The Walking Dead bosses reveal 2020 spin-off will be nothing like original series with ‘a very different feel’

THE Walking Dead bosses have revealed the 2020 spin-off will be nothing like the original series and has "a very different feel".

The as-yet untitled series will premiere next spring and will be set 10 years after the walker outbreak.

The show will focus on "the first generation to come of age in the apocalypse", and executive producer Scott Gimple has revealed how it differs from the original series and Fear the Walking Dead.

Speaking on The Hollywood Reporter's TV podcast, he said: "It is still set in the same world, but the things that they're tied up in are very different than the things that the other shows have featured and the lives that we've seen these other characters lead.

"I don't mean that they simply start in a settled place but the system that they're under and the system that they're tied into and trying to get out of is so different from anything we've seen.

"And it gives this show, with its very young perspective, a very different feel.

"The things that they're tied up in, we have not seen on the other shows."

The spin-off will air on AMC in the US and will be available to stream in the UK on Amazon Prime.

Aliyah Royale, Alexa Mansour, Annet Mahendru, Nicolas Cantu, Hal Cumpston and Nico Tortorella are among the cast.

Meanwhile, The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus has promised fans "mind blowing" moments in season 10.

The 50-year-old actor plays Daryl Dixon in the hit AMC horror drama series, and speaking at the ACE Comic Con Midwest, he teased fans about what's to come in series 10.

He said: "I hope you’re excited for The Walking Dead because this season’s fricking crazy.

"It’s so good this season. ‘There are things that are gonna happen this season that are mind-blowing, and the sets are huge, it’s just nuts.

"Everybody on our crew, who have been there for 10 years, are freaking out over this season.

"And they’re kinda hard to phase, ‘cause they’re there every single day, but it’s nuts."

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