Fear the Walking Dead Season 8

In the US, Fear the Walking Dead season 8 will air at 21:00 ET (18:00 PT) on May 14. With this being the final season, there are only 12 episodes left to wrap things up, with the final six coming later in the year after a short break. On the plus side, British fans can watch season 8 right alongside their American counterparts, due to a specially timed simultaneous launch at 02:00 BST on May 15.

Important: We only recommend using official sources to watch Fear the Walking Dead. This not only guarantees that you’re getting the highest possible quality video, but also helps support the people who make the show possible. As a bonus, there’s no chance of having the stream you’re watching suddenly taken offline, either.

Fear the Walking Dead season 8 will only be shown on region-locked streaming services. If you’re traveling abroad and want to watch a streaming platform from back home, you’ll have to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN).

How to live stream Fear the Walking Dead online from abroad

New to VPNs? Don’t worry: they’re really quite simple to use. Below is our step-by-step guide on how to unblock and stream Fear the Walking Dead from anywhere in the world.

Here’s how to watch Fear the Walking Dead s8 online from anywhere:

  1. Decide which service you’d like to use. We recommend NordVPN, but Surfshark and ExpressVPN are both strong options
  2. Download the app and install it on any device you use to stream. Most providers allow at least five simultaneous connections at once, but this varies from one VPN to another.
  3. Log in and connect to a server in your home country. An American server, for example, will get you a US IP address and allow you to access US streaming services abroad.
  4. Visit your chosen streaming platform and create an account (or log in if you already have one). Note that some services require a local payment method to sign up.
  5. Now, select the live stream (or the replay). You should find that it begins right away. If you’re having issues, clear your browser’s cookies and try again.


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Fear the Walking Dead will broadcast live, so we recommend spending a few minutes making sure your VPN works properly before the premiere. If you run into any problems, contact your VPN’s support team for assistance.

How to watch Fear the Walking Dead season 8 on US TV

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AMC helps produce The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead, and has exclusive broadcasting rights to these shows in the US. If your cable TV subscription already includes AMC, you can log into the website and watch online at no extra cost. If you are outside of the US or don’t currently have a cable TV provider, you can sign up for AMC+ for just $8.99 per month.

It’s also possible to stream Fear the Walking Dead online via several other digital TV providers. AMC lets users log in with a Hulu, fuboTV, SlingTV, or YouTube TV account. These services all offer a free trial, but since prior seasons have run for several months, eventually, you’ll have to get a subscription. Hulu is the least expensive option, costing just US$7.99 per month, and conveniently, seasons 1–7 are included in its on-demand library.

All of these services are region-locked, meaning you can’t ordinarily stream them outside of the US. Luckily, it is easy to access all of them with the right VPN. NordVPN offers a 30-day money back guarantee, so you can try it risk free.

Where else can I watch Fear the Walking Dead online?

This show has a huge international fanbase and can be watched online in quite a few countries. Here’s how to stream Fear the Walking Dead where you are:


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Traditionally, new episodes of Fear the Walking Dead have aired simultaneously in the UK and US. This means that British fans can expect some late nights – with new episodes premiering at 02:00 BST.

in the UK, AMC is only available on BT TV, so if you’re with a different cable or satellite provider (or simply don’t have cable), you won’t be able to watch season 8 live.

The good news is that BT TV App now allows you to watch its content online. As a result, you can watch AMC on your computer, tablet, smartphone, Samsung Smart TVs, and Apple TV devices. At the moment, the first seven seasons are included with Amazon Prime Video, so getting caught up is easy.

BT TV and Amazon Prime Video are both geo-restricted. If you’re outside the UK, you’ll need a VPN to stream Fear the Walking Dead on either service.


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The new season of Fear the Walking Dead will air every Monday on Fox Showcase at 14:00. Current Foxtel TV subscribers can log in and watch online via the Foxtel Go app. Alternatively, it’s possible to sign up for Foxtel Now ($25 AUD per month after a 10-day trial) and watch online without cable.

The Australian streaming provider Binge will also be showing live streams of each episode. A 14-day trial is available if you want to try this streaming provider. Following that, subscriptions start at $10 AUD per month.

If you’re looking to catch up before season eight starts, you’ll find seasons five, six, and seven on Foxtel Now and Binge. However, you’ll need to buy older seasons, and both of these platforms are region-locked, so you’ll need a VPN to access them from outside Australia.

What do we know about Fear the Walking Dead season 8?

There is a trailer for the final season of FtWD. It’s action-packed but reveals surprisingly little about what to expect, with Morgan simply warning someone against repeating his own mistakes. We do know, however, that it’ll begin with a seven-year jump. Apparently, during this time, PADRE has subjugated all of the survivors on the island. Where do things go from there? You’ll have to tune in to find out.