You can watch The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 premiere right now back of beyond

September 27, 2021
Jonathon Wilson 0
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AMC’s two-season so-called  “event series”, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, returns to our screens officially on October 3, on AMC. But you can watch it right now, if you’re that way inclined — not that the laughably bad first season gave one much reason to be. Still, we shouldn’t be too hasty, since the finale at least suggested better things to come. If you’d like to see for yourself, here’s how to watch The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 premiere.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond season 2, episode 1 release date

“Konsekans” is slated to release on October 3, 2021, at 9 pm ET, on AMC. The new episode has already premiered on AMC+ on September 26, 2021, since the streaming service is making new episodes available a week in advance.

Where to watch The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 premiere online

The most efficient for die-hard fans is, obviously, an AMC+ subscription, which allows you to view the episode a week before everyone else. Using AMC’s app or website, the episode can be live-streamed at the date and time above when it officially airs, and anyone else can access the episode via a litany of live TV streaming platforms such as SpectrumSling TVDirecTVFubo TVPhilo TVXfinityApple TV, and YouTube TV.

What to expect from “Konsekans”

So, the first season ended with a flurry of reveals, including the fact that Huck had orchestrated a lot of the season’s events in order to lure Hope out of the relative safety of the CRM Campus Colony. This is because — try and read this out loud with a straight face — she’s a genius. Those two went off with Elizabeth to help build the future. Meanwhile, Silas surrendered himself to the CRM, while Iris and Felix met a new — or perhaps old — group. You can expect “Konsekans” to continue to pull on all of these plot strands, hopefully not as stupidly as it did during the first season.

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