Fans Of 'The Walking Dead' Should Watch These Shows | Celebrity Page

The Walking Dead season 10 has come to a dramatic end. Luckily, The Walking Dead: World Beyond will give us a whole new group of characters for us to grow attached too. But, if you're looking for something new that will keep your interest, Ranker.com and the Watchworthy app have you covered with these shows.


The Twilight Zone on CBS All Access

The Jordan Peele reboot of the classic horror series will be sure to give you that edge-of-your-seat and chilling feeling. Just like The Walking Dead, The Twilight Zone adds a twist to real-life problems while mixing in fictional horror.

Evil on CBS

Another CBS product, Evil, brings the horror genre back to primetime network TV. Katja Herbers stars as "Kristen Bouchard," a clinical psychologist who joins a priest-in-training to debunk miracles, demonic possessions, and other extraordinary occurrences. Kristen tries to figure out a scientific explanation behind supernatural behavior.

His Dark Materials on HBO

His Dark Materials is a suggestion that takes us outside of the horror genre. Instead, the HBO drama is a fantasy adventure series set in a world where magic is used to traverse to different worlds. His Dark Materials stars Dafne Keen as "Lyra Belacqua." Lyra is a young girl on a journey to fulfill her destiny of liberating her people, which also leads her on a mission to save some missing children.

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