‘Hannibal’ stars, who are now ‘in trouble’ after ‘The Sopranos’ controversy

‘Hannibal’ stars, who are now ‘in trouble’ after ‘The Sopranos’ controversy

The “The Soprano” stars who are in trouble after their “The Walking Dead” spinoff has been cancelled have been given a few new roles, according to a tweet from the show’s creator, Robert Kirkman. 

On Tuesday, the showrunner shared a new episode from “The Walk” starring Michael Cudlitz, who plays a former partner of “The King of Hell’s Kitchen” Walter White.

Cudnitz plays a character who has an interest in “The World of Oz,” a fictionalized version of New York City in the 1960s, where a young boy named Oz lives and grows up.

The episode was written by Scott M. Gimple, who is also the show creator.

Gimme also recently announced he would be leaving “The Wig” in the second half of the season.

“I can confirm that ‘The Walking Out’ will be a new show that I will be writing and directing, and will be airing this fall.

I’m so excited to be doing it,” Gimple wrote on Twitter.

Cudnits Twitter account also revealed the new character, who has been given the title of “Walter White.”

“The Walking out,” which was written and directed by Kirkman, is set to air in fall 2017.

“The show is set up as a series of flashbacks, so you won’t have to worry about who is right and who is wrong at the end of the story,” Kirkman wrote.