With now a serious hint from producer Robert Kirkman that these two series will have a crossover point, the thing I'm asking is "does anyone really care anymore?"


 

With season 8 of The Walking Dead about to start on AMC and Fox UK this month, and season 4 of Fear The Walking Dead being commissioned, with rumours it could be the final season, as ratings has been plundering for a while now. It has been now officially hinted by Robert Kirkman, creator of both series, that a crossover event is going to happen. How this will happen God only knows, with from my experience the Walking Dead, being more advanced in the timeline, than Fear The Walking Dead. With only one character from that series that anyone cares about being involved, Alicia Clarke (Alycia Debham Carey)  Does it involve Alexandria 
To be Honest I don't really give two fucks about any of this as I lost interest in Fear The Walking Dead from episode 8 Season 2, and The Walking Dead episode 9 season 5. So infairness I'm not at all excited, but a lot of fans will be. A story of two series, that have both gone on way to long, both digging that same dead horse, to pardon the pun, which I for one cannot wait to see the end of. 


                       

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