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FEAR THE WALKING DEAD: Season 2.4: Blood in the Streets: Trailer & Clip [AMC]

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AMC‘s Fear the Walking Dead Blood in the Streets trailer & clip. Well, Strand (Colman Domingo) took a stand, last episode, and it looks like he may be about to pay the ferryman for it.

However mad Maddie (Kim Dickens) may have felt, about Strand cutting their latest humane charity case loose, she didn’t have a gun, with which to register her displeasure with Strand’s stewardship. Daniel (Rubén Blades), however, does. Looks like the Quickening moment came quicker than I had feared, as there may be only one competent character left standing, after this round of debate drama resolves itself.

More grown ups with guns, being added to the mix, likely won’t ease tensions.

Not to be outdone by grown ups reasoning with ballistic weapons, it seems like Nick (Frank Dillane) is out to add a new context to wash-up – creeping ashore, classic Navy frogman style, to intrude on what looks like a secure beach front encampment. Somehow, he never seems this adept, when he uses his powers for good. He finds trouble, of course, because what else would Nick be up to, other than a Nick-up.

‘Blood in the Streets’ also stars Cliff Curtis, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Lorenzo James Henrie, Mercedes Mason, Josh Wingate, Arturo del Puerto, and Michelle Ang. It airs Sunday, May 1, at 9:00pm EST, on AMC.

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