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FEAR THE WALKING DEAD: Season 2.6: Sicut Cervus: Trailer & Clip [AMC]

Fear the Walking Dead Sicut Cervus

AMC‘s Fear the Walking Dead Sicut Cervus trailer & clip. What, we’re out of pirate waters already? Fine, on to the next thing – oh… corrupt border guards & Mexican Cartels, I guess.

At least Strand (Colman Domingo) & Luis (Arturo del Puerto) seem to be running the show – with Daniel (Rubén Blades) keeping an eye on the rest – so that’s gotta count for something.

On the other hand, Maddie (Kim Dickens) doesn’t always do well under pressure, and the kids can be realiably unreliable, when the plot calls for it; so when Strand’s rendezvous results in the liabilities having to hide below deck, we get to see how the post-pirate plot-drivers deal with this latest pressure cooker.

Likely not to be of much help: the fact that Abigail won’t be the only vessel with unexpected extras to the crew. When the smugglers of Human cargo are meant to be smuggled Human cargo, themselves, complication means an unfamiliar face overseeing the process everyone was meant to be smuggled past.

Sure, some of the greatest complications come with the simplest of solutions (like Daniel); but Maddie & co. can simply be complicatedly simple minded, when need be.

‘Sicut Cervus’ also stars Cliff Curtis, Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Lorenzo James Henrie, Mercedes Mason, Marlene Forte, and Michelle Ang. It airs Sunday, May 15, at 9:00pm EST, on AMC.

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