'Fear the Walking Dead' season 4 will feel like a 'different show'

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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

Morgan Jones (Lennie James) will not be the only big change in “Fear the Walking Dead” season 4. In a recent interview, show creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman teased that the show will “ramp up quite a bit” this year.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Kirkman said that season 3 is just an “appetizer” compared to what they have planned this year. The producer didn’t want to reveal too much in the storyline, but only said they are changing things “a great deal.”

“It’s going to be a much different show that is not going to alienate any viewers that have been enjoying the show from season 1 to 3, but will give those people new things to love, and new characters to latch onto,” Kirkman said.

As far as Morgan is concerned, Kirkman said the character has a “really great story,” adding that the plot this time around will give viewers a “cool insight into his character.”

The addition of Morgan, Kirkman teased, is going to “change everything” for the established characters on “Fear the Walking Dead.” His presence will “really change the story” and “kick start” the show with “engines roaring.” The producer further emphasised that they are going to “shake things up” on the show this year.

Morgan may not be the only character to cross over. The character’s jump to the spin-off series opens the door for more crossovers in the future. One such jump is expected to be that of Madison (Kim Dickens).

Some fans believe that Madison is the mysterious and dictatorial character Alpha from the comics. Addressing this theory at a panel discussion in Walker Stalker Cruise 2018, Kirkman neither denied nor confirmed the theories, which include the potential for Madison to meet Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).

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