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Melissa McBride to Reprise Her Fan-Favorite Role as Carol Peletier in Season 2 of The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon

MELISSA MCBRIDE TO REPRISE HER FAN-FAVORITE ROLE AS “CAROL PELETIER” IN SEASON TWO OF THE WALKING DEAD: DARYL DIXON
 
AMC Networks Confirms McBride’s Return at New York Comic Con
 
The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon - The Book of Carol Set to Debut in 2024
 
NEW YORK, NY – October 12, 2023 – Melissa McBride is set to reprise her fan-favorite role as “Carol Peletier” as a series regular in the second season of The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, which was announced at New York Comic Con earlier today.  McBride first played “Carol” in The Walking Dead flagship series for eleven seasons alongside Norman Reedus, who stars as “Daryl Dixon” in the spin-off series set in France.  The news of McBride’s return to the Walking Dead Universe comes just ahead of the show’s Season One finale on Sunday, October 15 at 9pm ET/PT on AMC and AMC+, in which she makes an appearance. The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon has been a ratings success on AMC+ and AMC to become the most-viewed premiere in the history of AMC+ and is pacing to be the most-viewed single series of any show ever on the platform.  On AMC, Daryl is a top 15 cable drama for 2023 to date in adults 25-54, joining other AMC series The Walking Dead: Dead CityAnne Rice’s Mayfair WitchesFear the Walking Dead and Dark Winds in that category.

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AMC Newtworks Releases Photos & Teaser & Casting for The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live, Title & Casting for Daryl Dixon Season 2 & More at New York Comic Con

The Ones Who LiveAMC Networks returned to New York Comic Con this afternoon with a panel for The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, along with an early screening of the series’ Season One finale prior to its premiere this Sunday, October 15 at 9pm ET/8c on AMC and AMC+.
 
The panel, moderated by Entertainment Weekly’s Dalton Ross, kicked off with an exclusive look at some of AMC Networks’ anticipated series in 2024, including The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live, Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire Season Two and Orphan Black: Echoes.
 
News released out of New York Comic Con includes casting news on the upcoming series, The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live, as well as season two of The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon. Also released were pictures and a teaser video from the new series, as well as a new scene from Fear the Walking Dead. Check it all out below.

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First-Look Teaser Trailer & Photos from Orphan Black: Echoes, Coming 2024

Orphan Black: EchoesWATCH KRYSTEN RITTER IN A CHILLING FIRST-LOOK TEASER TRAILER OF ORPHAN BLACK: ECHOES

COMING TO AMC, AMC+ and BBC AMERICA IN 2024

Rya Kihlstedt, James Hiroyuki Liao and Reed Diamond Join the Clone Club Rounding Out the Cast of the Highly Anticipated Series Produced and Distributed Globally by Boat Rocker

NEW YORK – October 12, 2023 – Today, timed to the fan convention New York Comic Con, AMC Networks released an exhilarating first-look teaser trailer for its highly anticipated original series Orphan Black: Echoes, giving fans a glimpse into the wild ride viewers can expect when the series debuts on AMC, AMC+ and BBC AMERICA in 2024. Produced and distributed globally by Boat Rocker and starring and executive produced by Krysten Ritter (Marvel’s Jessica Jones, Love and Death, Breaking Bad), the new 10-episode sci-fi thriller takes place in the world of the landmark and Emmy® Award-winning series Orphan Black.
 
Set in the near future, Orphan Black: Echoes takes a deep dive into the exploration of the scientific manipulation of human existence. It follows a group of women as they weave their way into each other's lives and embark on a thrilling journey, unravelling the mystery of their identity and uncovering a wrenching story of love and betrayal.

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Exclusive: Louis Puech Scigliuzzi & Eriq Ebouaney Talk The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon

The Walking Dead: Daryl DixonTonight, AMC aired the penultimate episode of season one of the newest of the spinoff series, The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon. In the episode, (Norman Reedus) and Laurent (Louis Puech Scigliuzzi) travel to the nest and Genet (Anne Charrier) moves forward with her plans. Flashbacks reveal how Daryl arrived in Paris, and Daryl connects with someone from home.

Louis Puech Scigliuzzi and Eriq Ebouaney (Fallou) recently spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the series, including their favorite scenes, what it was like meeting walkers, how the series has changed them, and much more.

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Exclusive: Executive Producer Chris Grismer Talks Season Two of Quantum Leap

Quantum LeapLast night, Quantum Leap returned to NBC for all-new episodes of season two. The series, which takes place thirty years after the original on which it was based, follows physicist Ben Song (Raymond Lee) as he “leaps” into different bodies in different time periods to right things that have gone wrong. At the end of last season, for the first time, Ben had leapt into the future, into the 2050s where it was nuclear winter and Project Quantum Leap had been shut down. With the help of the team, Ben was able to change that future and leapt once again, expecting to return to his fiancé Addison (Caitlin Bassett) and his own time, which is where season two picks up. However, instead of where and when he hopes, Ben leaps into 1978 and is unable to contact anyone from PQL and must move forward with the leap on his own. Eventually he is contacted by Ian (Mason Alexander Park)’s hologram who reveals to him that three years have passed and believing he was dead, PQL was shut down. 

Recently, SciFi Vision spoke with executive producer Chris Grismer about the new season, including the time jump, filming in Egypt for season two, and much more.

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The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon - 1x04, La Dame De Fer Recap

The Walking Dead: Daryl DixonThe beam of a flashlight shines through a stone doorway. Footsteps approach. It is Daryl (Norman Reedus), and as he reaches us, the camera pulls back and we hear the rattle of a chain. He is locked behind an iron gate. Growling draws his attention, and he shines the flashlight through the bars, revealing a group of walkers. Laurent (Louis Puech Scigliuzzi) wanders into view, and Daryl clutches the gate, knife in hand, calling the boy’s name. As the walkers overtake Laurent, he bows his head and puts his hands together, praying, and then he is hidden from view by the staggering figures. Daryl screams his name, but Laurent doesn’t move. Eventually, losing hope, Daryl falls silent. The walkers move back the way they came, and lo, Laurent is standing there, still praying, unharmed. Hallelujah amen.

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The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon - 1x03, Paris Sera Tojours Paris Recap

The Walking Dead: Daryl DixonThe episode begins as Daryl (Norman Reedus) drives the cart into a town, and Isabelle (Clémence Poésy) says, helpfully, “This is the town of Angers.” They stop in a square outside a rundown theatre, and Daryl gives Sylvie (Laïka Blanc-Francard) his gun with an instruction to protect the horse. Maybe he regrets sending Asteríx the mule to certain death last week.

Daryl and Isabelle go inside. Isabelle’s contact is a musician who has been living here for years. A door behind a rack of theatrical costumes opens, and a wild-eyed man with eccentric Beethoven hair emerges, addressing them in French. The subtitles are also in French, so I can’t tell you what he’s saying. As he approaches, Daryl holds up a hand to stop him, and tells Isabelle to ask about the radio, without so much as a “my-name-is-Daryl-Dixon-I-come-from-a-place-called-the-Commonwealth.” Crazy Beethoven realizes Daryl is “Anglais.” “I speak,” he says. “Sky blue, grass green. Where is Brian? He is in the kitchen?” I’m hazarding a guess that this man is not of entirely sound mind.

Beethoven takes them downstairs into a cluttered office where there is a radio. Daryl rattles its bits ineffectively, reminding me of the opening scene of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Isabelle says something in French about a place called Le Nid, and Beethoven replies “Yes, of course. The radio could call to there.” Daryl stops pretending he knows anything about technology and asks the man to fire up the radio. “Oh no,” says the man in dismay, and asks if they would like a show. “What the fuck?” says Daryl, and Beethoven tells Isabelle that he used some of the radio parts for “amplification.” “Do you like Ravel?” he asks and starts playing Boléro through a makeshift sound system. He goes upstairs, telling Isabelle and Daryl to follow him into the auditorium.

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Exclusive: The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon’s Hugo Bardin on Reedus Creating His Role & More

The Walking Dead: Daryl DixonTonight, an all-new episode of the spinoff of the popular franchise, The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, premieres on AMC and AMC Plus. The episode features the French performer Hugo Bardin as the drag queen, Coco, in the nightclub the Demimonde. Known professionally as Paloma, the performer is known for winning the debut season of Drag Race France. Bardin recently spoke with SciFi Vision about his time on Daryl Dixon, including how Norman Reedus actually asked for him to be on the series!

Read the full transcript below, and be sure to tune in to the episode, tonight on AMC and AMC Plus.

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The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon - 1x02, Alouette Recap

The Walking Dead: Daryl DixonThe episode opens with a flashback. Isabelle (Cleménce Poésy), dressed in eveningwear, stands on a rooftop looking out over pre-apocalypse Paris. Behind her is a brightly lit nightclub, electronic music blasting. She goes inside, weaving her way between dancers, eyeing people and being eyed by men. She chooses a man with whom to dance, and they break it down in slow motion until she walks away. She lets two other men buy her drinks as the evening passes, and she snorts some cocaine. We see the scars on her wrist from her suicide attempt. Guess we’re not flashing back far enough to find out about those.

Eventually, she puts her coat on and leaves, stopping in the lobby while she waits for the elevator. In her purse are men’s watches, which she has spent the night stealing. She stares at herself in the mirror doors of the elevator. She doesn’t like herself. Her hair looks great though, 10/10 for that. Screaming comes from inside the club, and she walks into a quiet corridor, taking pills out her bag and swallowing some. We get it: the nun was once a drug-snorting, pill-popping thief. Everything slows down again as her high hits. 

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Apple's Fall Kids & Family Premieres - All-New Series CURSES!, Interrupting Chicken Season, & New Shape Island Halloween Special

Apple's Fall Kids & Family Premieres - All-New Spooky Adventure Series “CURSES!” from DreamWorks Animation & Exec. Produced by John Krasinski, Plus “Interrupting Chicken” S2 & New “Shape Island” Halloween Special

Apple TV+ announces all-new spooky adventure series, “CURSES!,” from DreamWorks Animation premiering globally October 27
 
Animated preschool series “Interrupting Chicken,” starring the voice talents of Emmy Award winner Sterling K. Brown returns for season two on September 29, with more imaginative stories 
 
Plus, “Shape Island” is back on October 20 with a brand new Halloween-themed special 
  
Apple TV+ today announced a fun-filled autumn slate of all-new kids and family programming, featuring both CG and stop-motion animation offerings, including brand new series “CURSES!” launching October 27; season two of “Interrupting Chicken,” premiering September 29; and a new “Shape Island” Halloween special debuting October 20. 

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