"We're well set up to work remotely," showrunner Angela Kang, who is currently working with her writers on Season 11, told The Hollywood Reporter of the AMC drama's coronavirus plans. "I'm a tech head. We do video conferences regularly. On a normal basis, I'm very stringent about, 'If you're sick, don't come into the office.' The other day, I was on the phone and in meetings from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., all day straight. I did Skype, I did FaceTime, I did Zoom, I did remote reviewing of VFX. We are very well set up to work remotely. That's been fine for us." Kang says remote work protocols have long been in place for The Walking Dead team, and the coronavirus pandemic will not impact continuing work in the writers room. "Today, nobody is going to be at the office," she said Friday. "The room will continue to run. We're doing it by conference call and we're doing it by video conference. Everything will continue to run, but on a remote basis."