The last season of AMC Fear of the Walking Dead really went as far as possible to erase the slate: it literally ended up being multiple nuclear explosions go away. Therefore, where things are going now, everyone is guessing. But luckily, the cast and crew of the show showed up at San Diego Comic-Con @ Home 2021 to talk about the cliff and dive into the seventh season The walking dead prequel is entry.
Lennie James, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, Jenna Elfman, Karen David, Mo Collins and Christine Evangelista appeared on the panel to discuss what’s next Fear of the Walking Dead. And what’s next is a whole new apocalypse as the seventh season premieres its first eight episodes starting on October 17th. After the nuclear explosions, everyone will have to learn how to survive – the consequences change the way walkers work, how people work, basically everything that people knew about these characters and this universe. Fans can quickly see this in the first clip you can watch here.
Speaking of the greater implications of ending the sixth season which goes into the seventh season, The walking dead Space Chief Content Officer Scott M. Gimple said the characters leaving by helicopter at the end of last season are mostly related to their specific stories, but that they will have some bigger implications for space. Also, there was confirmation that this nuclear explosion happened before the events in other shows and that some characters in those shows are aware of that. But will he ever cross over? “It’s possible,” he said. But they added that they are still quite far away.
Another piece of news on the panel is that one of the show’s original stars, Alycia Debnam-Carey, will direct an episode this season. “It was another creative layer that I really wanted to explore for a long time,” she said. “I’m so nervous, but it’s going to be great.” The rest of the panel focused on each of the actors in some way setting the table where their characters were and are going into the future. You can watch tthe entire panel at this link but here’s another clip that focuses on a part of what Teddy (John Oliver) did in the past and how it might play in the future. Talk about creepy.
Basically, Fear of the Walking Dead changing things this year. Great time. Influences come from Crazy Max, The hills have eyes, Neverending Story, and even Wrestler. It starts on October 17th.
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