'The Walking Dead' Season 8 Promotes Three Actors to Series Regulars

  • 'The Walking Dead' Season 8 Promotes Three Actors to Series Regulars

'The Walking Dead' Season 8 Promotes Three Actors to Series Regulars

For more on The Walking Dead, read IGN's review of the season finale, "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life".

Indeed, if I were anyone in that new survivors' camp, I'd really fear what Nick has and could become. Of course, things didn't go according to plan and, once more, Nick was disappointed by those he trusted the most. Series showrunner Scott Gimple previously said that the season will see Rick and company battling to preserve the very fragile civilization they have established. But he's found his place amongst the chaos and, most importantly, Nick understands what he needs to do to keep himself and those he loves alive.

AMC officially revealed that "Fear the Walking Dead" will return for season 4, while filming for season 3 is still underway.

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Season 7 of AMC's The Walking Dead may have just come to an end, but news about season 8, which isn't slated to premiere until October, has already begun rolling in. With the Season 4 announcement, AMC confirmed Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg (Once Upon a Time) will join as co-showrunners for Fear the Walking Dead. Gimple, the executive producer of the parent series, will also become the executive producer of the spin-off. Led by Jadis, their odd way of talking and living was unlike anything seen on the hit AMC zombie drama before. Recovering both emotionally and physically, Strand (Colman Domingo) has his sights set on harnessing the new world's currency, and Ofelia's (Mercedes Mason) captivity will test her ability to survive and see if she can muster the savagery of her father.

The Walking Dead recently completed its seventh season on April 2 as TV's No. 1 show among adults 18-49 for the fifth consecutive year - the only drama in television history to do so. This could mean that the group might need to worry about the living more than the dead in "Fear the Walking Dead" season 3.