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FEAR THE WALKING DEAD: Season 2.7: Shiva: Trailer & Clip [AMC]

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AMC‘s Fear the Walking Dead Shiva trailer & clip. The crew of the Abigail finds that their stay at Hershel’s Farm the Villa comes with all the bells & whistles that just screams ‘never get out of the boat.’

Non-avid church goer, Celia (Marlene Forte), looks set to do more than just let the dogs drop; and while this appears to mean a particularly rough time for seasoned cynic, Daniel (Rubén Blades), Nick (Frank Dillane) may actually be justifying Maddie’s (Kim Dickens) manic micro-managing, while an armed-and-at-large Chris (Lorenzo James Henrie) could be anybody – or everybody’s – problem.

Not that Strand (Colman Domingo) seems all that concerned about any of this. He may be preoccupied with something of a coping mechanism, for much of the episode.

At the moment, Maddie & Daniel have entirely different reasons for mistrusting Celia; but they’re both being driven by fear over the kids. The preview clip presents a scene too damning to be anything other than a nightmare, as Daniel finds that his efforts to get Ofelia (Mercedes Mason) out of harm’s way may be too late.

‘Shiva’ also stars Cliff Curtis, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Arturo del Puerto, and Michelle Ang (she keeps getting listed, so she’s bound to actually show up, sometime). It airs Sunday, May 22, at 9:00pm EST, on AMC.

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