It wouldn’t be Comic-Con, at home or otherwise, without The Walking Dead. The AMC series has had a presence at the convention for the past 11 years, always drawing a massive and passionate crowd. Of course, the show is now sparked a full-fledged franchise: Fear the Walking Dead is set to premiere its sixth season and the second spin-off, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, will arrive later this year.

Here’s what you need to know from the trio of Comic-Con at Home panels dedicated to the three shows, including the surprising status of The Walking Dead season 10.

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The Walking Dead: World Beyond Crossovers

In this edition of TV Bits:

  • Watch two new previous for The Walking Dead spin-off World Beyond.
  • Skeet Ulrich and Marisol Nichols are leaving Riverdale.
  • Atypical renewed for a fourth (and final) season.
  • Annie Murphy will star in Kevin Can F*** Himself.
  • Check out a sneak peek at Dispatches From Elsewhere.

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The Walking Dead: World Beyond Crossovers

The Walking Dead: World Beyond is taking the zombie drama franchise in a different direction when it arrives on AMC sometime early this year. The series takes place roughly 10 years into the zombie apocalypse, which puts it around the same time that the 10th season of The Walking Dead would be taking place after the show’s most recent time jump. Does that mean we could be looking at some kind of crossover with the main series? The Walking Dead chief content officer Scott M. Gimple recently discussed the possibility of seeing the new spin-off running into the primary series and how all the shows are connected. Read More »

New The Walking Dead Spin-Off

Back in October, when the first trailer for the new The Walking Dead spin-off was revealed, the series still didn’t have a title. All we knew was that the series would focus on two young female protagonists as part of the first generation to come-of-age in the wake of the zombie apocalypse as they venture out into a world that is still full of danger and undead. Now a new teaser not only shows more of the series, but it finally gives the series a title. Read More »