Community Director Adam Davidson To Direct The Walking Dead Companion Pilot


The Walking Dead has spawned a spinoff series that will air in the near future, and the show has found a director to helm the pilot.

Fans are waiting patiently for the new episodes of The Walking Dead, but in the meantime there is news about the companion series that will air in the near future. While we only know a few details about the series, some big news has dropped regarding some of the creative minds joining the project.

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According to Deadline, AMC has found a director to helm the pilot episode of the new The Walking Dead spinoff series and the show has picked a talented man to lead the way.

"AMC has tasked Adam Davidson with creating the visual world of The Walking Dead companion series. The veteran TV helmer has been tapped as director of the high-profile pilot, slated to film late this year."

Davidson is a veteran television director who has an Oscar to his name for a short film he directed in the early 1990s. In addition to that, he’s worked on shows like Community, Hell on Wheels, Fringe and so many others. The new companion series will take place at the same time as the current series but will feature different characters in a different setting.

With Davidson now aboard, the series seems to be in good hands.

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