Walking Dead Announces Which Character Will Cross to Fear-But How?

Walking Dead Announces Which Character Will Cross to Fear-But How?

Walking Dead Announces Which Character Will Cross to Fear-But How?

The crossover was first announced at New York Comic Con when Robert Kirkman said that one character would cross over, but it wasn't clear if the crossover would happen on The Walking Dead or Fear The Walking Dead. If, in our case, we dropped the series to the end of season 2, it is necessary to believe that it appeals to enough people to continue, although she does not know ever the same success as her big sister.

It is now a done thing since the Talking Dead that followed the airing of the episode of Walking Dead last night has lifted the veil on the character that will make the link.

Fans of TWD will know that Morgan Jones, played by British actor Lennie James, was on the show in Season One. And while speculation centered on the crossover just being an appearance or two, sources tell EW that James will indeed be a series regular on Fear, meaning he will be an integral part of the next season.

Aside from James, other new faces appearing in Season 4 of "Fear the Walking Dead" are Garret Dillahunt and Jenna Elfman. Translation? Morgan is, indeed, a goner.

'Morgan's arc in The Walking Dead season eight positioned him for the story on Fear the Walking Dead.

The character who'll appear in the crossover between The Walking Dead and spin-off series Fear The Walking Dead has been revealed, and it's not who fans expected.

It's hard to guess who Morgan will meet from Fear The Walking Dead, as the season three finale left most characters' lives hanging in the balance. It was also important to see Fear's world and characters through new, yet familiar eyes'.

It will be fascinating going forward to find out precisely how this switcheroo will work.

James said that he starts filming his scenes for Fear on Monday after concluding his filming for Walking Dead a few days ago. On the original Walking Dead, most of Morgan's time off-screen has already been accounted for through flashbacks.

Lennie begins filming on Fear The Walking Dead today, just a week after he wrapped filming The Walking Dead.

The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9/8c on AMC.

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