As "The Walking Dead" Season 7 is about to end, "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 3 is about to start. Fans are now excited for the continuation of the post-apocalyptic television series, especially now that things are about to change.
The show's showrunner David Erickson is about to leave the horror drama after "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 3. According to Variety, he is set to develop other assignments for AMC, thus he has to quit the show.
The network executive Joel Stillerman said that they are all grateful for David's amazing work from the first chapter of the show until "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 3. "The series fulfilled its creative promise to expand the Walking Dead universe in a way that was totally unique from the original series," he added.
In other "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 3 news, the show's survivors are up to face another set of new challenges. In the official synopsis revealed by AMC, it said that the families will be all gathered at the border of U.S. and Mexico, Geek reported.
Madison (Kim Dickens) is now reunited with Travis (Cliff Curtis), but Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) gets fractured when she killed Andres. Aside from building the society again destroyed by the walkers, they also have to build their own families in "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 3.
Madison is now miles away from his son in "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 3. Nick's (Frank Dillane) decision as the leader of the group put Luciana (Danay Garcia) in danger as she got ambushed by the American's militia group. But, as the couple escaped their deaths, it has a great impact to Nick.
Strand (Colman Domingo) is still recovering from his emotional and physical trauma in "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 3. Lastly, the detention of Ofelia (Mercedes Mason) will test her ability to survive and check if she can summon the cruelty of her father. AMC has yet to reveal the show's release date, but it is believed to be out in June.