Reedus has a longstanding relationship with AMC thanks to his tenure on the network's hit series "The Walking Dead." He is set to join fellow "Walking Dead" original cast member Melissa McBride in their own spinoff when the mothership show ends after Season 11. He also currently hosts the travel docuseries "Ride With Norman Reedus" on AMC, which aired its fourth season last year with a fifth on the way.
His pen-and-ink drawings were famous for their Victorian and Edwardian imagery as well as their macabre sense of humor. His work has influenced a wide range of other authors and artists, including Lemony Snickett, Wes Anderson, Tim Burton, and Neal Gaiman. Gorey was a prolific writer, illustrator, and designer.
Reedus will executive produce the project along with bigbaldhead's JoAnne Colona and Amanda Verdon under the company's recently announced first-look deal with AMC Studios.
He is repped by CAA, Brillstein Entertainment Partners, and Jackoway Austen Tyerman.” />
P. Rosebeetle, “who tilted her employer out of a wheelchair and over a cliff at Sludgemouth in 1898,” Mrs. "Neglected Murderesses" is described as a black comedy that tells the story of twelve enterprising, fictitious female killers, who use particularly unique methods to off their victims. Fledaway, who "laced her husband's tea with atropine in the spring of 1903," and Miss Q. Among them are: Nurse J. Urkheimer, who "brained her fiancé after failing to pick up an easy spare at Glover's Lanes."
Norman Reedus and his production company, bigbaldhead, are developing the live-action AMC series "Neglected Murderesses," based on the book by Edward Gorey, Variety has learned exclusively.
The organizations include The Elephant Sanctuary, The International Fund for Animal Welfare, The National Marine Life Center, and many more. It marks the first time the Edward Gorey Estate has allowed for an adaptation of the late author's work. Furthermore, the Edward Gorey Charitable Trust has pledged that all profits earned from the series will be donated to a number of animal welfare organizations, given Gorey's fondness for animals. According to an individual with knowledge of the project, the team has been pursuing the rights to "Neglected Murderesses" for several years.

Shane also appeared in Season 3 as a ghostly apparition haunting Rick. The exact nature of Bernthal's appearance in the season is unknown, but given the fact that his character was killed off in the Season 2 finale not once but twice (first by Rick, then by Carl after Shane turned into a walker, chances are it will be in a flashback.
Bernthal has stayed plenty busy since he departed "The Walking Dead." The actor has appeared in numerous critically-acclaimed films like "Baby Driver," "Fury," "The Wolf of Wall Street," and "Sicario." He also currently stars in the Marvel-Netflix series "The Punisher," a role he originated in Season 2 of "Daredevil."
Jon Bernthal, who starred as Shane in the AMC show's first two seasons, is going to appear in an episode of the show's next season, Variety has confirmed with sources.
"The Walking Dead" is bringing back a familiar face for Season 9.
AMC declined to comment.
News of Bernthal's return comes just after the news that Andrew Lincoln, who has played Rick Grimes throughout the series, is reportedly set to exit the show after the ninth season and will appear in just a handful of episodes. It is said that Norman Reedus is negotiating a large pay raise as he moves up to number one on the show's call sheet, while Lauren Cohan is also set to appear in just a few episodes in Season 9 due to her lead role in the upcoming ABC drama series "Whiskey Cavalier."
TV Line first reported Bernthal's return.” />