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Fear the Walking Dead Season 2B: Cast Hints at 'Huge Deaths,' Fresh Blood

When AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead returns for the second half of Season 2 (on Sunday, Aug. 21), it won’t just feel like a new show, it’ll feel like several.

“We’re all being spun off into these other storylines,” Colman Domingo told Michael Ausiello Thursday when he and his castmates dropped by TVLine’s Comic-Con studio presented by ZTE. “We’re meeting lots of new people.”

Among them is a badass played by Prison Break alumna Danay Garcia. How can we be so sure that she’s a badass? “They don’t know the rules” of the apocalypse, the actress said, referring to her character’s fellow survivors. “I know the rules.” (Snap!)

It’s a good thing the Walking Dead spinoff is growing its population, too, because, as Cliff Curtis teased, there will be “big deaths” — plural — before Fear closes its sophomore season.

Also in the Q&A above, Domingo reveals the plot development that he’s impressed hasn’t left Curtis “trying to rip the set apart,” Kim Dickens admits that one co-star is forever dressing just like her (and it’s not who you think), and Frank Dillane sheds as much light as he can on the mystery item EP Dave Erickson told us Nick had in his possession when he ran off to live with the walkers.

Press PLAY on the video above to get the whole story, then hit the comments with your predictions about the “huge deaths.”

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3 Comments
  1. Joey Padron says:

    Good and funny interview with the cast. Good preview about 2nd half of season 2 and one of new characters cast talk about. Excited for the show to be back next month!

  2. No thanks says:

    DO. NOT. CARE. They lost me by being boring.

  3. Jane says:

    Unfortunately, the character deaths part for me is probably the only promising aspect left of this show. I’m sorry but so far this show is just ruining The Walking Dead for me for a few reasons. Too much of a good thing can be a bad thing you know and having seen Alycia Debnam- Carey play a stunning performance as Lexa in the 100 before this (which made her a household name and me a fan) well… yeah talk about a disappointing transformation. I honestly gave it a go and I admire the actress in general but her character in this is VERY different in terms of unfortunately, seeming kinda lame.. and being constantly moody and irritating… a pity since the actress actually seems sweet in reality. Also, just because Lexa fans say they are boycotting the 100 does not guarantee they will be satisfied with this show as a replacement btw, it will actually only further disappoint many. A character transplant for Alicia and some of the others is both unrealistic at this stage and undeserved, just let’s wipe the slate clean with some of them. I’m especially frustrated though cause at the very least I was hoping that if Alycia was gonna abandon Lexa, it would be for a worthy character and a worthy cause. To say it wasn’t is the understatement of the year so I’ll be delighted if this show rids itself of Alicia Clark especially for that reason, Alycia’s standards have slipped bigtime so it would seem. I also think there has been much exaggeration on the success of this show btw. People keep saying wait for it, wait for it, but I don’t owe this show anything to be waiting until my hair turns gray! My friends think it’s a little sloppy and just ok also. The Walking Dead(which I love ) is untouchable and I hope you all know that by supporting the lesser FTWD, the actual Walking Dead that we all love is likely to get the boot soon and/or succumb to worse writing as a result. Just look at what’s happening to The Vampire Diaries with the Originals! So yeah, I won’t be watching this sore disappointment as a result and I’m completely fine with it getting cancelled if they eventually decide to do so. Ps, bring back Lexa instead please because she deserved way better than to be sacrificed for the sake of the unwholesome Alicia Clark.