World Beyond Could Explain What Happened to Heath

Did the world beyond explain what happened to Heath?

The the walking dead: world beyond timeline is a web series that was released on October 7th. It is set in the same universe as the show, and it does not take place after it has ended.



Heath, what happened to him? The long-missing Alexandrian (Corey Hawkins) inexplicably vanished in Season 7 of The Walking Dead, but the reappearance of Anne/Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) in Season 2 of The Walking Dead: World Beyond may settle the cold case. Heath was sold to the Civic Republic in Season 7 by Jadis, then the leader of the Scavengers, in return for provisions for her junkyard-dwelling survivors. The Civic Republic and its clandestine military, the CRM, are the chopper organization behind the “A” and “B” codes linking Walking Dead and World Beyond, where Jadis returns as a high-ranking soldier eager to “establish a new period on this planet.”

Scott Gimple, then the showrunner for The Walking Dead, stated in 2017 that we “certainly haven’t seen the last of Heath,” and that there will be explanations regarding the PPP key card left at his disappearance location. Season 2 alludes to what occurred when Jadis (Andrew Lincoln) flew away with Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) on a CRM chopper in Season 9 of The Walking Dead, so there’s a possibility we’ll discover what happened to Heath after he was trafficked to the CRM.

With a Season 11 Easter egg on the Wall of the Lost, a picture board full with photos of missing people placed outside the Commonwealth, The Walking Dead appeared to remind viewers of Heath. Only the Civic Republic, a hidden civilisation of 200,000 survivors on the opposite side of the nation, dwarfs this sophisticated city near Charleston, West Virginia. The CRM protects this population, according to Lt. Col. Elizabeth Kublek (Julia Ormond) on Earth Beyond, so that they may “build the future” and recover the world from the undead.

When revealing Jadis’ involvement in Heath’s disappearance, Walking Dead showrunner Angela Kang told INSIDER in 2018: “That was sort of the goal that we had in the back of our minds this entire time.” “Even in that season [Season 7], when we had to write off the great Corey Hawkins because he had tremendous possibilities in the feature picture industry… those seeds were already planted.”

Heath might even make a cameo with Jadis, perhaps as a CRM soldier. Season 2 of World Beyond shows more about this mystery gang, including scenes set in places where Rick has gone in the six years after he vanished from The Walking Dead, as well as “familiar faces.” (However, don’t hold your breath for Rick’s reappearance in World Beyond.)

“[Season 2] is all about those disparate realms, those vastly disparate universes. As the [Season 1] conclusion very much hinted, it will go further into CRM “TWDUniverse previously spoke with Gimple. “It’s likely that we’ll see some recognizable faces.”

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The Walking Dead: World Beyond premieres new episodes on AMC on Sunday, October 3. For all things TWD, follow the author @CameronBonomolo on Twitter.

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