San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) 2019: AMC's 'The Walking Dead' franchise may see new trailers of upcoming seasons being released

The network might make a similar move just like last year when it released a teaser for the second half of 'Fear The Walking Dead'. With season 10 of 'The Walking Dead' premiering in October, a trailer will set the tone for the series

As in previous editions, AMC will host a 'Walking Dead' and 'Fear the Walking Dead' panel during this year's San Diego Comic-Con at Hall H. It was a treat for fans last year when 'Fear the Walking Dead' released the first teaser for the second half of the season and gave a glimpse of what was in store for the remainder of the season.

This time around, the panel is pretty sure to bring a chunk of the cast and crew, and if it were to follow last year's trend, we may see a teaser coming in for the second part of season 5 of 'Fear The Walking Dead.'

But most notably, expectations will be on witnessing a first look or some footage of 'The Walking Dead's season 10 that is slated to release this October. Over the last year, the creators of the show have said that the original comics have given them ample info to churn out few more seasons of the show and with the tenth season looming large, a trailer dropping in would just set the tone and expectation for the horror drama. 

'Fear the Walking Dead' is a prequel to 'The Walking Dead' and is currently running in its fifth season. The season follows a group of survivors led by Morgan Jones (Lennie James) and Alicia Clark (Alycia Debnam-Carey) as they search for other survivors, looking to provide help for others in an effort to make up for the wrongdoings of their pasts.

As per SDCC's schedule, July 18 will see a session by Robert Kirkman, the American comic book writer, and the brains behind 'The Walking Dead' comics. The session will have a Q&A with Kirkman who will be discussing his latest projects including 'The Walking Dead', 'Invincible', and 'Oblivion Song'.

The following day will be the panel discussion hosted by AMC at Hall H, a tradition it has followed over the last few years. 

We'll keep you posted on the updates regarding the panel discussion on July 19. Meanwhile, you can read what 'Fear the Walking Dead' star Danay Garcia told MEA WorldWide exclusively on being a part of the horror drama series for four seasons now. 


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