With The Walking Dead soon ending, fans of the show are going to look for a good fix. Lucky for us, there will be spin-offs with several beloved characters and on top of that, Season 7B of FTWD is just about to drop! But when exactly? If you’re looking for Fear’s first episode on AMC+ today and can’t find it, there’s a reason. Here are the details on how you can stream Fear The Walking Dead Season 7B.
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How to Stream Fear The Walking Dead Season 7B
Fear The Walking Dead is coming back with Season 7B on April 17th on AMC, and if you have AMC+ you can have access to the two first episodes on that very same day. So the very first episode isn’t airing a week early this time, but the second episode will get us back on track with the early access!
— FearTWD (@FearTWD) April 4, 2022
Here is the schedule for those who are eagerly waiting! AMC+ will give you access to the episodes a week in advance, as it has with The Walking Dead. Yay! Pay-To-Win content! (That’s a gamer term. Sorry.)
— FearTWD (@FearTWD) March 31, 2022
Where Else Can I Stream Fear The Walking Dead Season 7B?
You can also stream FTWD on Amazon Prime Video with an AMC+ subscription (including a short free trial) as well as on YoutubeTV. The latter often has trials and special prices for new customers, so make sure to check if that is an available option for you!
What Can We Expect in the New Season?
This first episode is called “Follow Me” and has for synopsis: “Alicia takes refuge in the home of a mysterious stranger. With her fevers growing worse and Arnold pursuing her at every turn, Alicia is forced to confront the failings of her past and how she will face her future.” IMDB currently has 16 episodes listed with Season 8’s first episode listed as “Know what this is about?”
Fans of the show may be a bit confused about Kim Dickens as Madison returning to FTWD since her ‘death’ was revealed in the mid-season finale of Season 4. In the trailer for Season 7B, Madison is spotted toward the end of the video, making it seem like she survived the fire she had apparently died in. Is this a flashback? A dream perhaps? Or is she really back? It would be a twist to see her come back as a villain as was planned at the beginning of the series.
Check out this season’s trailer below. Alycia Debnam-Carey tweeted she had something to do with directing it, too. How talented!
Want to catch up on the series from Season 6 with your very own DVDs? You can buy the box set at a really cheap price on Amazon.