jonon9 wrote: »
You can watch it online.
DrPhilG wrote: »
naughto wrote: »
Ah no bit off trickery envolved
CramCycle wrote: »
Druggie Child: I am getting clean, I am not. Fair enough, but being able to overpower a reasonably athletic looking guy and presumably clean guy, gimme a break. While we are at it, was his dealer that stupid to hold the gun in full view when he was being so cooperative?
Smart Child: Super smart, going to Berkeley, but taps away on her phone like a brat in front of the teacher, even though, I think I heard someone else say she teaches classes in her spare time because she is so smart?
Step Dad: Could be OK, not sure of the point of his other family other than to have his heart broken or to give the family a mission, ie find the other family
Mother: Waits for the call to say her son is dead but then tries to save him, then admits she doesn't think he cares, but then goes searching frantically. I think the Step dad cared more, between her and the daughter for most annoying character
DrPhilG wrote: »
I'll wait for the DVD so.
NUTZZ wrote: »
No, there has been no official word on Irish rights apart from Setanta confirming it won't be part of their package here.
5starpool wrote: »
If you have Sky you can tune in the new UK AMC channel in other channels and it should be available to watch legally there soon if your morals preclude you from it otherwise. Google will tell you if/when that should be available there.
Drumpot wrote: »
I tuned the amc station on sky but can't watch it. Seems a bit stupid that they can't get something as simple as making a channel available to subscribers in this day and age!
Keplar240B wrote: »
What the frak is Labor Day weekend?
NUTZZ wrote: »
There's nothing stupid about it, its a Sky UK channel only (courtesy of BT), it's not available in Ireland as it currently stands.
Fear the Walking Dead may be concluding its first season this Sunday, October 4th, but “Fear” will continue to spread as AMC rolls out its newest web series, officially titled Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462, online beginning this fall. The first installment of the 16-part series will debut on amc.com on Sunday, October 4th and will then air as promos during two commercial breaks within The Walking Dead Season 6 premiere episode on Sunday, October 11th.
Subsequent episodes of Flight 462, each less than one minute long, will debut every Sunday, online and then on-air as promos during new episodes of The Walking Dead, for the duration of Season 6. In addition, one of the characters featured in the web series, which is produced by Fear the Walking Dead showrunner and executive producer Dave Erickson and co-executive producer David Wiener, will join the cast of Fear the Walking Dead Season 2.
Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462 tells the story of a group of passengers aboard a commercial airplane during the earliest moments of the outbreak. Over the course of the series, the plane and the lives of its passengers are put in jeopardy once they discover an infected traveler. The series is written by L. Signorino and Mike Zunic and directed by Fear director of photography Michael McDonough.
“Flight 462 is a great extension of the world of Fear and will engage fans across multiple platforms with another riveting story set at the start of the fall of civilization,” said Joel Stillerman, president of original programming and development for AMC and SundanceTV. “We are thrilled to be collaborating with Dave Erickson and David Wiener on another piece of original content. Watching how they’ll bring one of these new characters to the second season of Fear will be really exciting for viewers to follow.”
Don’t miss the Fear the Walking Dead Season 1 Finale Sunday at 9/8c on AMC and the show’s return for a second season of 15 episodes in 2016.
Paddy Cow wrote: »
I'm really looking forward to this. I remember seeing the plane meandering in the sky and wondering why no one mentioned it! I hope they do it justice. It would be terrifying to be in an enclosed space that high up in the sky and have someone turn into a zombie.
We all know what zombie's are but for the sake of drama, every show has to pretend like people don't know and show how normal people would react to having someone coming back from the dead and trying to eat them. If this happened to me on an airplane, I think I'd have a heart attack from the shock.
I just hope it plays out well. From the footage on the show, it looked like the pilots had lost control. Given how safety paranoid the US is since 9/11, it better not turn out that a zombie got into the cockpit.
clever user name wrote: »
A minute and a half? Christ, I thought they would more like 5 or 10 minutes.
thegreengoblin wrote: »
Nice build-up of drama and tension and then gone. Ffs.
It would surely be better to wait until they've all been broadcast and then watch it in one go. It seems utterly ludicrous and pointless doing it this way not to mention downright frustrating. Who comes up with these ridiculous ideas?
Thargor wrote: »
I thought I must have done something wrong when I watched that on my phone last night, idiotic, there will be a hundred versions of them all edited together on Youtube 5 minutes after the last one is released, Ill wait for that.