A second lead female role has yet to be cast.
The 23-year-old fresh face has amassed a string of guest roles, including a major part in the horror techno-thriller Unfriend: Dark Web. Her character, while not named yet, is described as a bit of a rule breaker who doesn't follow the status quo. The series is co-created by Scott M. Gimple, chief content officer of the Walking Dead universe and former Walking Dead showrunner, and Matt Negrete, who has been a writer and producer on The Walking Dead for the past five seasons and whose credits include Andrew Lincoln's final episode and the Negan-introducing Season 6 finale.
There's no official word on her character yet, but sources close to the production said she's 'a good-natured rule breaker who lives for today, ' adding that she's 'likable and amusing on the outside but sad on the inside'. He has also appeared in the live-action shows "The Good Place", "Sydney to the Max", and "Bizaardvark". The actor previously wrote and starred in the film Bilched.
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Meanwhile, Hal's character is said to be big for his age but is a loner who resents how much he frightens others. The Walking Dead is scheduled to return for its 10th season this October. This new series will take the exact opposite tack, and it seems likely that it was conceived with an eye toward a long and profitable run, as Fear is already starting to explore territory which has always been staked out by its parent series. Unlike the other two series, which do 16-episode seasons, Season 1 of the new series will be 10 episodes.
The untitled spinoff will serve as the third show of the television franchise, following The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead. Production on the series' 10-episode freshman season begins this summer; it's meant to debut in 2020.