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'Fear The Walking Dead' Season 3: Madison Faces Coming Greater Evil End of the Road for Troy?

by Tania G.   Sep 11, 2017 19:11 PM EDT

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The second half of “Fear the Walking Dead” Season 3 premiered on Sunday, September 10, and as expected, the tension continued after its shocking midseason finale. It’s only the start, however, since Madison and her group will be facing a challenge they have not seen before deeper in the season.

The “Fear the Walking Dead” return kicked off with the Black Hat Reservation failing to integrate into Brokejaw Ranch. This was because of Troy’s (Daniel Sharman) decision to stage a protest with Nick as hostage in his late father’s house.

Troy was later subdued and shockingly ordered banished from the ranch by Madison (Kim Dickens). Will this be the end for Troy in “Fear the Walking Dead?” EP Dave Erickson doesn’t think so reports Digital Spy.

Erickson believes that Madison’s decision really went against her nature of the true and brutal killer she has become. It may come back “to bite her on the ass” which could mean that there will be more of Troy in future “Fear the Walking Dead” episodes.

Meanwhile, a new threat will be coming Madison and her group’s way. Erickson revealed that a new character is coming later in the season that "represents a greater danger and evil than anybody we've met to this point."

According to Erickson, dealing with Jeremiah Otto (Dayton Callie) will be like a walk in the park compared to the new villain of “Fear the Walking Dead.” According to ScreenRant, it is likely that the show is hoping that the new character will have quite an impact like Negan, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, in the mother series, “The Walking Dead.”

The EP also teased that the “Fear the Walking Dead” characters will have the opportunity to be united in fighting against the new challenge. The new big bad will be the one to make that happen.

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