"The end of the world was our beginning." The third TV series in the shared universe of AMC's The Walking Dead, The Walking Dead: World Beyond will show viewers what it's like to be the first generation to grow up in a living dead environment. Ahead of the series' premiere this April, we've been provided with new photos and key art for the first season of The Walking Dead: World Beyond.

A "two-season limited event," The Walking Dead: World Beyond will premiere on AMC on Sunday, April 12th at 10:00pm ET, with following episodes slated to air on Sundays at 9:00pm ET.

You can view the new photos, key art, and previously released trailer below, and in case you missed it, visit our online hub to catch up on our previous coverage of The Walking Dead: World Beyond.

"The Walking Dead: World Beyond expands the universe of The Walking Dead, delving into a new mythology and story that follows the first generation raised in a surviving civilization of the post-apocalyptic world. Two sisters along with two friends leave a place of safety and comfort to brave dangers, known and unknown, living and undead on an important quest. Pursued by those who wish to protect them and those who wish to harm them, a tale of growing up and transformation unfurls across dangerous terrain, challenging everything they know about the world, themselves and each other. Some will become heroes. Some will become villains. But all of them will find the truths they seek.

Co-created by Scott M. Gimple and showrunner Matt Negrete, The Walking Dead: World Beyond stars Aliyah Royale, Alexa Mansour, Annet Mahendru, Nicolas Cantu, Hal Cumpston, Nico Tortorella and Julia Ormond. Produced and distributed by AMC Studios, the series is executive produced by Gimple, Negrete, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert and Brian Bockrath."

Phots by Sarah Shatz, Macall Polay, and Jojo Whilden via AMC:

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