‘The Walking Dead’ Showrunner Revealed the Game Plan for Filming During the Pandemic


AMC’s the walking Dead creating new moments for the first time since the outbreak of COVID-19 infection. Many fans wonder how the team and crew can keep the overall tone of the show without sacrificing the health and safety of the people involved. Presenter Angela Kang joined.

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The ‘Walking Dead’ crew and crew appeared at Comic-Con New York

Comic-Con New York welcome several members and team from The walking Dead. Showrunner Angela Kang and Walking dead Scott M. Gimple, World Chief Content Officer, joined the virtual panel to provide information on upcoming stories. Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Khary Payton, and Paola Lázaro also appeared. As a supporter, actor and guest Speaking dead Chris Hardwick explained the debate.

The team was considering production during the pandemic

Kang explained that the writers creatively adapt the fictional narrative to accept challenges based on health protocols.

“And then, in the way we’ve been creative, we have to think a lot about, like, you know, how we tell the story, so they’re satisfying and dive into your character and, you know, take some courage. But be very creative about, you know, how many people we can have in a scene. You know, how can you show things while keeping people a little away when we can. So, you know, it ‘s made us think really outside the box because we’ve been surrounded by a box in terms of, like, how to do it safely. But I think that’s been good for us creatively. ”

Erika Delgado continued Twitter.