The Walking Dead Origins series premieres with Daryl’s Story, the first episode in a series of specials streaming exclusively on AMC+. The new series, now streaming, retells the stories of the key survivors from The Walking Dead with interviews and narrations from the actors who play them. So far, the series will have specials for Maggie Rhee (Lauren Cohan), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), Carol (Melissa McBride), and Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus).

Each new episode of The Walking Dead Origins, premiering on Thursdays, will feature a sneak peek at TWD’s eleventh and final season. It will also include The Best of The Walking Dead — a new collection featuring fan-favorite episodes for each character.

In The Walking Dead Origins Daryl’s Story, Norman Reedus revisits Daryl’s character arc from “a loner to protector and guardian of his chosen family” through ten seasons of The Walking Dead. Reedus will narrate the 60-mimute special, which consists of clips from past episodes of TWD. The episode will end with an exclusive scene from the two-part TWD season 11 premiere airing August 15th on AMC+ and August 22nd on AMC.

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#TWD Origins: Daryl’s Story is available to stream TODAY exclusively on @AMCPlus and you don’t want to miss it! See Daryl’s journey as told by Norman Reedus himself PLUS get an EXCLUSIVE sneak peek at what’s in store next season! What are you waiting for? Stream it now!

The Walking Dead Origins Daryl’s Story will be accompanied by Best of Daryl highlighting a collection of episodes like Season 2 favorite “Chupacabra” and Season 9 episode “The Obliged.” The Walking Dead Origins continues Thursday with new specials.

The Walking Dead Origins: Maggie’s Story and Best of Maggie premieres Thursday, July 22, followed by Negan’s Story and Best of Negan on July 29 and Carol’s  Story and Best of Carol on August 5.

The Walking Dead Origins and The Best of The Walking Dead collection are no streaming only on AMC+. The Final Season of The Walking Dead premieres August 15th on AMC+ and Sunday, August 22 on AMC.



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