Fear the Walking Dead’s second season debut is around the corner and AMC has officially released all 16 parts for Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462. You can also watch the webseries on AMC’s official app.
The first clip introduces the main characters in Flight 462 including the teenager (Brendan Meyer), the married couple (Lisa Waltz & Brett Rickaby), flight attendant (Kathleen Gati), and Charlie (Michelle Ang). When the teen realizes his mom didn’t board the plane he calls her and during their conversation there’s a woman screaming in the background.
The boy texts his mom asking if she’s okay but the message doesn’t go through. At this point the husband is starting to show signs of sickness as he begins to vomit in a bag.
The woman sitting next to the teenager asks him if he’s alone and he tells her that his mom was suppose to be on the flight but they only had room for one more. Charlie overhears their conversation and realizes she took the last spot on the plane. The air marshall (Kevin Sizemore) is introduced at the end of the clip.
Part 4 shows the husband still feeling pretty crappy as he rushes to the restroom. Charlie immediately seems suspicious and asks the wife how long her husband has been sick in a stern tone. This leads to a brief dispute between the two and when Charlie sits down the boy asks her if she believes thinks the husband has the “flu that has been going around.”
Flight 462 is preparing to land and the husband is still in the restroom and he’s not making any noise. The teenage boy looks out his plane’s window and sees multiple city lights turning off.
The flight attendant is still trying to get the husband to come out of the restroom and then there’s a loud thud. The door is opened by the flight attendant and the husband’s lifeless body slams on the ground as the wife gasps.
The air marshall attempts to resuscitate the husband and then the pilot makes an announcement stating that due to the lack of lighting in the landing strip he has no choice but to fly back to LAX. Charlie rips open the husband’s buttoned up shirt and you can visibily see that he was bitten by a walker.
Charlie warns the flight attendant, wife, and the air marshal that the husband needs to be tied down asap but the air marshal orders everyone to get back to their seats. The husband wakes up as a zombie.
The walker attempts to bite the nearest living person closest to him as the air marshal tries to subdue the zombie. Charlie then opens the bathroom door and tells the air marshal to throw him inside which he does and they lock the door.
The flight attendant notices that she was scratched by the walker and Charlie tells the air marshal to tie her down. Charlie then demands that the flight attendant call the pilot to tell him to land. She says there’s nowhere to land because the lights are going out everywhere.
The teeanger asks Charlie how she knew that the husband was sick but she doesn’t respond. The wife kneels by the bathroom door as the walker continues to hit the door. She tries to open the door but the air marshal stops her.
The walker stops making noise and the wife opens the door unleashing the walker right at her. The zombie bites into the wife’s neck and the air marshal fires several shots at the walker which doesn’t do much. Charlie tells the air marshal to shoot the zombie in the head but at this point he has no bullets left.
Charlie pulls the walker off of the air marshal and the walker then directs his aggression toward her. She tries to fight him off and the teenage boy hands her a sharp object which she uses to kill the zombie.
The bitten wife starts giving her final breaths and Charlie impales the wife in the eye which kills her. At this point one of the plane’s windows shatters from a bullet that the air marshal had previously fired.
The passengers rush to their seats and Charlie apologizes to the teeanger for taking his mom’s seat.
In the miniseries finale, Nick (Frank Dillane) from Fear the Walking Dead sees the plane from a distance and he watches as the plane swerves sideways. Meanwhile, inside Flight 462, Charlie and the rest of the passengers brace for impact.
AMC recently released a sneak peek revealing the sole survivor of Flight 462, find out who lives in the teaser.
Watch the second season of Fear the Walking Dead on Sunday, April 10 at 9 p.m. on AMC.