Walking Dead Spin-offs We’re Hoping for in 2020
This April, The Walking Dead will be premiering its second television spinoff series, giving audiences yet another way to explore our favorite flesh-eating apocalypse. But The Walking Dead: World Beyond is just one addition to Robert Kirkman's ever-growing Zombie universe. With multiple novels, several spin-off webisodes, Funko Pops, and even an attraction at Universal Studios, it seems there’s no stopping the slow, ambling expansion of this franchise. So we’re pitching some of our favorite ideas for Walking Dead TV spinoffs. Here’s what we’re hoping to see in 2020.
Dating Dead: Love at First Bite
When the zombie apocalypse hit, thousands of couples were having their very first blind date. What they thought was a fun night out with a stranger quickly became the rest of their undead lives. Now, we’re checking in with five of these couples to see how things have been going since they were bitten. Are they still together, or have they forever drifted apart?
The WOKing Dead
Gordon Ramsay returns for his newest cooking concept, The WOKing Dead. Watch twelve undead contestants as they fight for the coveted Bloody Spatula and a feature in Bon Appétit Magazine.
Creed Bratton is Ready for the Zombie Apocalypse. The Office, Season 9, episode 5, Here Comes Treble
The Working Dead
Life in Scranton, Pennsylvania can be pretty dull, especially if you work at a paper company. And to be honest, nothing much changed after the zombie apocalypse. The Working Dead is a delightfully funny mockumentary that follows one narcissistic zombie and his jaded subordinates.
Queer Eye for the Dead Guy
Just cause your dead doesn’t mean you can’t live your best life! Join Jonathan, Antoni, Tan, Karamo, and Bobby as they turn the dead into the drop dead gorgeous.
The Walking Fred
It’s the mashup we’ve all been waiting for. Fred Weasley may have died in the Battle for Hogwarts, but he’s determined to have the last laugh. Now that he’s undead, Fred and his brother George take on the wizarding world like never before.
J. B. Kish grew up in the American Southwest and spent most of his childhood concocting strange stories with spooky monsters. Now, he lives in the Pacific Northwest and has begun publishing those childhood nightmares for others. He is the author of two novels, including the paranormal thriller A Wall for Teeth and Stingers, which takes place in both Arizona and Oregon. He has the same birthday as Captain Kathryn Janeway, which is a thing he takes very seriously. Probably too seriously.