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The final six episodes of “Fear the Walking Dead” will premiere in October with the return of an old face.

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The last six episodes of “Fear the Walking Dead” will air in October, and one familiar character will return.

“Fear TWD” is now in production on its eighth season, following a new group of survivors who began in California.

Morgan (Lennie James), Dwight (Austin Amelio), and Sherry (Christine Evangelista) from “The Walking Dead” appeared in the spinoff at different stages.

Recently, the series brought back Kim Dickens after the show seemed to have killed off its heroine, Madison, years before. So far, the show’s last season has followed the mysterious PADRE group and appeared to be a farewell to James, Amelio, and Evangelista.

The show’s last six episodes will premiere on AMC and AMC+ on October 22 at 9 p.m. ET, as announced at San Diego Comic-Con. The teaser depicted the return of another long-thought-dead figure, Troy (Daniel Sharman), confronting Madison and Victor Strand (Colman Domingo).

Maggie and Negan have their own show called “The Walking Dead: Dead City.”

Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan each have a six-episode spinoff series.

Originally titled “Isle of the Dead,” the show follows the unusual duo as they go to “a post-apocalyptic Manhattan long ago cut off from the mainland” in pursuit of Maggie’s lost son, Hershel.

The announcement took fans aback since it reunites Maggie with the character who tragically murdered her husband, Glenn, on “The Walking Dead.”

The show, shot in New Jersey and New York, contains “the country’s largest herd of zombies,” as well as sights such as the Statue of Liberty, the Lincoln Tunnel, and the Empire State Building.

“Dead City” premiered on AMC and AMC+ on June 18, with the season one finale airing on July 23. The show got renewed for a second season before its season finale.

“The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon,” starring Norman Reedus, premiered in September.

The Walking Dead“The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon” was meant to star Daryl (Norman Reedus) and best friend Carol (Melissa McBride), with “TWD” showrunner Angela Kang in charge.

Melissa McBride has left the planned spinoff, AMC confirmed to Insider in a statement. The network claims that “relocating to Europe became logistically untenable for Melissa at this time.”

Kang is an executive producer on the series, with David Zabel serving as showrunner.

“The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon” will follow Daryl as he washes up on the shores of Paris, France, and “struggles to piece together how he got there and why” on his way home.

Reedus hinted on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” in October 2022, “I don’t go there on my free will.””We’re going to destroy the Louvre and stuff.” “It’s going to be insane,” Reedus said of the famed art gallery.

On September 10, the show premiered on AMC and AMC+. It has already been renewed for a second season, with McBride reprising her role from season one.

Michonne and Rick are returning to the “TWD” universe in their own show in February 2024.

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At San Diego Comic-Con 2022, Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira astonished fans by announcing their return to the universe. The actors departed the series at the end of seasons nine and ten.

Originally, Rick’s trip was to be continued in a trilogy of films.

According to a 2022 press release, the Michonne and Rick series would “begin with six episodes,” implying that their “epic love story” has the potential to be more than a limited series.

The series will be executive produced by Lincoln and Gurira, with “The Walking Dead” chief content officer Scott M. Gimple acting as showrunner.

AMC stated the official title of the series would be “The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live” at the 2023 San Diego Comic-Con, along with the show’s first teaser video.

Pollyanna McIntosh, who will reprise her role as Jadis on the spinoff, will join Lincoln and Gurira. Terry O’Quinn (“Lost”) will portray the enigmatic General Beale of the Civic Republic Military, which has kept Rick hostage for years.

“The Walking Dead: World Beyond” finished its two-season run in 2021.

The limited series, which is set ten years after the zombie apocalypse, offered more information on the Civic Republic Military, the mystery group who whisked Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) away in a helicopter during season nine of “TWD.”

Previously, star Nico Tortorella told Insider that “World Beyond” would assist in linking to the Rick Grimes films, which would now be a series.

Though the show never revealed Rick’s location, McIntosh returned to her role as Jadis, the CRM’s commander, in the last season.

In doing so, the show may have indirectly implied that the group would face the Commonwealth’s huge army, which was established in “TWD.”

An anthology series called “Tales of the Walking Dead” debuted August 2022.

The first season’s six episodes centered on new and returning characters from the world of the original “TWD” series, notably Samantha Morton’s Alpha.

On the series, which was created and produced by Channing Powell of “The Walking Dead” and “Fear TWD,” Terry Crews, Olivia Munn, Anthony Edwards (“Inventing Anna”), Parker Posey (“Lost In Space”), and Poppy Liu (“Dead Ringers”) appeared.

The series has yet to be renewed or canceled


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