“There is absolutely a chance,” he said of plans for a new crossover show. He continued, “We are working on something that [kind of] away that has some crossover elements. That’s about all I can get, but there really is a chance.
He continued, “There’s a distant story that I won’t even say too much about who’s working on it because it would reveal things. But there are plans. And that? There are plans.
Earlier this week (October 7), it was revealed that Walking Death The Season 10 finale got the lowest ratings on the show to date.
‘A Certain Doom’, the long-awaited episode that aired last weekend (October 4), was watched by 2.7 million viewers – the lowest of all Season 10 episodes to date.
It marked a 22% drop from last April, the lowest number before that was 2.9 million viewers in March, per SpoilerTV. Audience numbers gradually declined over the course of the show – 17 million viewers tune in to watch in 2016.
AMC recently confirmed that The walking dead could end after Season 11, which will air between 2021 and 2022. However, a number of spin-off shows and films are currently in the works and still set in the same universe.
Watch the finale, ‘A Certain Doom’, NME said in a three-star post, “One of the best things about ‘A Certain Doom’ is that it’s finally here. A decent payout – but not among the best of all time Walking Dead season finals – keep in mind that it was never intended to extend over six months. ”
The review continued, “Sadly, the episode feels weighed down by this weight of expectation. At least now The walking dead can begin to look to the future. When those extra half-dozen episodes are removed, we’ll really be in the home stretch – and we could just look back at “A Certain Doom” as the episode where the ending really began. ”
The walking dead is currently airing on FOX in the UK and on NOWTV.