Fear the Walking Dead's New Trailer Catches up to Morgan
The latest trailer suggests the spinoff series will be jumping ahead in time to catch up to the main show.
By Chris Morse
If the overall vibe of the latest trailer for Fear the Walking Dead is any indication, we can expect the new season of the spinoff series to feel a lot different than the earlier ones, which feels like a good thing overall. Fans have been wondering how the crossover is going to work with respect to the show's timeline and this trailer gives us a strong indication that the series will be jumping ahead to match up more closely with where The Walking Dead might end up after its eighth season concludes.
At the very least, we get a longer look at what's in store for season 4, which will premiere on April 15th right after the season finale of The Walking Dead. As a bonus, we get to see Morgan interacting with Nick, who learns very quickly not to mess with the man holding the stick. Overall, the upcoming season looks pretty strong and perhaps this new direction will help the show stay fresh instead of hitting some kind of lull like other shows that are on the air this long.
All we can do is wait and see, but we really dig this new trailer. How about you?
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