The Fox drama Accused has hosted several Walking Dead universe actors, and the season finale saw two of these actors. Laila Robins, who played Pamela Milton on The Walking Dead, and Keith Carradine, who played John Dorie Sr. on Fear the Walking Dead, both had roles. They join fellow TWDU actors Lauren Ridloff, Ian Anthony Dale, Josh Hamilton, and Chris Coy in the first season of this series.
Created by Howard Gordon, known for another Fox drama, 24, Accused is based on the same-titled BBC series, which aired for two seasons from 2010-2012. The Fox series began airing in January 2023, with new episodes weekly. The recent episode starring Robins and Carradine, “Billy’s Story,” was the final for season 1, but the series has been renewed for a second. You can stream all 15 episodes on Hulu.
The series is an anthology, and each episode begins a new story told from the defendant’s perspective with the events leading up to their courtroom appearance. Each episode introduces new characters in a new city with a new topic which sees the defendant on trial.
This episode sees Carradine as an aging rockstar who attempts to secure his musical legacy while trying to prevent his troubled son from unraveling.
Robins plays Anne Carlson, Carradine’s wife, and additional cast includes Evan Gamble, Skywalker Hughes, Janet Porter, Tonjha Richardson, Glen Michael Grant, and Matthew Tissi.
What else does Laila Robins star in?
Recently Robins also starred in episodes of the series So Help Me Todd and is known for her roles in The Boys, The Blacklist, Dr. Death, and more.
Next, she will star in The Crowded Room series that premieres on June 9, 2023, on Apple TV+. She will also star in the upcoming drama Far from the Tree.
What else does Keith Carradine star in?
Carradine recently voiced Bob Brine in an episode of the new Rugrats series and starred in two Christmas movies, A Nashville Country Christmas & Combat Radio: A Christmas Carol. He is also known for his roles in Madam Secretary, The Big Bang Theory, The Power of the Dog, and more.
He will star in the upcoming horror They Listen, a comedy Sallywood and an action movie with fellow TWDU actors Adam Boyer and Matt Mangum, The Daylong Brothers.