Summer TV 2019: 8 returning shows not to miss

FEAR THE WALKING DEAD -- Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC -- Acquired via AMC Press
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD -- Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC -- Acquired via AMC Press /
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Jenna Elfman as June, Danay Garcia as Luciana, Daryl “Chill” Mitchell as Wendell, Mo Collins as Sarah, Lennie James as Morgan Jones – Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 15 – Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC /

Many shows are on summer break, but not to fear, Summer TV 2019 has many promising returning hit shows. Here are 8 not to miss!

It’s always about new shows to watch, but in this feature, we’re giving the spotlight to old favorites! While most networks are saying goodbye for now to current hits, let’s not forget about the television shows that are always here for us during the summer. Because, what would summer be without a great show to watch?

From Fear the Walking Dead to series premiering on Netflix and Hulu. Here are our 8 summer favorites we can’t wait to see again…

Fear the Walking Dead

Premiere date: Sunday, June 2

Network: AMC

On Sunday, June 2, Fear the Walking Dead returns with Season 5 on AMC. The titles to eight of the upcoming episodes have already been revealed, with Season 5, Episode 1, “Here to Help,” kicking off the season.

Season 5 is the biggest chapter yet for Fear the Walking Dead for many reasons. Mainly, because the companion series to The Walking Dead will include a crossover between both. Who will appear? Austin Amelio, who portrays Dwight in TWD. 

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Fans recall Morgan (Lennie James) being the first character to crossover to the world of Fear TWD. We’re excited to see the walker universe grow more with this addition!

The upcoming season is set to continue following Morgan Jones and Alicia Clark as they lead a search for more survivors. Also starring in Season 5 are Alycia Debnam-Carey, Maggie Grace, Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, Garret Dillahunt, and Jenna Elfman among others.

Are you looking forward to this season? Now that so much has been going on over at The Walking Dead, many fans are preferring to stick to Fear the Walking Dead as their go-to series. What’s your take?