Take a Bite Out of New Fear the Walking Dead Photos
New photos give us a first glimpse at what to expect from the reinvented zombie drama spinoff's 4th season.
By Chris Morse
We already know that change is coming to the zombie spinoff drama, but what is that change going to look like when Fear the Walking Dead returns for season 4? For starters, we have Morgan crossing over from The Walking Dead, which is surely going to spice things up, as you can see from the first official photos we previously shared. The first big question mark is the timing of season 4 along with Morgan's arrival, as he surely will be departing the main series at the conclusion of the All-Out War arc, which is quite out of sync from where Fear left off.
Could we be seeing a bit of a time jump for both shows? Most likely. Either way, the creative minds behind Fear the Walking Dead hope to breathe new life into the series under the watchful eye of Scott Gimple, who will be overseeing both shows as Chief Content Officer for AMC. We've got another glimpse at what this new life may look like with new official photos, courtesy of TV Guide. Check them out below.
The show has definitely found some footing lately and hopefully the shift in approach will keep this spinoff interesting. Will you be tuning in or is it too late for AMC to draw you back into this series? Let us know your thoughts on Fear the Walking Dead in the comments below.
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