If you've been keeping up with The Walking Dead this year, you've probably noticed a short web series that has been premiering during the episodes.
That series is called Fear The Walking Dead: Passage, and it's been taking fans for a thrill ride all season long. At the midseason break, the show left everyone on the most exciting cliffhanger yet.
Stars Mishel Prada and Kelsey Scott took some time to chat with ComicBook.com this week, and they both teased that the action is only getting started.
Scott, who plays Sierra on the series, let us know that there was plenty of danger ahead.
"I think things just get a lot more dangerous. The stakes get a lot higher. You're right. She tripped over something. I don't think it's a secret that it's a tripwire. I think you can see that. You can see that onscreen, right? Okay."
Prada doubled down on that point, and really drove home the fact that danger will be a factor going forward.
"The first half really sets them us as characters in a relationship, and now we get to really see it gets a little exciting."
Part of that intensity will revolve around the character of Colton, who just came onto the scene in the recent episodes.
Colton, played by Michael Mosley, is becoming the antagonist of the series. He's the boyfriend of Gabi, and the guy is harboring plenty of secrets.
The entry of the new character shook things up, and Prada let us know that he's got some of the crazier scenes over the last few episodes.
"There were definitely lots of bruises and with Mike specifically. He's definitely very intense and menacing..." Mishel continued, "There's definitely a lot there. He's this border patrol guy in full survival mode. It was great."
Things are certainly picking up, as the tenth episode of Passage has just been released on AMC's website. There, you can find each episode that's been released so far, and it will only take a few minutes to get caught up with Sierra and Gabi's adventures.
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The Walking Dead returns for the rest of 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.0comments