Apocalypses have the drawback of lasting forever, and no show better captures the enduring nature of humanity’s doom than The Walking Dead. The acclaimed zombie series on AMC has undergone numerous reboots, spin-offs, and ups and downs, but most importantly, it still stutters along. The most recent iteration is Tales of the Walking Dead, a six-part anthology of tales set in the overly well-known universe.
The benefit of an anthology is that it can contain a wide range of different tones and points of view, as the first episode, “Evie/Joe,” which was a rom-com unlike anything else in the franchise, expertly demonstrated. It’s difficult to predict how the entire anthology will turn out because subsequent episodes are expected to concentrate on both unfamiliar and recognizable characters. Here is everything we currently know about the most recent episode, though.
Tales of the Walking Dead Season 1, Episode 5 Release Date
The AMC premiere of “Davon” is scheduled for Sunday, September 11, 2022. It is already available to subscribers of AMC+.
Where to Watch Tales of the Walking Dead Online
The program is only available to AMC and AMC+ subscribers. AMC is available on several live TV streaming services, including DirecTV Stream, Sling TV, Fubo TV, and YouTube TV.
Who is in the Tales of the Walking Dead Cast?
The names in the anthology are a mix of well-known authors and up-and-comers. The third episode will feature a character origin story starring Samantha Morton, who played Alpha. Some additional guest stars are:
- Olivia Munn
- Terry Crews
- Parker Posey
- Anthony Edwards
- Poppy Liu
- Jillian Bell
- Loan Chabanol
- Embeth Davidtz
- Jessie T. Usher
- Daniella Pineda
- Danny Ramirez
Is There a Trailer for Tales of the Walking Dead Season One, Episode Five? Yes! Here You Go:
Tales of the Walking Dead Season 1, Episode 5 Synopsis
Tales of the Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 5 offers a lot to watch. A young stranger wakes up in a terrifying foreign town with no memory of how he got there. To understand why the residents of the area are accusing him of murder, he must piece together fragments of his damaged memory.
Jessie T. Usher joins the TWD Family in “Davon,” in which she co-stars with Embeth Davidtz as Amanda, Loan Chabonol as Nora, and Gage Munroe as Arnaud. This episode’s description calls it “a detective story cracked thriller.” Everyone in the town is accusing Davon of a murder for which he has no memory when he suddenly awakens.
The additional backstory for Elton is revealed with every new episode of World Beyond. This is the highlight of the episode, and his entire 10-minute tale is more captivating than the entire World Beyond fetches quest up to this point.
I wish they had made this story about a young Elton leaving on his own instead of those fleeting moments that show him leaving.
Unfortunately, that’s not the case; instead, we discover the group building a boat to cross the river this time. The fabricated lightning strike is pretty ridiculous, and it is made even more ridiculous by the fact that there was no actual storm or rain to accompany it. The only thing that happened was a single lightning strike.