The Walking Dead: Dead City, new updates arrive on the spin-off

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Logan Kim Teases Hershel Rhee's Dark Turn in Season 2 of The Walking Dead: Dead CityThe Walking Dead: Dead City protagonist Logan Kim offered a preview of the "dark" plot that will characterize the second season of the successful spin-off. After the official renewal by AMC, Kim revealed that his character, Hershel Rhee, will face even more intense challenges in the next chapter of the horror series. During an interview with Screen Rant, the actor confirmed that the cast and crew are preparing to return to the set of The Walking Dead to film season two. Kim also teased that Hershel will have a lot to deal with after being freed and that his journey will be characterized by a dark and compelling atmosphere. “Hershel has a lot more to do now that he hasn't been kidnapped,” Kim said. “And he's very exciting and I can't wait to play such a dark character.”

In the season one finale of The Walking Dead, Hershel had an emotional confrontation with his mother Maggie, accusing her of neglecting him due to her obsession with revenge against Negan. Additionally, some of Hershel's drawings suggest that he may have been influenced by the actions of a dangerous individual known as The Checkers. These details hint at a tense plot for the second season of The Walking Dead: Dead City. The series sees the return of franchise favorites Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan in the roles of Maggie and Negan, respectively. In addition to Kim, the cast includes other actors such as Ċ½eljko Ivanek, Mahina Napoleon, Gaius Charles, and Lisa Emery.

The Walking Dead: Dead City has already achieved considerable success among fans and critics, becoming the most-watched season premiere on AMC+ upon its debut. The renewal for a second season confirms the public's enthusiasm for the spin-off and promises new and engaging adventures in the post-apocalyptic world of zombies. In addition to Dead City, the franchise continues to expand with other spin-offs, including the return of the Norman Reedus-directed series for its second season, along with the Rick and Michonne-focused series.

Source: CBR