Walking Dead fans will rejoice, there will be more to watch and more to celebrate in this iconic Robert Kirkman franshise. The Walking Dead season seven is about to debut where we will finally learned you suffers the burtal fate at the hands of Lucille, Negan’s famous barbed-wire entwined baseball bat. News just broke that AMC has renewed the hit television show for season 8, news broke on the official AMC Twitter page for The Walking Dead;
There are other periphery shows that are doing quite well and have also had news just revealed around them. One of them is called Fear The Walking Dead (returning in 2017 for a new third season) and features a band of survivors on the West Coast and in the northwest regions of Mexico struggling to survive.
AMC has now revealed and release the first part a new web-based mini series called Fear the Walking Dead: Passage. The show will last for 16 episodes. The previous web series, Fear The Walking Dead: Flight 462 eventually had an impact on the main Walking Dead mythos so it remains to be seen what will bleed over from this new series.
The Walking Dead returns for it’s seventh season on October 23rd, which is a Sunday. It will start at 9PM EST on AMC. The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon, Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes, Danai Gurira as Michonne, Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan, Michael Cudlitz as Abraham Ford, Steven Yeun as Glenn, Lennie James as Morgan, Sarah Callis as Lori, Sonequa Martin as Sasha, Christian Serratos as Rosita, Josh McDermitt as Eugene and Laurie Holden as Andrea. Fear the Walking Dead stars Frank Dillane as Nick, Cliff Curtis as Travis, Lorenzo Henrie as Chris, Mercedes Masohn as Ofelia, Colman Domingo as Victor Strand and Alycia Carey as Alicia.
“A fearsome survivor agrees to help an injured woman in exchange for an apocalyptic sanctuary. A new installment of the 16-part series is available every week on amc.com, the AMC mobile apps, and on-air during premiere episodes of The Walking Dead.”