Tales of the Walking Dead is already halfway through airing its first season. This series is a spinoff of The Walking Dead that is structured in an anthology format. If you don’t know, in an anthology series, each episode tells a story independent of the other episodes of the season. This series is set in The Walking Dead universe but introduces new characters and is set in different locations around the United States.
The next episode, “Amy/Dr. Everett,” stars Poppy Liu and Anthony Edwards as the titular characters. This episode takes place in a location known as the dead sector, where the land has been given up to the undead. Dr. Everett, a naturalist, has spent his time alone, studying the undead. Amy is part of a group that believes the dead sector should be taken back for the living and encounters Everett when she becomes separated from her group.
As with all of the episodes of Tales of TWD, this one has a feel all its own, a bit slower-paced, but it tells another scenario of how one might deal with a zombie apocalypse.
AMC will air season 1, episode 4 of Tales of the Walking Dead, “Amy/Dr. Everett,” on Sunday, September 4, at 9 p.m. ET. This episode is available on AMC+.
Tales of the Walking Dead Davon
The next episode, “Davon,” will release on September 4 on AMC+. This episode will air on AMC on Sunday, September 11, at 9 p.m. ET.
This is the fifth episode of season 1 of Tales of TWD and was written by showrunner and series co-creator Channing Powell and directed by Michael Satrazemis. Both Powell and Satrazemis have a long history of working in TWDU on the flagship series and the first spinoff, Fear the Walking Dead. They teamed up on the Tales of TWD episode “Dee,” and Sarazemis also directed “Blair/Gina.”
Jessie T. Usher joins TWD Family in “Davon” as the title character and is joined by Embeth Davidtz as Amanda, Loan Chabonol as Nora and Gage Munroe as Arnaud. This episode is described as a noir-ish fractured-memory thriller. Davon suddenly awakes to accusations of murder by townspeople of which he has no memory.