As we approach the end of its eight-year run, Fear the Walking Dead promises to go out with a bang in its upcoming eighth and final season. In the upcoming season of the zombie apocalypse spin-off, viewers will be taken on a journey through time as the story takes a leap forward. Additionally, the fate of the beloved character Morgan will be revealed, bringing his long-standing storyline to a close.
In this exciting new series, it’ll be splitting the action into two thrilling six-episode segments. The first installment picks up right where Season 7 left off, following the aftermath of the botched rescue mission to free Mo from P.A.D.R.E. From the release date to the plot summary, www.tvacute.com provides all the information you require for Fear the Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 1.
Where to Watch Fear the Walking Dead Online
The first Walking Dead spin-off has just 12 episodes left, and AMC will break them into two six-episode seasons starting with Sunday’s season premiere of “Remember What They Took From You.” AMC Plus subscribers may view the final season premiere early starting on Thursday, May 11th, ahead of the episode’s linear broadcast Sunday, May 14th at 9 p.m. ET/8c on AMC.
The following platforms in the United States provide AMC+ as an app and a subscription: YouTube TV, Comcast Xfinity, Apple TV Channels, DirecTV, Dish, The Roku Channel, Sling TV, and Amazon Prime Video Channels. AMC+ is accessible in Canada via Amazon Prime Video Channels and Apple TV Channels. Visit the website of your favorite provider for the full price list; plans start at $6.99 per month. AMC+ offers a free 7-day trial to new customers.
Fear the Walking Dead Trailer
The eighth and final season of Fear the Walking Dead’s teaser has Morgan Jones (Lennie James) saying, “No matter what happens, we have to live.” But who will not endure?
Fear the Walking Dead Season 8 Cast
In the upcoming season, fans will be thrilled to see Kim Dickens reprising her role as Madison Clark in a regular capacity, following her guest appearance in season 7. As the show’s final act approaches, Morgan (played by Lennie James), Victor (played by Colman Domingo), Luciana (played by Danay García), and their comrades make a triumphant return.