This text accommodates spoilers for The Strolling Useless and The Strolling Useless: World Past.
The world of The Strolling Useless is increasing its scope with the upcoming spinoff The Strolling Useless: Daryl Dixon. The brand new sequence won’t solely see Norman Reedus go off on his personal journey, it’ll additionally break free from the franchise components by way of its setting. You see, this highly-anticipated spinoff will really happen in France, showcasing a unique aspect of the apocalyptic world we’ve been waiting for over a decade, in response to Deadline.
This marks the primary time a significant Strolling Useless sequence takes place exterior of North America. The primary sequence spent most of its run within the Southeast, as Rick and his group of survivors made their approach throughout Georgia to Virginia, at one level making it to Washington D.C., though they ultimately landed in Commonwealth territory positioned in Ohio. Concern the Strolling Useless opened in Los Angeles, earlier than taking us to post-apocalyptic Mexico and later Texas. Whereas World Past hinted at what was occurring in France (we’ll get to that in a minute), it additionally despatched its characters throughout the continental US reasonably than offshore.
It’s additionally clear now that Daryl Dixon received’t be the Daryl and Carol spinoff that followers had been hoping for after Melissa McBride exited the present. As an alternative, the brand new sequence will introduce two new characters that will probably be part of Daryl’s journey on the opposite aspect of the Atlantic. Actor Clémence Poésy (The Essex Serpent, Harry Potter) will play Isabelle, who, in response to Deadline, is “a member of a progressive non secular group, who joins forces with Daryl on a journey throughout France and finds herself confronting her darkish previous in Paris.” In the meantime, Adam Nagaitis (Chernobyl, Gunpowder Milkshake) will play Quinn “a displaced Brit who has change into highly effective in post-apocalyptic Paris as a black marketeer and the proprietor of the Demimonde, a horny underground nightclub.”