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Have you been wondering what to expect from Fear The Walking Dead? You're not alone. We've known for a while that it is a prequel set in La, beginning while Rick is in his coma, but beyond that we didn't know much at all.
Here are some highlights from the interview...
It will indeed be set during Rick's coma, but don't call it a prequel: "We are loosely covering the period of time that [The Walking Dead's] Rick (Andrew Lincoln) was in his coma in season one. We're able to watch and experience the things that he missed. It's more of a parallel story than a prequel; imagine the opening »
We’ve been covering the Walking Dead spin-off, Fear the Walking Dead, for quite some time now, but we still don’t know all that much about the show besides the fact that it takes place prior to the events of the original series and stars Kim Dickens as a guidance counselor, Frank Dillane and Alycia Debnam Carey as her kids, and Cliff Curtis as a divorced teacher. However, during a recent interview with THR, Fear the Walking Dead showrunner Dave Erickson revealed tons of new story details, discussed the possibility of Walking Dead character crossovers and also talked about his long-term plan for the show. Check out the highlights of the conversation below. Fear the Walking Dead just went into production and is due to air this summer on AMC. [caption id="attachment_422107" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via AMC[/caption] 1. The show is really a companion piece, not a prequel. “We are loosely covering the »
- Perri Nemiroff
AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead may be following the footsteps of greatness, given that its parent show has become an undisputed cornerstone of the network’s line-up, but that doesn’t mean the spinoff can’t escape the shadow of AMC’s flagship to an entirely different, flesh-munching beast.
In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, showrunner Dave Erickson provided an in-depth look at the upcoming zombie series, how it differs from The Walking Dead, and why it ought to be referred to as a “companion series,” as opposed to an out-and-out spinoff.
We are loosely covering the period of time that [The Walking Dead’s] Rick (Andrew Lincoln) was in his coma in season one. We’re able to watch and experience the things that he missed. It’s more of a parallel story than a prequel; imagine the opening where Rick gets shot and goes in his coma — that day »
- Michael Briers
The Walking Dead has already established itself as one of the most-watched shows on TV, with audience figures in the United States alone regularly topping 15 million.
Following Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) et al in the wake of a zombie apocalypse, and based on the graphic novels of the same name, the show started with a six episode run back in 2010, with 5.35m people watching the S1 premiere. Fast forward to 2014, and the first episode of season 5 was watched by over 17m.
Not content with having such a large share of viewers between October and March, as well as the graphic novels and video games, AMC now want zombies to take over your living room all year round with the spin-off series Fear The Walking Dead.
This was confirmed back in March, around the time season 5 was coming to a close, and is set to air this summer to keep »
- James Hunt
After Robert Gonzalez makes his move, Coulson is prepared to do whatever it takes to protect the future of Shield.
Skye's journey to rein in and control her powers takes a surprising turn as she meets a mysterious Inhuman named Lincoln (Luke Mitchell).
The Walking Dead: Spike, 9pm
Rick and his posse are trapped in a train car as they await a grim fate at the hands of the Terminus inhabitants.
Zombies are headed to Hulu. The streamer has nabbed exclusive Svod rights to the spinoff to The Walking Dead. Under the multi-year deal with AMC Networks, Hulu will become the new streaming home to Fear the Walking Dead, programming chief Craig Erwich announced on stage at the streamer's NewFront presentation in New York on Wednesday morning. Read More 'Walking Dead's' Andrew Lincoln: There's a "Storm Brewing" The deal also gives Hulu exclusive Svod rights to new and upcoming scripted programming from AMC, IFC, BBC America, Sundance TV and WEtv. That means a significant number of films from
- Natalie Jarvey
The Walking Dead is certainly one of the more popular shows currently showing on cable, having built a huge fanbase since its debut on AMC back in 2010. But could that success be transferred to the big screen? If it were up to series star Andrew Lincoln, he would jump at the opportunity in a heartbeat. Inquirer recently had the chance to sit down with the actor - who plays group leader and former sheriff Rick Grimes on The Walking Dead - and it was during this chat that Lincoln discussed how enthusiastic he would be to see the acclaimed zombie show get a movie to add to the continuity. Discussing the recent deal that Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman made with Universal Pictures, the interviewer pitched the actor on the idea of the series getting a feature, and Lincoln responded, That would be amazing. It.s something we.ve been »
The fifth season of AMC’s The Walking Dead has come to an end, and though there is an upcoming spin-off prequel series Fear The Walking Dead to look forward to, for now, the adventures of Rick, Daryl, Michonne, Glenn and all the rest have come to a close until next fall. Which makes this the perfect time to reflect on those characters, and actors, still with the show – and those who aren’t.
Like many shows with a high body count (Game of Thrones is a particular standout here as well), there has been a lot of turnover as far as actors on The Walking Dead are concerned. In fact, from the original group in season one, only the characters of Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Carl (Chandler Riggs), Glenn (Steven Yeun), Carol (Melissa McBride), and Daryl (Norman Reedus) remain, and of those, only Rick, Carl, and Glenn have been there for every outing. »
- Jay Anderson
The big takeaway tonight from a panel screening of The Walking Dead season 5 finale, held tonight at the Egyptian theater as part of AMC’s Emmys push: it turns out that behind the scenes, the show is just as much of a Ricktatorship as it is onscreen. Or to put it more clearly, Andrew Lincoln is far and away the most beloved – by his costars – member of the cast. Again and again, cast members went out of their way to praise Lincoln as a supportive coworker who as often as… »
It's only been a few weeks since AMC's The Walking Dead brought Season 5 to a close, and now fans are starting to look forward to Season 6, which starts production next month in Atlanta. AMC has released a new preview for the upcoming season, where cast members tease what is in store for the fans. What do they know about Season 6? In short, nothing, but showrunner Scott M. Gimple does know the plan, although he isn't saying much.
The showrunner/executive producer reveals that every eight episodes of The Walking Dead is essentially a new show, and that the first eight episodes of Season 6 will be vastly different than the last eight of Season 5. Executive producer Denise M. Huth reveals that the show is all about taking these characters and putting them in situations they haven't been in before, and "taking more and more away from them." She also teases that, »
The Walking Dead season six is still months away—seriously, we have roughly six more months before Rick Grimes and Co. return in October—but that hasn't stopped Robert Kirkman, the comic book co-creator and executive producer of the hit AMC series, from sharing scoop. Kirkman, along with star Steven Yeun and AMC's Charlie Collier, discussed the show and what's ahead at the National Association of Broadcasters Show in Las Vegas. At the end of season five, Morgan (Lennie James) was finally reunited with Rick (Andrew Lincoln), but when the two finally came face-to-face again, Rick had just shot a man in the head. Not exactly a very welcoming image for Morgan in Alexandria. Expect a "completely »
I'm watching a live-stream of the "Walking Dead" panel at the ongoing Nab Show - an annual trade show produced by the National Association of Broadcasters, which takes place every April at the Las Vegas Convention Center, hoping something crucial about next season (season 6) will be shared by the show's creators. And, thus far, over an hour into the conversation which includes creator Robert Kirkman and co-star Steven Yeun, the most noteworthy item came from Kirkman who shared that Rick and Morgan's reunion (which ended the most recent season) will be "the spine of Season 6." He didn't elaborate, as expected (he can't give it all away obviously), but what he did say may be enough to get fans of the series excited for what's may be to come. After last season's finale, when Morgan (Lennie James) and Rick (Andrew Lincoln) are reintroduced again, I did wonder whether this signaled a changing of leadership, »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Sneak Peek a new video of the cast and creators from AMC's "The Walking Dead" offering more clues about Season 6, premiering Fall 2015:
"...in addition to the 'wolves', Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd confirms we can also look forward to seeing what 'Morgan' brings to the story, now that he’s reunited with the group..."
"I've got a feeling there’s a storm coming," said Andrew Lincoln, aka 'Rock Grimes'.
"There are bad, bad people out there..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Walking Dead" Season 6...
- Michael Stevens
Already missing The Walking Dead? Sadly, there won't be any new episodes until Fear The Walking Dead starts later this summer, but we do have a massive behind-the-scenes photo gallery from the Season 5 finale to help tide you over.
For those this missed our recent coverage, don't forget to check out my exclusive Season 5 retrospective interview with Andrew Lincoln, and be on the lookout for more interviews over the coming months to see what the rest of the cast has to say about the latest season and what's ahead. Season 5 will be available on Blu-ray / DVD on August 25th, so there will be details on bonus features, the collector's edition case, and opportunities to win free copies between now and then.
- Jonathan James
Once more into the grim unknown, friends. The Walking Dead is over for a another season, and while the prequel show will ease the pain of leaving Rick and the survivors for an extended period, it’s a placebo medicine at the very most. There’s no substitute for the real thing.
After an explosive finale, there are inevitably a raft of questions left over ahead of the sixth season, and luckily there’s a long time to pour over them and come up with your own theories, as the fanbase inevitably will.
As usual, the fifth season brought death, new enemies and a new power dynamic, and while most fans will have been suitably distracted enough by the narrative, AMC did their usual trick of stuffing the background with references and in-jokes to reward those fans who watch again and again.
But which were the best and the »
- Simon Gallagher
With The Walking Dead Season 5 now wrapped up, I can confidently say that I feel this was the strongest season of the series. With new characters, new threats, and new zombie creations, there was a little something for everyone and it feels like the show has really hit its stride with balancing action and character development. I had a chance to catch up with Andrew Lincoln, following the Season 5 finale, and he talked about working with the new cast, his zombie fight from the finale, his favorite scene from the season, and shaving off his beard:
This season has really been a great journey for readers, seeing the group on the road for most of the season and finding a new home in Alexandria. What has the experience been like for you as an actor, starting out in the first season with a smaller cast and having this massive addition »
- Jonathan James
*Updated with Cover Art! Anchor Bay Entertainment will once again be handling the Blu-ray / DVD release of The Walking Dead for the fifth season. While we don't have full details yet, we've received word that you'll be able to pick up Season 5 this August:
"For the past five years, we have followed the amazing tale of survival that is “The Walking Dead.” With the end of every season, comes the knowledge that-- for the moment-- we must part with the characters we have come to embrace. While it won’t be too long before their story resumes, Anchor Bay Entertainment proudly continues the tradition of offering fans one more chance to revisit the exciting season that was...
- Jonathan James
Zombie drama "The Walking Dead" continues to set ratings records for AMC. The fifth season finale is now the highest rated in the history of the series with 15.8 million viewers. The cable network expects those numbers to exceed 20 million when time-shifted viewing is added. Spoilers Ahead. In a separate postmortem, Adam Bryant asks if Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is really in charge again? He also interviews actor Lennie James about his surprise return as fan-favorite character Morgan. In the past, he was "a homicidal maniac reeling from the death of his wife and son" but now "seems to be a zen warrior who wants to preserve life at all costs." TV Guide -Break- Taylor Swift takes home three trophies at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday. She is now the reigning Artist of the Year, and also won for Song ("Shake it Off") and Lyrics ("Blank Space"). Justin Timberlake was awarded the Innovator Award. »
Spoiler warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen “The Walking Dead” season five finale, titled “Conquer.”
The biggest surprise of last night’s “The Walking Dead” finale wasn’t who died, but rather who returned. Lennie James’ fan favorite character Morgan, originally introduced in the pilot and central to the exceptional third season episode “Clear,” finally caught up with Rick Grimes’ gang. He fought back a new threat (the villainous wolves, who we’re sure to see more of next season), rescued Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Aaron (Ross Marquand) from almost certain doom, and arrived in Alexandria just in time to see Rick (Andrew Lincoln) put a bullet in world class jerk Pete (Corey Brill). Except the peace-minded Morgan doesn’t know what Pete has done, or what’s going on Alexandria, or what’s happened to Rick since the events of “Clear.”
That sets up a tantalizing conflict for season six, »
- Geoff Berkshire
Last night, fans finally got their first brief look at AMC's The Walking Dead spinoff entitled Fear the Walking Dead, slated to debut sometime this summer. Unfortunately, this 15-second teaser didn't give us a glimpse at any of the main characters. But it did give us a glimpse at Los Angeles just before the zombie apocalypse spreads throughout the globe.
While we wait for the next trailer to debut, we're breaking down everything we know about Fear the Walking Dead. To get you fully prepared for this highly-anticipated spinoff, we take a look at the characters, the story and the location. Take a look at our handy guide to all things Fear the Walking Dead below:
1 Origins Of the Zombie Outbreak
The teaser sets up that there have been "reports of a strange virus" in five states, while showing a seemingly normal Los Angeles before the zombie epidemic starts to spread en masse. »
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