This Is When ‘The Walking Dead Season 10’ Will Begin Production. All Deets Inside!
It has been just five days after The Walking Dead Season 9 ended its successful run on AMC and now the makers are all set to kick-off preparations for the next season. Reportedly, the network has locked the date to begin production on the next installment of the super successful zombie-drama, TWD 10. Yes, you will not have to wait long to feast your eyes on The Walking Dead Season 10 as AMC has decided to roll cameras on 6 May, 2019.
The Walking Dead Season 9, which beamed its last episode on March 31, emerged as the best-received season in the series’ almost nine-year history, thanks to new showrunner Angela Kang who did everything possible to breathe new life into the series. The riotous success of the latest season seems to have exhorted the makers to work on the next installment almost immediately.
The first schedule of the much-loved series will be filmed in Atlanta and Senoia, Georgia. The makers are aiming at wrapping up the filming in the next couple of months. Angela Kang is set to return to serve as showrunner for the series with Gale Anne Hurd, Scott Gimple, Greg Nicotero, and Amy Beth Barnes joining forces with her as executive producers. Talking about the star cast of the series, Norman Reedus has been roped in to play the redneck, crossbow-wielding Daryl Dixon.
The series will also feature Melissa McBride, Samantha Morton, and Dania Gurira in pivotal parts. Several other names will also join the cast as the work on the series progresses. The Walking Dead Season 10 will follow the communities of Alexandria and Hilltop as they deal with the looming threat of the Whisperers. If everything goes as planned, The Walking Dead Season 10 will hit airwaves in October this year, which means you are just six months away from watching the new season of the series.