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“THE WALKING DEAD” SEASON EIGHT PREMIERES 23rd OCTOBER ON FOX

“THE WALKING DEAD” SEASON EIGHT

SEASON EIGHT RETURNS TO FOX WITH INTERNATIONAL PREMIERES AIRING WITHIN HOURS OF BROADCAST ON AMC IN THE U.S.

FOX, the world’s leading international entertainment brand, and a unit of Fox Network Group, today announces that “The Walking Dead” season eight will premiere in the UK and  internationally on 23rd October  across all FOX channels outside the U.S. in 180+ markets. The global day and date launch is within 24 hours of the series premiering on AMC in the U.S.

As in previous seasons, the show’s eighth installment includes 16 episodes and will air in two parts, with the first eight episodes kicking off internationally on 23rd October and the final eight returning February 2018.

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“THE WALKING DEAD” SEASON EIGHT


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