“Fear the Walking Dead” on Land & Sea
The first season to the spin off to “The Walking Dead” ended on the 4th of October 2015. The season finale offered adrenaline pumping moments fans of the season were craving for. In the episode titled; “The Good Man” Liza portrayed by Elizabeth Rodriguez got bitten while trying to flee the zombie invasion at the compound as a result Travis portrayed by Cliff Curtis had to shoot her. The finale ended with Strand portrayed by Colman Domingo establishing a plan to go to his yacht.
“Fear the Walking Dead” Executive Producer Dave Erickson provides details on what to expect in the fifteen episode season two in an exclusive interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Executive Producer Dave Erickson noted shed insight on what will be the backdrop for season two of “Fear the Walking Dead”.
Maybe it’s an island. I don’t know. But there’s got to be a place where this contagion hasn’t touched. But we the audience know that’s not true and that will be the next blow that they suffer.
Discussing if season two will transpire immediately after the events of season one, Executive Producer Dave Erickson confirmed:
There may be a time jump but it’s not going to be terribly dramatic. There’s too much emotional weight coming off of the finale and the loss of Liza and Griselda. We didn’t want to jump too far because there’s an obligation to see the aftermath of that and see how that impacts our characters as they try to wrestle with it.
Executive Producer Dave Erickson also went into detail on where season two of “Fear the Walking Dead” take place:
If you look at Strand’s yacht, it’s a pretty handsome vessel. It’s something that you can survive on for a good period of time and that’s something others might covet. So when you get to the question of what’s worse, walker or human, we’ll continue that theme. There will be quite a bit of action on the seas — and we’ll split it between land and water. But it’s going to be an interesting dynamic.
“Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462” is an spin off from the spin off; “Fear the Walking Dead”. The first episode is provided below.
When asked if any characters to “Flight 462” will be making an appearance in season two of “Fear the Walking Dead” Executive Producer Dave Erickson said:
We’ll see at least one character from Flight 462 who makes an appearance. As to how involved that narrative thread becomes, that remains to be seen. We will conflate those two story lines over the course of season two.
The premier of “The Walking Dead” is now in its sixth season and will air on 11th of October 2015. Visit THR to review the complete interview with Dave Erickson.