Season seven of Fear The Walking Dead has 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 fourteen’s “Divine Providence” as the battle for the Tower heats up, Alicia brings the fight to Strand’s front door.
The end of Episode thirteen’s “The Raft” viewers watched as Alicia lead her group toward the Tower. With this mindset, it shouldn’t come as a surprise viewers will see them arrive at “Strand’s front door.”
Viewers know, Alicia is determined to bring down Strand because of his elitist ways and blocking people from accessing his community. But fans mustn’t forget the submarine which is leaking radiation is a growing concern and Alicia group should immediately find a new place to live.
As seen in the video below, in this exclusive clip, Alicia and Daniel come head-to-head as Strand is confused by their appearance since Strand only offered an invite to Alicia. In the midst of the standoff, Daniel who is showing signs of dementia is taken by Strand’s guards, as Alicia tells Strands of Luciana’s lies.
Scott M. Gimple executive produces Fear The Walking Dead, 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 in his role as Daryl Dixon is still scheduled to debut in 2023, despite Melissa McBride departing the series. Stand-alone films centered on Rick Grimes, starring Andrew Lincoln, also are in the works.