The Walking Dead Season 6 Part 2 gets UK air date and trailer
Staff Reporter | On 13, Jul 2015
Updated: February 2016.
The Walking Dead Season 6 has a UK air date for its return in 2016.
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The show, which took a mid-season break with one hell of a cliffhanger before Christmas, will pick up where we left off in the community of Alexandria. Will anyone stand against the Ricktatorship? And will the town survive?
Luckily, you don’t have much longer to wait: we now know when Season 6 will return in the UK: The Walking Dead Season 6 Part 2 will premiere on Monday 15th February, within 24 hours of the show’s premiere in the US on Sunday 14th February. The show will, of course, air on FOX UK, which is available to non-pay-TV customers through VOD service NOW TV, which costs £6.99 a month .
The first trailer for Season 6 was originally revealed at Comic-Con, where the prequel series (Fear the Walking Dead) was also unveiled with a full trailer. Unlike The Walking Dead, though, AMC’s spin-off was not available on VOD alongside its broadcast: the show was broadcast on AMC’s new UK channel, which is available exclusively on BT TV. (It will arrive on Amazon Prime Video later this year.)
For more on that, and to watch the video, head this way. You can also read our The Walking Dead Season 6 Part 1 reviews here. Otherwise, you can catch up with all six seasons on NOW TV and Sky On Demand, with every episode available for binge-viewing. To get started – or to sign up ready for the second half of Season 6, hit the button.
Here’s the Season 6 trailer: