As per Deadline
AMC Networks has reached agreements with SAG-AFTRA to resume production on three major series: “The Walking Dead” spinoffs “Daryl Dixon” and “The Ones Who Live,” as well as “Interview with a Vampire.” These specific agreements pertain only to these three shows, not a general agreement between AMC Networks and the guild. “Interview with a Vampire” will continue its second season filming in Prague, while “The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon” will shoot its second season in Europe. “The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live,” starring Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira, has post-production work remaining. AMC Networks CEO, Kristin Dolan, expressed confidence in the company’s programming supply, stating that disruptions wouldn’t affect their content pipeline until 2024.
“The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon” is set to premiere its first season on September 10, following Norman Reedus’s character in France. The series is the fifth spinoff in the “Walking Dead” universe. “The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live” will conclude the storylines for characters Rick Grimes and Michonne, with a premiere set for 2024. “Interview with a Vampire,” based on Anne Rice’s 1976 novel, had paused its second season production in July and primarily films in Prague.
AMC Networks strikes agreements with SAG-AFTRA for three series.
“Interview with a Vampire” to continue filming its second season in Prague.
“The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon” to premiere on September 10, focusing on Norman Reedus’s character in France.
“The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live” to premiere in 2024, concluding Rick Grimes and Michonne’s story arcs.
“Interview with a Vampire” paused its second season in July, filming primarily in Prague.
AMC Networks CEO confident in programming supply until 2024.