The Walking Dead may have blown the roof off Comic-Con 2015 by its Season 6 trailer, but the zombie apocalypse has only just begun by our first full look at companion spinoff Fear The Walking Dead. Not only do we at last know when our Fear will premiere, but the new trailer teases our best look yet at The Walking Dead's West Coast prequel.
AMC will make its largest showing yet of Fear The Walking Dead at Comic-Con 2015, in the meantime releasing even more photos and clips, along with a moody new poster. There’s finally a zombie to be found, but do the latest looks at The Walking Dead companion series inspire any actual fear?
Our first looks at The Walking Dead companion spinoff Fear The Walking Dead have been admittedly light on the dead, understandable for a prequel series, though it seems the walkers may not have very far to … well, walk. Our first dialogue clip for Fear The Walking Dead gives us an update on the outbreak, and - SPOILER ALERT - there’s something to Fear.
Excitement for The Walking Dead Season 6 not withstanding, we don’t have a particular picture of its spinoff “companion series” Fear The Walking Dead just yet. Now, AMC offers us several literal pictures, but little in the way of anything to fear. Now, eventually you do plan to have dead people on your Walking Dead show, right?
The Walking Dead Season 5 may come to a frightful close this Sunday with the AMC horror-drama’s latest attempt to “Conquer” airwaves, but the wait for fresh zombie action won’t prove nearly as long. Not only will we have companion series spinoff Fear the Walking Dead in late summer, but now it seems our first promo trailer will arrive as early as Sunday’s finale.
Beyond its brah-tastic Los Angeles setting, ‘The Walking Dead’'s upcoming “companion series” spinoff hasn’t given the clearest picture of what to expect. That said, where previously we learned ‘The Last Airbender’ star Cliff Curtis would lead the ensemble, we now have our leading lady for the “Cobalt” spinoff, none other than ‘Gone Girl’ and ‘Deadwood’ star Kim Dickens.
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