‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Renewed For Season 8, Kim Dickens Returns As Series Regular – Deadline

AMC’s Fear of walking dead Captured for season 8, the network announced Sunday evening dead talking After the fall of the seventh season of the walking Dead Role. Famous former cast member Kim Dickens, who played Madison Clarke in seasons 1 through 4 of fear of the walking dead, It is set to return. It will debut in the second half of season seven, which begins on April 17, and will continue as a regular series in season eight.

“If there was Mount Deadmore, it would have Kim Dickens’ face on it,” said Scott M. Gimbel, chief content officer at the walking Dead Universe. “Kim Dickens’ talent, strength and brilliance will make TWDU electrified once again and we couldn’t be more fortunate to get her back.”

In the second half of Season 7, it’s been months since the nuclear blast and the only one thriving is Victor Strand (Coleman Domingo). Having built a fief, he cruelly chooses who will have a chance in life. The other members of the group had suffered greatly, but as a result came a fierce determination to live, even if it meant seizing the Strand Tower by force and continuing to search for Padre, a legendary place no one was sure actually existed. Alicia (Alicia Debnam Curry,), the now reluctant leader of Teddy’s ex-followers, suffers from a mysterious illness and the fallout from her past actions. Morgan (Lennie James,) tries to maintain hope that he will be reunited with his family, and knows Alicia is the key to their survival. With Alicia declaring war, Strand’s paranoia and personal revenge grows, yet new threats emerge from all sides.

Fear of walking dead It is executive produced by Scott M. Gimble, Showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, Robert Kirkman, Jill Ann Heard, Greg Nicotero and David Albert, and is produced by AMC Studios.

Here’s a promo for Season 7, Part Two:

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