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EW Interviews Kim Dickens; Deadline Reports on Second Half Premiere Date

This week, Kim Dickens talks to Entertainment Weekly about leaving the show, while TV Guide wonders how the story will change. Plus, CarterMatt looks ahead to the rest of Season 4. Read on for more:

• When she learned Madison’s fate, Kim Dickens tells Entertainment Weekly, “I have loved this character, I’ve loved playing this character, I’ve loved this show, and I’m so proud to have been a strong female empowered lead of a genre show.”

• Looking towards the second half of Season 4, Andrew Chambliss tells TV Guide, “We don’t want to give away too much about the antagonist, but we will say a big part of what our characters are going to be up against is Mother Nature herself. We’ve seen walkers be a threat, we’ve seen humans be a threat, and now we’re going to see our characters facing both threats that we’ve seen before, but now they’re going to be doing it under even more dire circumstances than we’ve seen in the past.”

• Looking ahead to the rest of Season 4, CarterMatt says, “Ultimately, one of the biggest questions that we have revolves around Alicia Clark. Is this really her show now?”

Entertainment Weekly proclaims that Fear the Walking Dead made its “boldest — and riskiest — move in four seasons by killing off the show’s lead character.”

Uproxx gauges viewer reaction to Madison’s demise, reporting, “Twitter was expectedly crestfallen, even among those — like myself — who didn’t exactly love Madison Clark until this season.”

Cinema Blend focuses on the loss of Madison, deciding to “unpack everything leading up to the tragic reveal.”

• According to, in the Midseason Finale, “Jenna Elfman’s character finally revealed her real name,” which is “June.” reveals that the Midseason Finale “featured a nod to two famous The Walking Dead characters: the killed-off Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) and big-brained Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt).”

• For recaps and reviews of Season 4, Episode 8, “No One’s Gone,” check out Cinema Blend,, Den of Geek, Entertainment Weekly, Inverse, TV Fanatic, TV Guide, TVLine, Undead Walking and Uproxx.

Watch Season 4, Episode 8, “No One’s Gone,” on and AMC apps for mobile, Fire TV, Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku and Chromecast.

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