It turns out the writing staff for AMC's hitwere themselves among when it comes to future employment.
Deadline TV's Nellie Andreeva reports that has let go of the writing staff ahead of the second season for which it has already been renewed.writer, executive producer and director Frank Darabont
What's more, I hear Darabont is looking to forgo having a writing staff for the second season ofaltogether and assign scripts to freelancers.
Perhaps it's not so surprising. Darabont wrote two of the six episodes and co-wrote or rewrote the other four, according to Ms. Andreeva. On top of that, two of those four episodes were not written by staff writers to begin with.