During the panel, the cast shared that a crossover between The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead is officially in the works! That, combined with the fact that its ratings have always far outstripped that of its younger cousin, makes it seem likely that a character from the zombie flagship will be heading to Fear the Walking Dead.
Kim Dickens' Madison Clark does have a southern accent on Fear the Walking Dead, leading some in the past to speculate that she could be related to someone from the first show, which was originally set in Georgia (and now Virginia.) Fear showrunner Dave Erickson, who is leaving the show after the October 15 season 3 finale, shot down such theories in the past, but Dickens herself said at San Diego Comic Con in July that "I think Madison is, probably, might be related to Daryl Dixon".
- According to TV Line, Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman cryptically teased that a crossover between Walking Dead (reviews here) & Fear the Walking Dead (reviews here) is in the early stages of development.
"The Walking Dead" Season 8 premieres October 22.
It's finally going to happen... the two Walking Dead shows will be crossing paths!
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But it has gotten to the point when the particulars of this or that abortion legislation hardly matter except on the margins. The Senate still must schedule consideration of the bill, but that seemed unlikely.
Also, if the show does what we're suggesting clearly The Walking Dead fans won't see their show impacted at all - this is just a way to get more fans of the original show watching the spin-off/companion/whatever you want to call it.
The moment in season eight throws up many questions including why Carl is out by himself and when exactly is this scene taking place in the timeline of the show, which has been known to chop and change from time to time.
'This is a huge event in the world of The Walking Dead'. Do you think that characters who are dead on TWD will pop up in the episode next year?
Fear the Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT and is a production of Square Head Pictures created by Robert Kirkman and Dave Erickson. Morgan perhaps? Let us know in the comments who you think it might be...