'Fear the Walking Dead' season 4: 'Interesting' transition for Morgan

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Interesting things have been planned for “Fear the Walking Dead” season 4, and one of them includes the appearance of Morgan (Lennie James). The producers of the show are now teasing that the next instalment will be “incredible.”

A tweet has teased the next season of “Fear the Walking Dead,” calling it “incredible.” No further details were revealed.

In an interview with Comic Book, James teased that the transition to the spin-off series is “really, really interesting.” This will be the first crossover character to appear in the two shows, so it will be interesting to see how it is handled in the story. James revealed it has something to do with the character’s relationship with Rick (Andrew Lincoln). The actor revealed that Morgan feels “conflicted” about the group he is currently working with.

Morgan’s journey has apparently been mapped out well. “He goes with some kind of trajectory. It is a full, well-thought-out journey that Morgan goes on,” James said.

The start of the push-away from the group may happen in the remaining episodes of “The Walking Dead” season 8. James said his character will get “really messed up” going forward. The actor said he can’t reveal more because it will stray into spoiler territory.

“The Walking Dead” season 8 is currently on its mid-season break, and it will return on Feb. 25 in the US. “Fear the Walking Dead,” on the other hand, is expected to premiere sometime next year, and an exact release date hasn’t been announced. It’s not clear in which episode the crossover will happen, but the event will open the door for more characters to jump over to another show.

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