Fear the Walking Dead has formally been restored for season 8, with Kim Dickens set to get back to the Walking Dead universe. The long-running zombie apocalypse dramatization has amassed a dedicated after since its creation as the first spinoff series of The Walking Dead in 2015. The series has just circulated its season 7 midseason finale, with the second half set to resume in April.
Through Variety, the declaration of season 8 was made on Talking Dead, the TV aftershow committed to covering the franchise, following the finale of another spinoff series, The Walking Dead: World Beyond. Apparently Dickens will get back to the series as Madison Clark, the person that she played in the series from season 1-4. Clark had seemingly sacrificed her life in an explosion in season 4, yet will return in the second 50% of season 7, coming to AMC Plus on April 10 and AMC on April 17, 2022, and will proceed into season 8 as a series standard.
The season 7 midseason finale finished with an unsteady Alicia Clark (Alycia Debnam-Carey) announcing battle on Victor Strand (Colman Domingo). The pair get ready for a running fight in the midst of atomic chaos to close season 7, with a sickly Alicia stayed on the submarine and Strand preparing in the pinnacle. Nonetheless, it seems likely that they both could meet their ends before season 8 hits the screen.
Reviews were blended on the midseason finale, and there have been some rumblings that Fear the Walking Dead has run out of steam lately. Yet, the arrival of a fan top pick from the beginning of the series in Dickens might be an endeavor to reconnect fans with the show. Madison Clark is a token of the show’s origins and the reason many experienced passionate feelings for the series when it started, yet it remains to be seen assuming that this will be sufficient to revive the series, or then again in case Fear The Walking Dead will slowly run its course.