Fear the Walking Dead will return for season 6. The news was confirmed by showrunner Ian Goldberg during the series’s SDCC 2019 panel. The news isn’t a surprise as Fear the Walking Dead is AMC’s next most-watched series, averaging more than 2 million viewers, based on THR.
Fear the Walking Dead has witnessed its fair amount of shift in the last few years after losing original showrunner Dave Erickson, who led the show into some fascinating stories that set it apart from its older sibling. Season 4 saw the arrival of star Lennie James and Ian Goldberg in addition to showrunners Andrew Chambliss, reprising his role as Morgan Jones.
Morgan’s trip to the world of this spinoff series supposed several other big cast changes for the series, as it shifted focus from the Clark family, Fear the Walking Dead’s original stars, to a completely new group of characters. Both Kim Dickens (Madison) and Frank Dillane (Nick) were murdered to make way for Maggie Grace’s Althea, Garret Dillahunt’s adorable John Dorie, and Jenna Elfman’s June, as well as Dwight (Austin Amelio) of The Walking Dead.
The sole characters left from the group are Colman Domingo’s delightful Victor Strand and Alycia Alicia. Stress the Walking Dead Season 6 Release DateFear the Walking Dead season 6 premieres in 2020.
The show has generally arrived at the summer or spring, so anticipate the launch date.Stress the Walking Dead Season 6 CastZoe Colletti is joining the cast of Fear the Walking Dead Season 6 as a series regular, according to Deadline. While no specific details were provided, her personality is said to be”a pivotal new role that will unfurl as the year progresses.” Colletti only had a big break as the celebrity of 2019 horror publication adaptation Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, and fielded a TV run on Showtime crime series City on a Hill.
The report reveals that the sixth season of the (first) spinoff series has granted series regular promotions to Mo Collins, who is recurred because Season 4 as wisecracking trucker Sarah, also Colby Hollman, that was introduced in Season 5 as Wes, a wayward survivor with a proclivity for painting trees; a custom he’s awarded to Alicia, with whom he shared romantic vibes, only to be separated from her by the dictatorial post-apocalyptic Calamity Jane, Virginia.