"Fear the Walking Dead" is due to return next year and already, news has emerged about the "The Walking Dead" spinoff that's expected to air on AMC sometime in 2016.
In the last season of "Fear the Walking Dead," Travis (Cliff Curtis) was forced to shoot Liza (Elizabeth Rodriguez) after a walker bit her during an invasion at the compound, and Daniel (Ruben Blades) fired at his daughter, Ofelia (Mercedes Mason) in what was fortunately not a fatal gunshot wound.
When Season 2 returns, rumors have it the show will be even faster-paced compared to its freshman season and is likely going to take place both on land and sea, based on Strand's (Colman Domingo) plans to get onboard his yacht located just off the coast.
With the first horde of walkers introduced during the compound invasion finale in Season 1, the show is about to become even faster-paced as the infected start banding together to hunt for survivors to bite.
With the non-infected characters already aware of what the walkers are, the show is only going to accelerate in terms of action, as the survivors start learning everything they can about the infected, which states have been hit the worst, and whether other countries have the plague, as well.
With the zombie apocalypse well underway, surviving characters will have begun to process what's been happening, and move through Season 2 dodging, killing, and surviving the best they can, while still harboring hope there may be a place somewhere in the world which the contagion hasn't touched.
With Travis having had to let go of his humanity in the first season, Season 2 will see him struggling to come to terms with what he has become, particularly as his son, Chris (Lorenzo James Henrie) has started to look at him differently after the events in the previous season.
"Fear the Walking Dead" will be returning to AMC next year; however, no scheduled air date has yet been announced.