AMC Releases Character Portraits for FEAR THE WALKING DEAD Season 4

With The Walking Dead nearing the end of its season, AMC released its character portraits for FEAR THE WALKING DEAD’s 4th season.

The 4th season of Fear the Walking Dead is almost upon us and there are a few additions to the cast of excellent characters. Included in the cast is Lennie James reprising his The Walking Dead role of Morgan Jones, which is going to be interesting to see play out since Fear the Walking Dead is actually supposed to take place a few years prior to The Walking Dead.

According to, a time jump is expected to take place in Fear to help align the two shows, thus making it possible for James to make the crossover.

“The things that the writers are doing with Morgan and the way that they’re navigating, it’s not really a spoiler alert, but the way that Morgan transitions through the crossover is really, really interesting,” James said. “The springboard that goes from The Walking Dead to Fear is a real… He goes with some kind of trajectory. It is a full, well-thought out journey that Morgan goes on. A lot of it is tied to his relationship with Rick. A lot of it is tied to his relationship to this group of people that he feels conflicted about caring for and wanting to protect.”

The returning cast includes Kim Dickens as Madison Clark, Alycia Debnam-Carey as Alicia Clark, Frank Dillane as Nick Clark, Colman Domingo as Victor Strand, and Danay Garcia as Luciana. 

Joining James in season 4 are Garret Dillahunt (Fox’s The Gifted) as John, Maggie Grace (Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn parts 1 & 2) as Althea, and Jenna Elfman (ABC’s Imaginary Mary) as Naomi.

And we can’t forget the Walkers.

The season finale for The Walking Dead airs April 15th, the same night as the premiere of Fear the Walking Dead.

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