The Walking Dead: World Beyond will be the first time the Walking Dead show has distinguished itself by exploring the history of other eras, with the protagonists leaving the world to suffer for a walker for the first time. The show is also different because there is already a definite ending in mind.
According to the show’s Twitter page, World Beyond will only have 10-episode seasons, so it’s more like an extended miniseries. When you look at his projected timeline and content (so far), it all adds up to almost a certain connection to the first Rick Grimes movie. Here’s how the World Beyond story can shed light on Rick’s prediction and get it right at the beginning of the first movie.
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Align the universe and real-life timelines
It is shown on the air of the Dead universe at different times so that the television content of the franchise flows strongly throughout the year. World Beyond debuted on April 12 after the conclusion of season 10 of The Walking Dead. A season consists of only 10 episodes, so it is unlikely to follow the previous format of streaming the first half, taking a break, and ending with the second half of the season. This means that World Beyond will run from April to early June, ahead of time for Fair the Walking Dead’s return.
The World Beyond promo featured CRM-aka as a rival group with helicopters and A / B rating system. The group’s helicopters and a leader, Elizabeth, are shown shooting down people in the trailer and announcing that they will rule the world. World Beyond will certainly focus on the young hero’s journey outside of his sheltered community, but it also opens the door for Rick to learn about that group. Viewers are now curious about this group of helicopters for a few seasons, so it’s time for more answers. Is Elizabeth really the official CRM leader or just a mini-boss? Where are all the CRM communities located? What are their final plans and how did the Jadi arrive at their kidnapping plan? A lot of honesty has been revealed here that will help fans establish a better basis for Rick’s prediction in the movie.
When will the new Walking Dead Arrival?
The premiere was initially set for April 12, 2020, as the release date before the coronavirus crisis forced it to be postponed “to the end of this year.” On August 11, 2020, the revised date for October 4, 2020, was confirmed.