Fear of the Walking Dead’s eighth season will be its last, according to an earlier AMC statement. It will be split into two parts, the second of which will have a time leap of seven years that corresponds to the timeline of the primary series. Despite the fact that the post-apocalyptic horror drama series still has 12 episodes remaining to air, cinematographer David Morrison shared a behind-the-scenes peek from the set on Instagram to indicate that production for the last episode has begun. “Been looking forward to this for a while,” he added.
Michael E. Satrazemis, a seasoned executive producer, will serve as the director, with Morrison in charge of camera operations. The commencement of the zombie epidemic is followed in the TWD universe’s Fear the Walking Dead. The first Walking Dead spinoff series, produced by Robert Kirkman and Dave Erikson, made its premiere in 2015. The focus of the eighth season will be PADRE, with Lennie James’ and Kim Dickens’ characters Morgan Jones and Madison Clark doing all in their power to oppose PADRE’s nihilistic rule.
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‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Finale
Season 8 of the show also features Austin Amelio, Colman Domingo, Karen David, Rubén Blades, Danay Garcia, Christine Evangelista, and Jenna Elfman in addition to James and Dickens. The Walking Dead: Dead City will premiere in June 2023, The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon will debut in the autumn of this year, and The Walking Dead: Summit will appear on our television screens the following year. While the season finale is sad news for Fear the Walking Dead and TWD fans in general, they can look forward to more spinoff series.
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Production has begun on the final episode of Fear the Walking Dead’s eighth and last season, with a seven-year time leap. More spinoffs are on the way.