Zombies invade Surrey for ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ TV shoot (link to photos)

SURREY  â€” Scenes for the new "Fear the Walking Dead" TV show were shot here on Wednesday (May 20).

The school district building at the corner of 140th Street and 92nd Avenue was turned into a hospital for the shoot, with "zombies" roaming the area.

"In The Walking Dead’s Los Angeles-set prequel Fear The Walking Dead, the zombies are ‘fresher’ and still look human, which makes it much more difficult to stop them," according to a post at YVRshoots.com.

"At last night’s shoot at a Surrey School District building turned Sisters of Mercy Hospital, I saw my first walker of the new series – this bloodied doctor who practiced lurching ahead of the big scene.

"Much of the neighbourhood came out in hope of seeing The Walking Dead-style monster zombies."

 

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