Fear the Walking Dead: Season 6 Comic-Con Teaser

Serving as a prequel to the popular show The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead follows the life of Madison Clark (Kim Dickens), her two children, and her apocalyptic partner Travis Manawa (Cliff Curtis). After being off the air for almost a year, the show has finally released the trailer for its sixth season!


The trailer starts off with Morgan (Lennie James) begging for help through a radio. The trailer then moves into many shots of the different characters on the show being trapped in a multitude of ways. Moreover, fans can see they will be left at the edge of their seats due to the amount of fighting and action involved.

Co-showrunner Andrew Chambliss spoke to Entertainment Weekly at the end of season five about what fans can expect for future episodes:

"What we're really excited for in season 6 is the fact that everyone got split up. And we've already heard Ginny reference the fact that she has quite a few settlements under her control. She is like a colonizer. It means we're going to see a lot of different places and get a lot of different flavors, and we're going to be able to dive in really deeply with our characters."

Be sure to check out new episodes of the show starting October 11th!

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