The meaning of CRM, the name of the militarized organization that has appeared in The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead, is shown in a clip from The Walking Dead: World Beyond.
The new two-season limited occasion series presents a culture based in Nebraska, home to nearly 10,000 survivors and acting as one of three different cultures bound from the three-circle emblem seen on the helicopter used to abduct a severely injured Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) in Season 9 of The Walking Dead.
The shadowy group introduced a danger to Althea (Maggie Grace) in Season 5 of Fear, where Althea encountered CRM soldier Isabelle (Sydney Lemmon).
From the clip in the World Beyond series premiere released through Discussing Dead, Lieutenant colonel Elizabeth Kublek (Julia Ormond) introduces himself to Felix (Nico Tortorella) and Huck (Annet Mahendru), security force officers to the Campus colony of Omaha.
Kubiak has come with armed members of the Civil Republic Military, who could”only spare one helicopter.”
Watching from afar is Hope (Alexa Mansour), who extends her middle finger at Kublek’s direction. Hope is not as trusting of this CRM than sister Iris (Aliyah Royale), a student ambassador kind who knows their father — Dr. Leo Bennett (Joe Holt) — is away far away from doing”significant work” together with the Civil War.
However, if the sisters understand their father is in trouble, they join forces with new buddies Elton (Nicolas Cantu) and Silas (Hal Cumpston) to mount a daring rescue mission taking them out into the dangerous world beyond their walls.
Not only will viewers view “a lot” of those familiar CRM helicopters throughout World Beyond, Tortorella said on a recent episode of Talking Dead, but we’ll”get to meet who is in those helicopters and where they’re coming out.”
The Walking Dead Universe can be developing different mythologies beyond CRM, a team already tethered to the upcoming Walking Dead feature movies following Rick Grimes following his disappearance from Virginia.
“It’s not like [The Walking Dead and Stress ] may not touch upon [CRM] again, but it’s super important that they have their tales,” Gimple, that co-created World Beyond with Matt Negrete, previously told EW. “We’re growing other mythologies like the CRM mythology within this universe, which is kind of the first mythology, but there is going to be more.”
The Walking Dead: World Beyond was first scheduled to debut Sunday, April 12, following the Season 10 finale of The Walking Dead. Its series premiere was delayed and will reach AMC later this year.