PUBLISHED: 15:12, Fri, Oct 9, 2020 | UPDATED: 15:13, Fri, Oct 9, 2020
The Walking Dead: World Beyond has landed on Prime Video and fans in the UK have enjoyed watching the Walking Dead spin-off. The series is also available to fans in the US on AMC. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about whether there will be a second series of The Walking Dead: World Beyond.
The Walking Dead spin-off series was first announced back in July 2018 and fans were excited to see more from the post-apocalyptic universe.
The news has come as a treat for die-hard fans of the franchise, who found out the original The Walking Dead series would be coming to an end after season 11.
The first season is made up of 10 hour-long episodes, and fans have already blitzed through the first episode.
The characters in World Beyond are teenagers in Nebraska, and it is set 10 years after the apocalypse.
This coming-of-age series follows the teenagers, including sisters Hope (played by Alexa Mansour) and Iris Bennett (Aliyah Royale), as they attempt to find out more about their family.
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Walking Dead World Beyond: Season 2 has been given the green light (Image: AMC/Prime Video)
Walking Dead World Beyond: Nico Tortorella as Felix (Image: AMC/Prime Video)
Fans will be pleased to hear a second season is already in the pipeline, as this was always intended to be a limited series.
Preparation is underway for season two, and some of the main cast have been training for the more action-packed scenes.
Actress Mansour said she had taken up kickboxing to prepare herself for what is to come in the second season.
The second season will also be made up of 10 episodes, and the final episode will see the whole storyline wrapped up.
AMC confirmed the news back in January 2020, and AMC’s Sarah Barnett said: "It is not imitating The Walking Dead either in substance or form - World Beyond is a two-season closed-ended series that will tell a very specific and distinct story."
Walking Dead World Beyond: Julia Ormond as Elizabeth (Image: AMC/Prime Video)
The news was also announced on the official Twitter