'Fear the Walking Dead' season 3 first look - 3
Strand engulfed by a wave of thoughts. AMC.com

The main theme of “Fear the Walking Dead” season 4 is hope, or more specifically, “a journey toward hope,” the producers teased in a recent interview. Some of the cast members also talked about what viewers are going to see this time around, especially when it comes to Morgan Jones (Lennie James).

There will be a time jump next season. In a recent interview with Comic Book, co-showrunner Andrew Chambliss teased that the show this time around will “pick up in an unexpected place.”

“Mostly, I would say that this season is about a journey toward hope,” Chambliss added.

The plot will focus on what the journey was like for the characters to reach a new place. During these journeys, they also found a way back to each other.

Morgan Jones (Lennie James), the famous stick-wielding character from the main series, will also be transitioning to the spin-off in season 4. Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd said that the crossover is her favourite part this year. "Morgan has always been capable of being a stone cold killer but he also is capable of adopting a peaceful philosophy of non-violence so it will be interesting to see which of these personalities he brings to the crossover," she said.

There has been a lot of speculation about how the transition will take place, but according to James, "pretty much everybody’s got it wrong." James even said, "Surprisingly, we've kept the secret."

As far as the plot is concerned, Colman Domingo (Victor Strand) teased that as the heroes try to build a new civilisation, there will be new people joining, which means new complications. "The world is gonna continue to grow and it's gonna continue to fall apart," he said.