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Second Spinoff for The Walking Dead Gets Working Title, Major Set Piece Details Revealed for Pilot Episode

July 28, 2019 | Posted by Jeffrey Harris
The Walking Dead Robert Kirkman has a report on the upcoming planned second spinoff series for The Walking Dead, including its working title and a major set piece that’s expected to appear in the pilot episode. The project is slated to start production soon in Virginia, and the working title for show has been labeled as Monument according to a media release sent to locals to let them know about the massive production that will soon begin.

The production is expected to feature a massive plane crash sequence that will be filmed for the pilot episode, similar to Lost. However, it looks like this crash sequence is going to be set in city or town streets. Per the report, AMC is expected to shut down “major streets” and deliver a fuselage to the set.

Per the release: “The city of Hopewell is excited to announce the filming of AMC’s Monument in downtown Hopewell during the first two weeks of August. his series will follow in the footsteps of popular AMC program The Walking Dead, now and it’s ninth season and the current offshoot series Fear the Walking Dead, which both rank among the most watched cable series on television.”

The media release adds: “Some of the filming for a critical seen in monument will occur along Hopewell Street between East Poythress at East Cawson. The production team will begin dressing and decorating the street on Tuesday, July 30 they plan to wrap it have the set removed by Thursday, August 15 the scene will feature a plane crash in the production team is bringing a 737 fuselage that will be sprawled across Hopewell Street to set the scene for the plane crash.”

Production on the spinoff is expected to continue through November of this year. The new show does not yet have an official title or launch date.

The original show, The Walking Dead, returns for its 10th season on October 6. Star Danai Gurira recently confirmed that the next season will be her last on the hit series.

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