The Walking Dead’s Katelyn Nacon joins the cast of Light as a Feather

Last Updated on August 2, 2021

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I've never watched an episode of the Hulu series Light as a Feather and our own Alex Maidy wasn't very impressed by what he saw of the show, giving it a 4/10 review, so I haven't been in a hurry to check it out. Regardless of my level of interest in the show, I was glad to hear some news about it: actress Katelyn Nacon, who played the character Enid on five seasons of The Walking Dead before making a horrific exit in the penultimate episode of season 9, is joining the cast of Light as a Feather for its upcoming second season. It's cool that the announcement that Nacon has gotten cast in another genre show has come along less than two weeks after we saw her character killed off on The Walking Dead.

Nacon will be playing a character named Sammi on Light as Feather. Her fellow new additions to the show include Froy Gutierrez as Ridge, Adriyan Rae as Peri, Alisa Allapach as Amanda, Kira Kosarin as Nadia, Alex Wassabi as Luke, Alan and Alex Stokes in unspecified roles, and TEEN WITCH herself Robyn Lively as Deb.

Starring Liana Liberato as McKenna Brady, Light as a Feather season 2 has the following synopsis: 

Having inherited the curse brought on by the lethal game of “Light as a Feather,” McKenna finds herself fighting against a ticking clock compelling her to play along.

Light as a Feather was created by R. Lee Fleming Jr., based on a short story by Zoe Aarsen. Fleming also executive produces the series, which is produced by AwesomenessTV, Wattpad, and Grammnet for Hulu.

The new season is currently filming in Los Angeles.

Source: Arrow in the Head

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