Fear the Walking Dead's cast continues to grow heading into its fourth season, with Kevin Zegers now nabbing a role.
The AMC series has moved production for its fourth season to Austin, Texas, where Zegers will join in a role which has all details being kept under wraps for now, reports Deadline. With Kim Dickens, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Frank Dillane, and Colman Domingo all confirmed to return, Zegers joins a core cast with a growing supporting group.
Zegers is best known for roles in Transamerica, Fifty Dead Men Walking, Dawn of the Dead, and Gossip Girl.
During its off-season, Fear the Walking Dead has also added LOST star Maggie Grace, 12 Years a Slave's Garret Dillahunt, and Dharma and Greg's Jenna Elfman. Not to mention, the series came into the spotlight when it was announced The Walking Dead's Morgan Jones actor Lennie James would join Season 4 to fulfill a crossover story.
Fear will also have a pair of new showrunners replacing Dave Erickson, as Ian Goldberg and Scott Chambliss join, along with The Walking Dead's showrunner Scott Gimple now serving as an executive producer.
"It just keeps raising the bar," Domingo said. "It's an opportunity for us to keep driving our narrative, shifting the characters, taking even bigger leaps forward and I think it's a nice passing of the baton. They're so versed in The Walking Dead universe, as well, but they understand how unique our show is. They also understand how unique our show is and the perspective, whether it's the color palette and the characters, and how to hopefully maintain that. I look forward to seeing where we go."