The Walking Dead's Rick Grimes will die says creator Robert Kirkman

  • The Walking Dead's Rick Grimes will die says creator Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead's Rick Grimes will die says creator Robert Kirkman

The cast and crew of The Walking Dead shambled into The Theater at Madison Square Garden Saturday night for a capacity crowd, and they were there for one thing in particular: one last sneak peek at Season 8. But now "I think that we've finally gotten to a place with "Fear the Walking Dead" where it has its own identity where we can play with some things", he said.

"The Walking Dead" family just got a little bigger. But there are two.

However, the executive, who was speaking at the AMC show's panel at Comic-Con in NY on Saturday, teased that could happen 'any time between now and 50 years from now. Are we going to see an interesting backstory of a Walking Dead character in Fear the Walking Dead? He promised that more details will be coming within the next few weeks. That, combined with the fact that its ratings have always far outstripped that of its younger cousin, makes it seem likely that a character from the zombie flagship will be heading to Fear the Walking Dead. He's a tranformative character who introduced Rick and company to "a larger world" of interconnected communities in The Walking Dead. Or is it going to be something completely different from that?' It was previously stated it would be "too difficult" for characters to hop between Fear and the main show, something that's now happening.

What are you expecting from The Walking Dead/ Fear The Walking Dead crossover? Back at the beginning of Fear, she casually mentioned that she moved to California from Alabama. Look, there's so many reasons that's unlikely. At this stage in the game for both shows, it's hard to imagine anybody crossing the country without getting killed.

The Walking Dead returns with its Season 8 premiere on October 22, 2017 at 9PM EST on AMC.

Kirkman might have been explicit about the crossover's existence, but no further details came from his appearance in NY - on that front, at least.