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Stunt: Fear the Walking Dead


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For the launch of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead exclusively on BT TV, murmurings of an infection spread across the Capital following stunts on Parliament Hill1 and the banks of the River Thames2

Additional checkpoints across the capital to screen for infection

Additional checkpoints across the capital to screen for infection

High profile figures including Ben Shepherd and YouTuber Joe Sugg also joined in the conversation using #somethingscoming as self-confessed fans of The Walking Dead. 

Ahead of last week’s premiere, a series of screening checkpoints were also set up in London to ensure that no infected persons leave the capital and the spread of infection is contained, all in line with Fear the Walking Dead. 

Commuters ready to leave London queue at Waterloo station to be scanned for infection to mark the launch of “Fear the Walking Dead” exclusively on AMC from BT

Commuters ready to leave London queue at Waterloo station to be scanned for infection to mark the launch of “Fear the Walking Dead” exclusively on AMC from BT

The screenings, led by officials from the E.N.D (Epidemic Neutralisation Department), marked the UK premiere of “Fear the Walking Dead” on the new AMC channel which launched last Monday, 28 August, designed to control the epidemic that already has the United States in its grip3

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“Fear the Walking Dead”, which last week became the #1 series premiere in US cable history4, airs its second episode exclusively on AMC from BT at 9pm tonight. 


1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZfM3vuYnv4&feature=youtu.be

2 https://twitter.com/benshephard/status/631043086584578048

3 The global premiere of “Fear the Walking Dead” made US television history, delivering 10.1 million live/same day viewers and becoming the #1 series premiere in US cable television history for total viewers and all key demos.

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