Kim Dickens returns for Fear the Walking Dead seasons 7 and 8 – .

Kim Dickens returns for Fear the Walking Dead seasons 7 and 8 – .

Nobody’s Left Until They’re Gone: Kim Dickens will return as Madison Clark on Fear the living dead. Part of the Walking Dead Universe since Madison’s apparent death in the 2018 Season 4 midseason finale, Dickens is confirmed to make his first appearance when The walking dead The second half of Fallout Season 7 premieres in April 2022 on AMC. Reveal Madison’s Return Live On Talk dead Following Sunday’s midseason finale, “Padre,” AMC Networks also announced that Dickens will continue as a series regular in an officially renewed Season 8 of Fear the living dead.

“If there was a Mt. Deadmore, Kim Dickens’ face would be on it. Madison Clark is a fundamental character for TWDU – heroic, complex, a person who becomes a warrior and then a force of benevolence, ”said Scott M. Gimple, Director of Content at AMC. The walking dead Universe. “Kim Dickens’ raw talent, strength and brilliance will electrify TWDU once again and we couldn’t be luckier to find her. “

Dickens’ unexpected exit while the main character was in FearThe fourth season episode of “No One’s Gone,” halfway through a revamped season, installing Morgan Jones (Lennie James) as the series frontman in a crossover with The walking dead.

Madison appeared to die in a blazing fire saving children Nick (Frank Dillane) and Alicia Clark (Alycia Debnam-Carey), with her final sacrificial fight taking place inside the walls of a stadium overrun by walkers.

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Madison’s fate was confirmed at the time by showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, the duo that succeeded original showrunner and series co-creator Dave Erickson in season 4. Erickson envisioned Madison’s evolution. villain through season 7, but it was a “story decision” by Chambliss and Goldberg that killed Madison Clark midway through season four of Fear the living dead.

Dickens did not ask to be written of Fear and was “devastated” to learn that Season 4 depended on a decision already made: Madison’s death. Like Madison’s message of “no one’s gone” to her children, Dickens later hinted that her character might return because the apparent death happened offscreen.

After Alicia in season 6 reunited with the stadium fire survivors (season 4 recurring Sebastien Sozzi, Rhoda Griffis and Kenneth Wayne Bradley) thought to be killed in “No One’s Gone,” Chambliss and Goldberg teased Madison, “We have never seen his body. And Madison herself said, ‘No one left until they were gone.’ ”

Fear the living dead Season 7 returns Sunday April 17 on AMC. Follow the author @CameronBonomolo on Twitter and comics @NewsOfTheDead for TWD Universe coverage throughout the season.


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