Season 6 of ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ will share a different approach of storytelling! Checkout how?

Andrew Chambliss, the executive producer of the show promises a reinvented season 6 by the means of a novel approach to storytelling.

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ has been officially signaled green for season 6 by AMC. The American post-apocalyptic horror-drama ensemble show created by Robert Kirkman and Dave Erickson is currently running in its 5th season which comprises of 16 episodes. The season which had taken a short mid-season break on July 21 with its 8th episode “Is anybody out there?”, has returned with Season 5B on 11th August and it’s said to be the building plot for the already anticipated season 6.

What connects season 6 with season 5?

The show-runners since season 4, Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, while chatting with TV insider says that the team is very excited about the new approach of storytelling as it will change the narrative approach of how stories will be told in season 6.

Fear The Walking Dead which is picked up for season 6 will tell stories differently.

Talking about season 5, he states that the world is going to expand in a big way without giving anything by the time viewers will reach towards the end of season 5. The end will shake the entire group to the core and change the show in a way that will launch everyone into season 6, in a really big way. Connecting the dots between the two seasons, he says that season 5 is already viewed as a big epic story, but viewers will continue to watch, it builds to an ending which sets up the season 6, and plans for it have been going since a while.

The revamped Sixth

Stakes on the next volume of the show are pretty high which is well acquainted by the creators so no stone is left unturned to make it one mega-show that everyone is hoping it to be after so much hype.

Talking about propelling season 6 spinoff from the 5th season at San Diego Comic-Con in July, Chambliss has mentioned that they are constantly striving to change what Fear is and reinvent it. So just as soon as everyone thinks they’ve figured out what they are doing, they change things up, and that’s going to continue throughout Season 5.

An official date hasn’t been set for the launch of Season 6, however, going by the pattern of previous releases, it’s expected to hit the screens in 2020 Spring.