'Walking Dead' Creator Robert Kirkman and Other EPs Prevail Over AMC's Attempt To Kill $200 Million Profits Suit.

The first season of The Walking Dead spinoff The Ones Who Live wraps off this weekend, but the newest profit participation lawsuit from zombie apocalypse author Robert Kirkman, series executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, and others is far from ended.

U.S. District Judge Fernando Aenlle-Rocha yesterday denied the outlet's motion to dismiss Kirkman, Hurd, David Alpert, Charles Eglee, and Glen Mazzara's mega-millions case,

emphasizing the $200 million settlement AMC abruptly made in 2021 to end ex-TWD showrunner Frank Darabont and CAA's nearly 10-year-long profit lawsuit.

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"It would be an illogical interpretation of the MFN (most favored nations) provisions and contrary to the reasonable expectations of the parties in entering into the agreements

if the court were to allow Defendants, as a matter of law, to provide Darabont and CAA with increased contingent compensation and a greater share of future gross receipts for the series

through a settlement agreement—at Plaintiffs' expense—without providing Plaintiffs the same," the court said.

Kirkman, Hurd, and other TWD EPs sued AMC for $200 million in a breach of contract case on November 15, 2022, after coming up short in a prior lawsuit against the company.

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