dead: Dead City: Here’s Probably Why Maggie, Negan End Up In New York City Together

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The Walking Dead: Dead City Plot: What Will be the Plot of the Spinoff Series?

The Walking Dead: Dead City Plot: What Will be the Plot of the Spinoff Series?
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The official synopsis of The Walking Dead: Dead City reads:

"The crumbling city is filled with the dead and denizens who have made New York City their own world of anarchy, danger, beauty, and terror."

Maggie and Negan will be going to a trip to the post-apocalyptic New York where they would encounter natives as they look for a notorious killer and try to escape the tail of a marshal with a connection to their past but as they pass through the walker-infested city, the dangers of the past and the present coincide.

Given the history between Maggie and Negan, it is no surprise if the two would clash but they would have to put their trust on each other in order to survive mutated walker-monsters plus a killer on their tails so they need to have each others' back.

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New York City presents a threat like no other with societies unknown to them, living on rooftops, while evading walkers. It is expected to run through the skyscrapers of Manhattan and the threats that come with the darkness from within.

Where to Watch The Walking Dead: Dead City?

Where to Watch The Walking Dead: Dead City?
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The Walking Dead: Dead City will be arriving on the same channel as that of the original series, on AMC. While there is no streaming platform for it yet, all the 11 episodes of The Walking Dead are currently on Netflix and it is highly likely that the show will be turning up there as well, but possibly, that would be after all the episodes air on TV.

Is There a Trailer for The Walking Dead: Dead City?

On November 2022, a 21-second teaser has been released for The Walking Dead: Dead City which shows snaps of Maggie and Negan scouring through the streets of the post-apocalyptic New York City, the rotten skyscrapers of Manhattan, and scarier and uglier faces of the undead.

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It is a real nightmare come to life and while it is but a short clip, it is enough to hype up the fans that are waiting for the release of The Walking Dead: Dead City.

To date, there is still no official trailer released for The Walking Dead: Dead City but it is expected to have one as soon as the post-production of the series calls it a wrap.

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