AMC presented virtual panels for “Fear the Walking Dead”, “The Walking Dead” and “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” at Comic-Con@Home earlier today. During the panels, series news and brand new trailers and footage debuted.
Fear The Walking Dead
Cast member Lennie James will be making his directorial debut in season six, joining fellow cast member Colman Domingo, who will be directing his third episode this season.
Domingo also announced his digital series on Youtube.com/TheWalkingDead and AMC.com, Bottomless Brunch at Colman’s, has been picked up for an additional six episodes. The 20-minute video-chat-based show, hosted by Domingo from his home in Los Angeles, taps into his favorite way to stay connected to his community of family and friends – brunch – and takes it virtual. The series returns Sunday, August 23.
“Fear the Walking Dead” season six premieres Sunday, October 11, 2020, at 9:00 PM EST/8 PM CST.
The Walking Dead
Showrunner Angela Kang announced an extended season 10 with six extra episodes to follow the finale and air in early 2021. Additionally, Kang confirmed that Season 11 will not be able to air in its regular October timeslot, due to COVID.
Also, during the panel, viewers got the chance to watch an extended clip from “The Walking Dead” Season 10 finale, which we’ve delivered to you above.
The season 10 finale, “A Certain Doom,” premieres Sunday, October 4, 2020, at 9:00 PM EST/8:00 PM CST.
The Walking Dead: World Beyond
We got a first look at the new mythology and the first generation raised in the apocalypse. Taking place ten years or so into the future, this series seems promising.
The series premieres Sunday, October 4 at 10:00 PM EST/9:00 CST, immediately following “The Walking Dead“. A special episode of Talking Dead, discussing both episodes, will air after “The Walking Dead: World Beyond”.
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