Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 premiere

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Fear's season premiere aired directly after The Walking Dead's Season 8 finale-in which Morgan chose to leave the group after (spoiler alert) winning the war against the Saviors.

Rick, of course, wasted his last bullets firing on Negan from a distance. Rick, however, has other plans: Negan will spend the rest of his life in a cell, a living symbol of the savage life they're leaving behind for good. And yet, Rick agreed - reluctantly - to take Morgan into battle, where he continued to kill indiscriminately. Not to mention, they develop much further than their fellow series' counterparts. He didn't go back with her though, saying that he's not meant to be around other people. But Rick and Michonne, Rick was wrong to do what he did. Georgie is the character in Episode 12 who gave Maggie the book with blueprints of technology that could help them rebuild society at the Hilltop.

By episode's end, Morgan had left Hilltop for the Scavengers' dump, where he convinced Jadis, a.k.a. Ann, to join Rick's group, telling her, "Everything is about people, everything in this life that's worth a damn".

The men who play Rick and Negan - Andrew Lincoln and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, respectively - appeared on Talking Dead along with Lennie James (Morgan), showrunner Scott M. Gimple, and comic creator Robert Kirkman to share insight and intel on everything went down, including Rick's mercy ultimately prevailing over his wrath. And what became of those scenes of a red-eyed, tearful Rick from the season 8 premiere?

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I am pleased with the ending of season 8. This is him turning over a new leaf and deciding there's a different way forward.... I had my doubts and thought that either Rick or Negan would be killed, but that's not the case. But there is plenty of work ahead, and the future isn't as clear as Rick might hope it is. Her season eight story ends with a confession that Rick was right about saving the Saviors and rebuilding civilization. Gaping neck wounds tend to be of the lethal variety, especially on The Walking Dead, but Rick had a second surprise in store: He ordered Siddiq to save Negan, who was still clinging to life. The question is, just how long had Eugene been planning this? "As Andy says, I don't think the story between, about the relationship between Rick and Morgan, is over yet". "So we're gonna bide our time, wait for our moment, and then we're gonna show him".

Granted, The Whisperers are introduced in The Walking Dead comics by ambushing members of The Hilltop, but aside from the ambush, the similarities stop there outside of what I think might have been a slight nod to the fan theory by having Alicia disguise herself behind her hair until Althea approaches her. It was revealed that Daryl was also in the meeting and in on the plan.

Obviously, "The Walking Dead" is too much of a cash cow for AMC to part with the show blithely, but at this point, it wouldn't be insane to start contemplating an end game, one that would allow viewers to follow Rick's story, at least, toward some sort of natural conclusion. The communities are going to find a new way to live together. We knew that was going to be the final masterstroke. This allows new fans to jump right in without watching any of the first 3 seasons.

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