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FEAR THE WALKING DEAD: Episode 2.3: Ouroboros: Trailer & Clip [AMC]

Michelle Ang Fear the Walking Dead Ouroboros

AMC‘s Fear the Walking Dead Ouroboros TV show trailer & clip. So, remember what I said, about pirates, zombie horde away missions, and an infusion of fresh, less frustrating characters, after the season 2 premiere? That would be a never mind, and a my bad, on my part. Buuut if at first you don’t succeed, and all of that….

Flight 462’s most disruptive passenger finally catches her connection to Fear the Walking Dead, and Abigail’s Away Team finally catches up on some zombie horde mashing, as a likely consequence. I’d say she’s  pulling her weight already.

If that isn’t enough, we seem to getting that much closer to a reveal of the agenda behind Strand’s (Colman Domingo) magnanimous cruise. Not that I’m all eager to find out what it is – I just want to see if it provides any insight on how long his character sticks around.

Of course, if anyone reading this caught on – that I provided no more reassurance about battling pirates, and all that – well, I sort of caught on that none was provided, and passed the savings on to you, the readers (call it a reading tax rebate).

‘Ouroboros’ also stars Cliff Curtis, Kim Dickens, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Frank Dillane, Lorenzo James Henrie, Mercedes Mason, Rubén Blades, Arturo del Puerto, Dan Donohue, Gary Kraus, Brendan Meyer, Regen Wilson, and Michelle Ang. It airs Sunday, Apr. 24, at 9:00pm EST, on AMC.

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