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‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 8: Everything We Need to Know!

AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead has been picked up for its eighth season! Since 2015, the series has published seven seasons thus far with the season 7 mid-season finale airing on December 5, 2021. The Walking Dead spinoff will end Season 7 by June. It may be premature to talk about season 8 without season 7 officially coming to a close, but let’s have a look regardless!

What Is The Plot Of Fear The Walking Dead Season 8?

As we said, we’ll have to finish up with this season to have some notion of the plot of the future season. AMC has released a Season 7B summary, which reads: “Victor Strand is the only survivor of the nuclear blast in the second half of Season 7. Having constructed a fiefdom, he callously decides who will have a chance at life. The other members of the group have suffered much, but out of that, have come to a fierce will to live, even if it means taking Strand’s Tower by force and continuing the search for Padre, a mythological destination no one sure exists.

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Alicia, now the reluctant leader of Teddy’s (John Glover) former followers, is haunted by a mystery disease and the implications of her past deeds. Morgan (Lennie James), trying to keep hope that he would be reunited with his family, understands Alicia is vital to their survival. New threats are emerging from all sides as the paranoia and vendettas of Strand increase as a result of Alicia’s declaration of war.”

Who Is Cast In Fear The Walking Dead Season 8?

AMC Networks revealed the return of Alicia’s mother Madison Clark, played by popular former cast member Kim Dickens. Fear the Walking Dead viewers have seen her in all four seasons. She’s now back for season 7’s second half, and she’ll be back for season 8 as a series regular.

As for the other characters, it’s impossible to say as a lot of people would wind up getting killed off on the show. For now, the season 7B cast members include Lennie James (Morgan), Alycia Debnam-Carey (Alicia), Colman Domingo (Victor), Danay Garcia (Luciana), Austin Amelio (Dwight), Mo Collins (Sarah), Alexa Nisenson (Charlie), Karen David (Grace), Christine Evangelista (Sherry), Colby Hollman (Wes), Jenna Elfman (June), Keith Carradine (John Dorie Sr.), and Ruben Blades (Daniel) according to ComicBook.com.

When Will Fear The Walking Dead Season 8 Release?

Even though “Fear the Walking Dead” Season 8’s premiere date hasn’t been announced, we can make educated guesses based on the show’s current release schedule, which includes an expected date for the second half of Season 7 and an expected date for Season 8.

Variety says that AMC announced that “Fear the Walking Dead” would have a Season 8 in an episode of “Talking Dead” that aired right after the mid-season finale of Season 7.

AMC has also put out a trailer for Season 7B, which you can watch right now on YouTube. The teaser says that Season 7B of The Walking Dead on AMC will start on April 17, 2022.

Fear the Walking Dead' Season 8
Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 8

Variety says that it will also be available on AMC Plus a week before usual.) Season 7B’s last episode will air in the middle of June 2022. There are still eight episodes left in Season 7.

Season 8 won’t start until at least late 2022. (via Newsweek). You can expect the end of Season 7B and the start of Season 8 to happen around the same time as the mid-season finale of Season 7, which will happen in about five months.

Because of this, season 8 of “Fear the Walking Dead” will come out in November 2022.

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Conclusion

The first episode of Fear the Walking Dead aired on TV on August 23, 2015. In 2021, the first episode of the seventh season will be on October 17. Since the fourth season, Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, who took over from Erickson as creators and co-executives, have worked together to make and run the show. The show was given a ninth season order in December 2021. So far, the show has been filmed in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

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