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Fear The Walking Dead season 5: Air date and number of episodes revealed

Fear the Walking Dead season 5 air date episodes

Season 5 of Fear The Walking Dead is finally here. Do you want all the details of the show? Then you are at the right place.


The spin-off series of The Walking Dead has been a hit among the fans, and they have been waiting patiently to watch the show. Now that it is finally here, they want to know all about it.

When will Season 5 of Fear The Walking Dead release?

Fear The Walking Dead season 5 number of episodes
Credits: News Week

The new season premieres on 2 June in the US on AMC. The first episode premieres at 8 pm Central Time and 9 pm Eastern Time. The UK audience will get to watch the episode the following day on AMC at 9 pm British Summer Time. They can also access it on BT Vision if you are a BT user.

How many episodes will be there in Fear The Walking Dead Season 5?

The new episodes of the show will be hour long. New episodes will air every Sunday in the US and on Monday in the UK. Here are some of the episode titles that we already know about.

  • Episode One: Here to Help
  • Episode Two: The Hurt That Will Happen
  • Episode Three: Humbug’s Gulch
  • Episode Four: Skidmark
  • Episode Five: The End of Everything
  • Episode Six: The Little Prince
  • Episode Seven: Still Standing
  • Episode Eight: Is Anybody Out There 

Who is in the cast of Fear The Walking Dead Season 5?

Fear The Walking Dead season 5 number of episodes
Credits: Den of Geek

In the previous season, the viewers saw some dramatic deaths in the show. These included Madison Clark (Kim Dickens) and Nick (Frank Dillane).

This season Austin Amelio will join the cast along with Alycia Debnam-Carey and Lennie James. Other cast members will include Ruben Blades, Colman Domingo, Garrett Dillahunt, and Maggie Grace.

Written by Mitansha Chopra

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