Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 Confirmed by AMC

At least, that has been AMC's take on the problem, proven by their move to replace the show's current showrunners with fresh blood.

BT and AMC recently announced that first half of series three will consist of eight episodes airing over six weeks, with two back-to-back episodes kicking off the run and second double-bill forming a mid-season finale on Monday 10th July.

Some of the other names associated with Fear the Walking Dead which would be familiar to many fans of The Walking Dead series include Robert Kirkman, who is the executive producer, alongside the likes of Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero, David Alpert, Erickson and Gimple.

AMC has more Fear the Walking Dead planned.

According to Scott M. Gimple, who is the executive producer and showrunner of "The Walking Dead", is also the executive producer of "Fear the Walking Dead". Even actor Andrew Lincoln has revealed that he's psyched for the new season. Hype surrounding the return of "Fear" is high as well, coming off of the show's strong second season, which boasted 5.3 million average viewers per episode in live+3 ratings, 3 million of which came from the desired 18-49 demographic.

The series stars Kim Dickens, Cliff Curtis, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Frank Dillane and as TheWrap exclusively reported, "Teen Wolf" alum Daniel Sharman. Our family is all split up, and things are going wrong!

Season 3 of "Fear The Walking Dead" will see the show's protagonists attempting to cross the US-Mexico border, only to encounter opposition from a para-military group.

Meanwhile, Strand has ideas for rising to power on the world's new form of currency and Ofelia struggles to capture some of her father's brutality, as she becomes imprisoned.

  • Salvatore Jensen