The Walking Dead: World Beyond is a spin-off to AMC’s post-apocalyptic horror series, The Walking Dead. The series premiered on the network in 2020 and was only meant as a limited series, with the upcoming second season serving as the final installment.

Recently, AMC has unveiled the official synopsis for the second season of The Walking Dead: World Beyond. The series will conclude the epic adventures of the Bennett siblings, Iris (Aliyah Royale) and Hope (Alexa Mansour), and their friends Silas (Hal Cumpston) and Elton (Nicolas Cantu).

The spin-off is set a decade following the events in the flagship series. The first season followed the four teenage protagonists as they go on a journey to find and rescue the siblings’ father from the organization known as the Civic Republic Military (CRM).

“The epic story of Iris, Hope, Elton, and Silas — four friends who journeyed across the country on a mission that transformed everything they knew about themselves and the world,” the official synopsis of The Walking Dead: World Beyond season 2 notes.

The teens fight off against the CRM and their own destiny. The second and final installment will come with a lot of unexpected twists and turns as their goals start to shift. New bonds will form, while the old ones may crumble. Also, innocence will be both lost and found.

WARNING! Spoilers for the first installment coming ahead. Read at your own risk.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond season 1 saw the group being separated from one another. Iris teamed up with Will (Jelani Alladin) and Felix (Nico Tortorella) to rescue hope from the CRM. Silas was arrested by the organization after staying behind to let Elton and Percy (Ted Sutherland) evade capture.

Meanwhile, the siblings’ father Dr. Leo Bennett (Joe Holt) is still trapped in the CRM’s research facility in New York. He could not find a way to escape the organization because he’s still under the control of the troop, particularly Lt. Col. Elizabeth Kublek (Julia Ormond).

In a previous interview with, co-creator/showrunner Matt Negrete teased that the upcoming final installment sees the characters “wrestling with the fate of much bigger things.” He said that the storyline is going to be very different than what was seen in season 1.

"I think the scope's going to be a lot bigger, and they're going to be wrestling with the fate of much bigger things — let's put it like that — in Season 2,” Negrete said.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond season 2 is slated to premiere sometime this 2021 on AMC.