'Fear the Walking Dead'
Actors Cliff Curtis (L), Frank Dillane (C) and Alycia Dernam-Carey participate in the AMC "Fear the Walking Dead" panel at the Television Critics Association (TCA) Summer 2015 Press Tour in Beverly Hills, California July 31, 2015. Reuters/David McNew

Showrunner and Executive Producer Dave Erickson revealed in a recent interview that “Fear the Walking Dead” Season 2 was filmed in the same studio where the popular “Titanic” movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet was filmed.

In an interview with Variety, Erickson said that the next season of the TV series was filmed at Baja Studios, which was built by James Cameron for “Titanic.” The producer described the facilities at the studio as “perfect” for the show’s needs.

Production designer Bernardo Trujillo apparently built a boat in six weeks and the producer said that it was “pretty impressive.” The survivors will be going on a yacht in the next season, hoping that staying in the middle of the ocean will keep them safe from the Walkers and rival groups.

Erickson said that being stuck in the middle of the ocean is one of his “greatest fears” and teased that the level of “anxiety” “tension” and “paranoia” Travis (Cliff Curtis) and his team will face in “Fear the Walking Dead” Season 2 will be really interesting.

The survivors will have to carefully consider where they want to go next. Although they can stay in the boat for a long time, they will still need to head to a destination where they can actually be safe. The producer pointed out that since there is a long coastline in the US, Travis’ group will not be the only one to come up with the idea of heading to the ocean to escape from the Walkers.

The producer revealed that the group has adequate supplies and pointed out that there are plenty of fish in the ocean, on which they can survive. However, there will be “some wrinkles” that will force them to go “where they don’t necessarily want to.” Erickson said that in “Fear the Walking Dead” Season 2 Travis and his team will be seen both on land and sea.