‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Season 2 Spoilers: ‘The Walking Dead’ Overlap Soon?
Many spoilers are circulating about “Fear the Walking Dead” season 2 and one of them is that it will overlap with “The Walking Dead” soon.Advertisement
In a report by Undeadwalking, Su Castillo, Timothy Michael, and Michael Tiberi of “The Walking Dead” After Show address this speculation, revealing that the crossover of “Fear the Walking Dead” and the hit zombie show is quite near.
For Michael Tiberi, a crossover for The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead may be unlikely to happen as they have different location and time slots.
He said it would be hard to have “a cross-country tie between “Fear The Walking Dead” and “The Walking Dead” considering the time it would take to travel that distance and how dangerous it would be.”
Meanwhile, Timothy Michael said a tie-in of the two programs would be cool. However, he does not have any idea how this may turn out.
But Su Castillo considered the overlap of The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead as he said the people behind these shows are creative that they might think of a way for its proper execution.
Dave Erickson, the executive producer for Fear the Walking Dead season 2, also told TV Line that the overlap is nearing. “If you marked off the days [that have passed on air since Fear TWD debuted], I think right now, by the end of the first half [of Season 2], we’re getting very close to Rick waking up in Georgia” on The Walking Dead,” he said.
Fans frustration with Fear the Walking Dead?
Meanwhile, Dave Erickson, acknowledges the fact that fans get frustrated because it is not The Walking Dead itself.
He noted that he considers this as major challenge, adding that The Walking Dead has “a huge fan base to whom we are incredibly grateful, and we obviously want to deliver a story that everybody loves.”
Hinting of a Fear the Walking Dead season 2 spoilers, Dave said that fans should not expect the character to do immoral and extreme acts just like what The Walking Dead characters do.
He noted that despite Madison’s condemnation on Celia, this does not mean that she has turned into a merciless being.
“That wasn’t a matter of ‘We have to have one of our core characters do something that seems incredibly immoral or violent in order to catch up with where they should be,’” he said. “That was more a mother who was trying to protect her son [Nick] from, essentially, a drug dealer.”
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