From the day Fear the Walking Dead was announced, fans of the zombie franchise have been asking when the survivors featured on the two shows would cross paths.
But then he added, "I mean, honestly, like, we love Clementine and those games are fantastic, but I like that there are different elements to each iteration of The Walking Dead that you can only get in those iterations".
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There are obviously some things that will need to be worked out if the crossover is as great as it can be - mostly notably, you have to figure out a way in which a story can be told that will make sense for both shows.
"There is one character that is going to go from one show, that I will not name, to another show, that I will not name", he continues. I think that we've finally gotten to a place with Fear the Walking Dead where it has its own identity...there are two Walking Dead shows, I'm not going to name them, but there are two... Timelines - how does that work?
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Excitement is at a fever pitch for the eighth season of The Walking Dead, AMC's hit series, which returns for another go-around on October 22, as Rick and company go head-to-head against Negan and his crew in an all-out war.
Kim Dickens' Madison Clark does have a Southern accent on "Fear the Walking Dead", leading some to speculate that she could be related to someone from the first show, which was originally set in Georgia, EW reports.
When discussing his input on Fear - which was co-created by Kirkman - Gimple talked to EW about his working relationship with Goldberg and Chambliss. For year, the answer Kirkman (who Executive Produces both series) and others involved in shepherding the shows would respond with some form of, "It is never going to happen".