Fear the Walking episode 3 titled The Dog, did not air on its regular time on Sunday, Sept. 6, at 9 p.m. ET, because well, it's the Labor Day Weekend. Fans of the zombie cult franchise will have to wait until next week to see the next installment of the series.
Yesterday, Labor Day, AMC also aired episode 1 and episode 2 at 6pm ET and replayed episode 2 at 12:29 a.m. ET of The Walking Dead spinoff.
Meanwhile, Nielsen has released its latest ratings tally showing Fear the Walking Dead gaining in viewership in just two episodes, reported Variety. Episode 2 of Fear the Walking Dead was watched by an estimated 11.7 million viewers said Nielsen up by 3.5 million from the 8.2 million registered in its premiere episode last Sunday, August 23.
The series is also showing some pretty good demographics in viewership as its adult fans or those aged between 28 and 49, brought in an additional 2.4 million in its live-plus three (L3) ratings to reach 7.4 million, or a 46% increase from Sunday's live-plus same-day numbers.
The 90-minute second episode registered an increase in time-shifted viewing Nielsen said compared to the first telecast. Episode 2 of Fear the Walking Dead was watched by an estimated 10.1 million viewers and added 3.2 million in the L3 measure.
When to Watch Episode 3 of Fear the Walking Dead
Fans who missed the third episode of Fear the Walking Dead will have to wait until Sunday, Sept. 13 at 9 p.m. ET to witness how Travis (Cliff Curtis), Liza (Elizabeth Rodriguez) and Chris (Lorenzo James Henrie) unit with the with the Salazar family after they managed to get out of the dangerous street, reported IBTimes.
However, the group might be forced to evacuate their current safe place because of a fire in the building next door. Meanwhile Madison (Kim Dickens) will try to find a way to defend her home and keep her children safe from the zombies as Nick (Frank Dillane) continues to detox.
What to Expect in Fear the Walking Dead Season 1
Here are some spoilers you should expect in season 1 of AMC's original series Fear the Walking Dead, according to What Culture:
As the zombie epidemic reaches apocalyptic proportion, expect never-ending riots in major cities across the globe. Numerous people are going to die, either ending up as dinner of the zombies or gunned down by the anti-riot police or from people who are just trying to survive. Things can go ugly anytime and there is no immediate solution in sight.
Panic will spread throughout Los Angeles and schools and workplaces will be shut down indefinitely. There will be pandemonium everywhere as people gets bitten and turn to zombies. The city will be in flames.
In Episode 2, we already saw power was jolting on an off. It will not take long before power is completely turned off and soon the whole world will be engulfed in darkness. Bye bye, Internet, smartphones and everything that runs on electricity that the modern world has to offer.
The darkness will only escalate the panic.