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Fear The Walking Dead ‘We Go Way Back’ Ep. 705 | Exclusive Clip

Sherry And Dwight Are “Kidnapped” By Strand

Season seven of Fear The Walking Dead been impressive with their anthology-type episodes that allows viewers to see how their favorite (and hated) characters are acclimating to the harsh landscape and environmental changes the nuclear bomb fallout.

In episode five’s “Till Death” Dwight and Sherry code is tested during their journey as ethical outlaws known as the Dark Horses when Strand recruits them for a search and rescue mission that forces them to question their code and their future.

With Victor Strand king of his settlement castle he continues to recruits more people to his side, determined to prove he is a better Morgan by creating and sustaining a community.

In this exclusive clip, Strand offers a proposition to Sherry and Dwight after the couple was “kidnapped.” How does this offer change the paths of Sherry and Dwight? What is Strand really after?

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In the fifth episode of season seven, the main focus will not only be on Dwight (Austin Amelio) and Sherry (Christine Evangelista), but we finally get to meet Mickey played by Aisha Tyler plays.

While this is her onscreen debut, she has been a part of TWD Family as a director for episodes of Fear TWD season six ‘J.D.’ and The Walking Dead: World Beyond’s “Exit Wounds” and “Family Is a Four Letter Word.”

To see more from ‘Till Death’ check out the clip in the video above.

Scott M. Gimple executive produces FTWD, along with showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, Robert Kirkman, David Alpert, Gale Anne Hurd and Greg Nicotero.

It was announced in September that mothership series The Walking Dead will come to an end in 2022 with an expanded 11th season. But there is more Walking Dead to come. A new as-yet untitled spinoff starring fan favorites Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride in their roles as Daryl Dixon and Carol Peletier is scheduled to debut in 2023. AMC is also currently airing The Walking Dead: World Beyond, the second stand-alone series in TWD franchise. Stand-alone films centered on Rick Grimes, starring Andrew Lincoln, also are in the works.

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