Feаr Tһe Wаlkinɡ Deаd’s Endinɡ Could Conneсt To Otһer Spinoffs Witһ 1 Twist

Fear The Walking Dead has the opportunity to use its ending to lead into other TWD spinoffs. All it takes is one twist involving a known organization.

Madison Clark In Fear The Walking Dead Season 8

Warning: Spoilers for Fear The Walking Dead season 8, episode 10


  • Fear The Walking Dead’s final season could connect to other spinoffs by introducing established organizations, adding depth to the overall franchise.
  • The potential destruction of PADRE and the need for characters to rebuild their community mirrors a similar theme in The Walking Dead, avoiding the mistake of using series finales as a bridge to spinoffs.
  • The appearance of the CRM in Fear The Walking Dead’s finale could set them up as a formidable antagonist in other spinoffs, increasing their threat level and creating anticipation for future storylines.

How Fear The Walking Dead ends could connect to multiple spinoffs in the franchise with just one twist. Although there is already speculation around Fear The Walking Dead’s final season, such as whether Alicia is still alive, there’s also potential for established organizations in the franchise to make an appearance that can tie its ending to other spinoffs. The franchise has already included crossovers, such as Morgan and Dwight moving from The Walking Dead to FTWD or the French scientists’ link between The Walking Dead: Daryl DixonThe Walking Dead: World Beyond, and the main show.

Fear The Walking Dead‘s build-up to a final showdown between Madison and Troy suggests some collateral damage, whether it’s character deaths or the destruction of settlements. Much like The Walking Dead‘s ending, this could mean characters need to rebuild their community, namely PADRE. This is most likely since The Walking Dead spinoff promises to avoid the ending mistake other TWD shows have made, namely using series finales as a way to bridge into spinoffs. Even with Fear The Walking Dead ensuring a complete ending, there can still be a connection to existing spinoffs if it includes a specific group in its finale.

Fear The Walking Dead Could Destroy PADRE In A Surprising Way

PADRE and Kim Dickens as Madison in Fear The Walking Dead

PADRE is first introduced in Fear The Walking Dead season 7 when Alicia meets a survivor who mentions it. This sets Alicia on a mission to find this safe place for her and her group. In season 8, after a time jump of seven years, Madison and others defeat Shrike and Crane, who had orchestrated the kidnapping of children, and take over PADRE. Additionally, all supplies from the shipping containers, originally intended to rebuild civilization, establish PADRE as a community capable of sustaining its inhabitants. This could put them on the CRM’s radar since it exhibits their self-sufficiency, which could be viewed as a threat to the CRM.

PADRE is isolated and importance is placed on keeping its location a secret, explaining how it’s been able to stay functioning. Now that Morgan’s group, the liberated PADRE children, and many parents of the children stay there, the community is powerful in terms of its numbers. Were the CRM to make a shock appearance in the finale, these aspects would be reason enough for it to happen since PADRE threatens their own goals of bettering civilization.

Fear The Walking Dead’s Ending Could Connect To Other Spinoffs With The CRM’s Return

Elizabeth from The Walking Dead: World Beyond, standing with CRM soldiers behind her.

Should the CRM infiltrate PADRE in Fear The Walking Dead‘s finale, it sets them up to be an even more daunting antagonist for characters in other spinoffs. For instance, Daryl and Rick’s reunion is inevitable because of one The Walking Dead detail that highlights their shared hope to reunite. Since CRM storylines will be a focus in The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live and could evidently fit in with The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, expanding on them can ramp up their threat level for Rick and Michonne’s fight to defeat them. With that in mind, a menacing act of dominance in Fear The Walking Dead‘s finale could tease some of what’s to be expected in the future.

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