The second and final season of The Walking Dead: World Beyond is almost here and additional details on the final stretch of episodes are slowly but surely coming to light. Earlier this month, it was announced that Season 2 would feature the return of Pollyanna McIntosh's iconic villain Jadis, who originated on Walking Dead. It was also revealed that fans will be learning just what happened after she and Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes flew off into the unknown in that helicopter. Plus, they'll also get an understanding of the alliances she’s made over the years. Now, World Beyond co-creator Matt Negrete has provided some additional details in regard to how the series will handle Jadis’ long-awaited reappearance.
The cast of The Walking Dead: World Beyond talked with EW, in anticipation of New York Comic Con, to discuss the show. While it’s just been three years since Pollyanna McIntosh left the franchise, she's actually been six years within the world of the show. And as you would imagine, she's been quite busy in that time. Matt Negrete didn't reveal too much in regard to Jadis' exact exploits, but his comments indicate that her return will be well worth the wait:
Jadis quickly became a favorite on The Walking Dead, as both a villain and a hero, and she's proven to be a complex character. Given that so much time has passed, things are sure to have changed for her significantly. So will she still be the same Jadis fans have grown to know and love? Matt Negrete spoke to this, saying:
At the very least, we can assume that Jadis and the CRM are going to make some serious noise during the second and final season of The Walking Dead: World Beyond. Be sure to tune in when Season 2 premieres Sunday, October 3, at 10 p.m. ET on AMC! And in the meantime, check out CinemaBlend’s fall 2021 TV schedule to learn about the other shows you can look forward to in the coming months.
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