A new trailer for Season 2 of\u00a0Fear The Walking Dead has been\u00a0revealed during the show's panel at\u00a0San Diego Comic-Con 2016.\u00a0Nerdist's Chris Hardwick kicked off the panel and went on to introduce the show's cast and members of the production team.\r\n\r\nExecutive producer on the show, Gale Anne Hurd, said via FTWD's official\u00a0Twitter\u00a0account:\r\n"We're going to be exploring things you've never seen on tv before."\r\nSeason 2B as they are calling it is also promised to have even more infected this time around. With the nature of the show being a prequel to the events of\u00a0The Walking Dead, it would make sense that there is a reduced amount of zombies. The next part of Season 2 will increase that number, however.\r\n\r\nA new character named Luciano, played by\u00a0Danay Garcia, was also revealed to be joining Season 2B.\r\n\r\nCheck out the trailer for Season 2B of Fear The Walking Dead\u00a0below:\r\n\r\n[iframe id="https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/embed\/RtAyQeDygaM"]\r\n\r\nCreated by Robert Kirkman and Dave Erickson,\u00a0Fear The Walking Dead\u00a0premiered on AMC\u00a0August 23, 2015.\u00a0The first season consisted of six episodes, with the second season consisting of 15 episodes thus far, which premiered on April 10, 2016. Days later\u00a0AMC announced Fear The Walking Dead\u00a0had been renewed for a 16 episode third season to air in 2017, not to be confused with Season 2B.\r\n\r\nThe U.S. series premiere of Season 1 attracted 10.1 million total viewers, whereas the premiere of the second season attracted 6.7 million viewers. The show\u2019s critical reception was slightly above average but isn\u2019t held in as high regard as the main show.\r\n\r\nThe show stars Kim Dickens (Madison Clark), Cliff Curtis (Travis Manawa), Frank Dillane (Nick Clark), Alycia Debnam-Carey (Alicia Clark), Elizabeth Rodriguez (Liza Ortiz) Mercedes Mason (Ofelia Salazar), Lorenzo James Henrie (Christopher Manawa), Rub\u00e9n Blades (Daniel Salazar) and Colman Domingo (Victor Strand).\r\n\r\nFear The Walking Dead\u00a0returns to screens on August 21.