Kim Dickens will conflict zombies in The Walking Dead messenger series, E! News has confirmed. The Gone Girl star will play a superintendence advisor in a untitled spinoff set in Los Angeles.
The Walking Dead messenger array picks adult right during a start of a zombie canon and also stars Cliff Curtis, Frank Dillane and Alycia Debnam Carey. According to Deadline, Curtis will play a divorced clergyman and lover to Dickens’ character. Dillane and Carey play her dual kids from a prior relationship. And it wouldn’t be a wire array but a impression with a uneasy past—expect some secrets to come behind and haunt Dickens’ character.
The commander for a new array will underline scenes during a propagandize and a hospital.
Dickens is no foreigner to TV fans. She recently recurred on Sons of Anarchy and had roles on Treme, Friday Night Lights, Deadwood and Lost.
Robert Kirkman, a co-creator of The Walking Dead comic book array and executive writer on a AMC series, will also offer as executive writer on a new array alongside Dave Erickson, Gale Anne Hurd and David Alpert. Erickson will offer as showrunner should a commander make it to series.
“There are many corners of The Walking Dead universe that sojourn secret in a shadows. Being given a event to gleam a light into those corners and see what lurks out there is an comprehensive thrill. we know a fans are concerned to hear what Dave and we have been cooking adult for this new star of The Walking Dead, and I’m happy to be one step closer to pity it with them,” Kirkman said in a statement when AMC announced a commander in September.
The commander starts sharpened in early 2015.
The Walking Dead earnings with new episodes on Sunday, Feb. 8 during 9 p.m. on AMC.