Not only are the Golden Globes taking over the news in the industry, but we are in an important week for television with the celebration of the TCA press tour. Within this framework, the main new series have been presented… and this time those of the ‘The Walking Dead’ franchise.
With the mother series just finished, it’s time to say goodbye to its first spin-off: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ will come to an end with its season 8. This has been announced at the event and through the first trailer for this latest batch, which will be divided into two parts. Also, yeah We have a new premiere date: May 14 on AMC.
After the events of season 7, we will see Morgan (Lennie James) and Madison (Kim Dickens) resigned and demoralized living under the rule of FATHER. As it is, the task of restarting belief in a better world falls to Morgan’s daughter Mo.
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In addition, we already know the approximate release dates of the rest of the spin-offs in the saga: the first will be ‘The Walking Dead: Dead City‘ coming in June with Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan; ‘The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon‘ will appear “later” this year with Norman Reedus; Finally, the one starring Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira will appear in 2024.
The Scott M. Gimple himself, supreme captain of the franchise, has described what awaits us in each spin-off:
“To conclude Fear the Walking Dead, we’re excited to bring you one of the most vibrant, inventive and exciting seasons ever as we explore new ground with old favorites: Maggie and Negan in a post-apocalyptic Manhattan madhouse with no one to depend on. except between them… Daryl Dixon in France, a loner unable to navigate this dangerous new world alone, facing fierce enemies and never-before-seen threats from the undead. And Rick and Michonne in a romantic saga of the dangerous road to them, and the path they must find between them, cornered by a new civilization and hordes of the dead.