Kim Dickens' Madison Doesn't Believe in Zombies in First 'Fear The Walking Dead' Clip

By Andrew Meola | Jun 25, 2015 08:56 PM EDT
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The premiere of Fear The Walking Dead is still a ways off, but the first new clip from the series shows that Kim Dickens' character, Madison, does not believe that a zombie apocalypse is really happening.

Check it out below:

You can also check out some new photos here to see Kim Dickens as Madison, Cliff Curtis as Travis, Alycia Debnam-Carey as Alicia, and Maestro Harrell as Matt.

“It took a while to sink in,” Debnam-Carey told Variety recently about getting the part. “I’m lucky to be part of a world that’s already well established and supported.”

Debnam-Carey didn’t watch the original series until she got the part, but then spent four weeks binge watching it. “I’m obsessed with it!” she says. Other TV favorites of hers are House of Cards and Game of Thrones. “I have a serious girl crush on Emilia Clarke," she said.

Debnam-Carey added she has been warned about Comic-Con. “I don’t know that anyone is prepared for the fans of TWD’ They are some of the most loyal fans of any show on television right now.”

We know lots of information about the spinoff by now, but we still don't have a premiere date. Luckily, the "Ask Ausiello" column at TVLine has a bit of news about that.

"Question: When will Fear The Walking Dead premiere? -Joanne

AMC hasn't announced a specific date beyond Summer 2015, which makes me think it probably won't see the light of day until August. BTW, showrunner Dave Erickson - who earlier this week spilled a half-dozen tantalizing teases about the anticipated spinoff - says the first chaotic days of the zombie outbreak will have a 'civil unrest' feel, adding, 'Everyone's trying to deal with the fact that people they know and love are suddenly behaving in [odd] ways, while also trying to process the fact that there are shootings, fires and riots breaking out across the county.' Eventually, a harsh reality [sets in] that 'something far more insidious and unnatural' is going on."

"Fear the Walking Dead takes us back to the earlier, more dangerous, more terrifying days of The Walking Dead," said Robert Kirkman in a press release. "A time when danger was lurking around every corner and the thing mostly likely to get you killed was your own ignorance of the rapidly changing world around you. The stakes are going to be higher and the ride more intense. We're going to show people all the insanity of civilization crumbling that Rick Grimes slept through. Buckle up."

"I could not be more thrilled to be continuing on this apocalyptic journey, dramatizing the horrific disintegration of society through the lens of a dysfunctional family. We've assembled a stellar cast and crew to tell our story -- it's going to be a great ride," added David Erickson.

What do you think of the clip? Let us know in the comments section.

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