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Fear The Walking Dead - News/Details/Rumours

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  • You can watch it here:

    http://www.spoilertv.com/2015/10/fear-walking-dead-flight-462-webseries.html

    PS Hope the above link isn't breaking any forum rules.




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    Fear The Walking Dead: Passage - is a sixteen part mini series featuring two survivors evading zombies in a refugee camp. This release was done to help promote the third season of Fear The Walking Dead and Season 7 of The Walking Dead. It is the second mini series to accompany Fear the Walking Dead, along with Flight 462
    A fearsome survivor agrees to help an injured woman in exchange for an apocalyptic sanctuary.


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  • Passage: Part 11





  • Passage: Part 12



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  • Fear The Walking Dead Season 3 - Official Synopsis
    "As Fear the Walking Dead returns for season three, our families will be brought together in the vibrant and violent ecotone of the U.S.-Mexico border. International lines done away with following the world's end, our characters must attempt to rebuild not only society, but family as well. Madison (Kim Dickens) has reconnected with Travis (Cliff Curtis), her apocalyptic partner, but Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) has been fractured by her murder of Andres. Madison's son mere miles from his mother, Nick's (Frank Dillane) first action as a leader saw Luciana (Danay Garcia) ambushed by an American militia group, the couple escaped death, but Nick no longer feels immortal. Recovering both emotionally and physically, Strand (Colman Domingo) has his sights set on harnessing the new world's currency, and Ofelia's (Mercedes Mason) captivity will test her ability to survive and see if she can muster the savagery of her father."

    Fear The Walking Dead returns this Summer.

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  • The actress that plays Rosita is pregnant so that will affect her future storyline in the show.




  • zerks wrote: »
    The actress that plays Rosita is pregnant so that will affect her future storyline in the show.

    wrong show ;)




  • DoozerT6 wrote: »
    wrong show ;)

    Fat fingers when clicking threads on the phone.:o




  • zerks wrote: »
    Fat fingers when clicking threads on the phone.:o

    Had to be done:
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  • Passage Part 13





  • Just started watching last week and half way through season 2 now. I must say it so much better than it's sister show the pacing just seems so fast compared to TWD.




  • Just started watching last week and half way through season 2 now. I must say it so much better than it's sister show the pacing just seems so fast compared to TWD.

    It just had such potential, and wasted it by skipping over it in season one. It is like they had a brainstorming meeting and then tried to cram a few ideas in to half a season. I know people give out about TWD and slow/erratic pacing but FTWD was peculiar.

    - Its starting
    - we are in a camp - WTF happened in between?
    - we are escaping hostiles - sure we have only been here one episode
    - its over - quick lets do something else because people on twitter are complaining
    - On an island - well at least its different, but a bit to monster of the week, so lets never do that again
    - MEXICO

    Also not helped in season one by the horrendous editing team, that you only knew some things because the actors said it in interviews afterwards, not realising the editing team had cut **** loads of important things out.

    Christ, some episodes in season two, timeline was screwy, implied it was linear but that made no sense as they were talking earlier and then they were all lost.

    This said, the end of season two got motoring really well but it is not without huge flaws that I would forgive a new show but one with a team with that many years and that much leeway not to get shut down really should not have been making.




  • Passage Part 14



    Passage Part 15





  • Fear The Walking Dead showrunner departs for greener, less zombie-filled pastures
    Like a desperate survivor sailing away from a dangerous, zombie-filled mainland, Variety reports that showrunner Dave Erickson will be departing Fear The Walking Dead after its upcoming third season. Erickson—a former producer on shows like Sons Of Anarchy, Marco Polo, and the short-lived Low Winter Sun—has been helming the AMC spin-off since it shuffled into existence back in 2015.

    Erickson’s departure is part of a larger deal he recently negotiated with AMC, which will see him continue to develop shows at the cable network. Network execs praised Erickson (who’ll stay on the Walking Dead spin-off as an executive producer) for his work on the series, but have yet to name his successor.
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  • Fear the Walking Dead : Passage Part 16 (Final Part.)



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  • Premiere date;

    AMC has announced that season 3 of Fear the Walking Dead will hit TV screens on Sunday, June 4 with back-to-back episodes. The season's first half will consist of eight episodes, with the first half finale taking place over back-to-back episodes airing on July 9. That's eight episodes packed into just six weeks.

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  • It's no real biggie, but should FTWD have it's own subforum?...




  • DoozerT6 wrote: »
    It's no real biggie, but should FTWD have it's own subforum?...

    To be honest FTWD receives very little interaction on here, each episode thread gets maybe 10 to 15 posts at best.




  • I was thinking more about how similar the names are - I have more than once clicked into a 'Fear' thread thinking it was a TWD thread (like I did with this one) and been momentarily very confused :D:D

    Like I said it's no big deal in the grand scheme of things, but then again they are two completely different shows...?


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  • Renewed for a 4th season.




  • is fear the walking dead any good?




  • 2Mad2BeMad wrote: »
    is fear the walking dead any good?

    Not particularly but it has a lot more actual zombie action than TWD at this point, and not as much of the random, waffling, bore-you-to-tears filler.

    Thought the second half of the last season was particularly decent enough though, good pace.




  • Is fear Twd on any Irish stations? Watched series 1 on u tube ..




  • sabhail wrote: »
    Is fear Twd on any Irish stations? Watched series 1 on u tube ..

    No it isn't, and is unlikely to be in the future unfortunately. Google is your friend on this one!




  • I just finished watching season 2 , its watchable but meh on all the characters . having a show based on a soccer mom and a bunch of kids you would mostly want to strangle and drown :pac: is not going to be strong. It seems to be a show that was crafted with identity politics in mind, cant have a strong white male lead. the female characters are the more responsible ones and most of the male characters have to be heavily flawed. Contrast it to the first season of the walking dead where the character setup lends itself to more tension in the group, who will lead etc.




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    'The Walking Dead' will crossover with 'Fear the Walking Dead': What we know
    It's the crossover event zombie lovers have been waiting for.

    AMC's popular series The Walking Dead returns for Season 8 on Oct. 22, but fans are really hyped about a crossover with its prequel spinoff Fear the Walking Dead that comic-book creator and series executive producer Robert Kirkman teased Saturday night at New York Comic Con.

    “There are two Walking Dead shows. One character is going to go from one show that I will not name and appear on another show that I will not name,” Kirkman said during a Walking Dead panel, according to EW.com.

    Kirkman didn't elaborate on how the shows would pull off the feat. The two series take place in different time periods, so flashbacks could be one way to do it.

    “Are we going to see an interesting backstory of the Walking Dead character showing up in Fear the Walking Dead?” Kirkman teased during the panel, Vanity Fair reports. “Or are we going to see a Fear the Walking Dead character show up in The Walking Dead, and see a future version of a character? What could happen? Is it going to be something completely different than that?”

    Oh, and as for when to expect that crossover: Well, sorry, there are no details available on that yet either.

    We'll have to stay tuned.

    The cable channel confirmed the crossover plans with a simple tweet with a poster saying "The worlds collide." The tweet read: "This is real. #crossover #TWD #FearTWD"


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