Bloody Disgusting exclusively has learned that KNB co-founder Greg Nicotero is getting behind the camera to direct a series of webisodes for the forthcoming second season of AMC’s “The Walking Dead”.
John Esposito (“The Theatre Bizarre, “Masters of Horror”) is penning the screenplays for the six episodes set to premiere this fall. We’re hearing they may also play on AMC’s annual Fearfest, although that’s unconfirmed.
Shooting next month, the webisodes follow “Hannah” and her children who take shelter in her ex-husband’s house from a horde of zombies.
Nicotero directed the widely popular short film “The United Monster Talent Agency” back in 2010.
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