The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live OTT release date – The spinoff streams this month and will offer many answers to the unfinished romance of Rick and Michonne since Season 9 of the OG show.
The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live is the upcoming TWD spinoff that explores the answers to several questions regarding the fate of Rick and Michonne, as well as their romance. As the most expensive TWD project yet, with a total budget of $82 million, the show must surpass high expectations to be worth it. As of now, The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live has dropped a teaser and two trailers, fanning the anticipation among TWD fans sky high.
The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live will drop on AMC and AMC+ on February 25, 2024. The first season will have six episodes. As of now, a streaming platform for India is not confirmed but is expected to be announced soon. As for VPN users, the world of entertainment is your oyster, and that includes this show .
The Walking Dead’s trailer shows a gory and bleak earth, filled with hordes of the walking dead that our protagonists must slaughter in order to reach one another. But if only things were that simple. While Michonne embarks on a highly risky journey to search for Rick with a small group of survivors, Rick is stuck as an unwilling soldier in a battle between the living and the dead. All he wants is to go back home to Michonne, while the latter only seeks to find him.
Based solely on their hearts and beliefs, the two estranged lovers kill and fight battalions of the walking dead like never before, desperate for one another before they end up becoming the living dead—survivors who are alive but lack life in them. Already, the trailer shows Andrew Lincoln’s Rick asking if his eyes look like those of a killer or his victim, while the very next shot shows him as he ruthlessly spears and slaughters zombies.
As for Danai Gurira’s Michonne, once she learned of Rick’s survival in Season 10 of the original The Walking Dead, she left to search for him and has not stopped since. Though the trailer shows Michonne bravely facing thousands of zombies, in her most personal moments, all she yearns for is a sign of hope—to keep going. After all, she has been searching for her lover tirelessly in a dystopic world for a long time, where surviving for even a day is a huge deal.