Fear the Walking Dead is gearing up for its third season's production down in Baja, Mexico.
Fear the Walking Dead and The Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd shared a photo from nearby the set of Fear's third season as she head south of the border to kick it off. Clearly, Hurd doesn't know how to take a break, seeing as the winter months are the only time The Walking Dead is on a production hiatus and she is diving into overseeing the sibling series.
Fear the Walking Dead finished its second season with a strong back half of episodes. New characters and character evolutions strongly hooked fans as a border war is set to ensue when the show returns -- with one of the factions being lead by a female villain.
"I'm really looking forward to it, because you know what?" Luciana actress Danay Garcia said of Season 3's villain. "I honestly think that every time somebody makes somebody evil, the really truth is that they are really not that evil. They just have their reasons, that they're making decisions based on their own issues. If you really go down --deep, deep, deep down -- they're people that are just doing the best they can."
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The Walking Dead returns for its seventh season on February 12 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC. Fear the Walking Dead's third season does not yet have a premiere date but with The Walking Dead finale set for April 2, expectations for Fear's return are set for April 9. For complete coverage and insider info all season long, follow @BrandonDavisBD on Twitter.