March 11 (UPI) -- Norman Reedus says his Walking Dead spinoff will have a "different flavor" than the original show.
On The Tonight Show, Reedus confirmed he and McBride are "doing something together."
"It's gonna look different. It's gonna be a different flavor totally," he said of the spinoff. "I don't know where it's going to be yet. We're kind of waiting."
When asked if the spinoff means Daryl survives Season 11, Reedus jokingly said the show might channel Weekend at Bernie's.
"It could be Weekend at Bernie's. She could drag my zombie body all across the country, I have no idea," he said.
The Walking Dead Season 10 resumed airing in February after production was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On the Tonight Show, Reedus shared how the new episodes will help set up Season 11.
"This is more rooted in, I want to say reality, you know?" the actor said of the episodes. "Our bad guys -- you know, there's always a bad guy -- our threats are more based in reality, which is very apropos for the times right now."
"The threat is very real, and it's very different," he added.
On the Tonight Show, Reedus confirmed he is now filming Season 11.
The Walking Dead is based on the Robert Kirkman comic book series of the same name. The series co-stars Danai Gurira, Christian Serratos, Josh McDermitt, Seth Gilliam and Ross Marquand.