‘Fear The Walking Dead:’ Production Begins In Baja Studios Mexico!
It has been recently revealed that the production work for “Fear the Walking Dead Season 2” has already begun after the mid-season finale of “The Walking Dead.” The announcement has been made by AMC that shootings have begun in Mexico at the Baja Studios. Teaser at the end of the premiere season has also contented a glimpse of high seas, a greater part of Season 2 is likely to be set onto the high seas.
The show that is known to be the companion of immensely successful “The Walking Dead,” is predicted to return to the screens in spring with Season 2, which is expected to be 15 episodes long. Another exciting fact for the fans of Colman Domingo, who depicted the character of the mysterious Strand, is that he has now been promoted to a regular performer of the series.
We saw how Season 1 has ended with all the main characters ending at Strand’s beach house and trying their best to escape from Los Angeles on a yatch. Just because of the reason that the Strand’s boat has been included, the production work is being carried out at Baja Studios.
The studios have been popular with their associations to the films like “Titanic” and “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” and “Deep Blue Sea,” and known as one of the largest filming studios in the world. However, it will be quite interesting to note as to how long the characters will be seen onto the seas side.
Much details about season 2 is more of a secret for now. It has been predicted that there will be a short time jump at the beginning of the next season. Showrunner Dave Erickson has explained the necessity of time jump saying, “There’s too much emotional weight coming off of the finale and the loss of Liza and Griselda.”
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