The following interview contains major spoilers for the finale. Please watch it before reading.
Tonight the two-part finale of Fear the Walking Dead aired
on AMC and AMC Plus. Last week, June (Jenna Elfman), Dwight (Austin Amelio), and Sherry (Christine Evangelista) planned to hand Tracy (Antonella Rose) over to her father (Daniel Sharman), but Strand (Coleman Domingo) messed up their plans. Through the course of the episode, Madison (Kim Dickens) realized that Tracy was lying about knowing where Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) was, and by the end of the episode, Madison went off on her own to stop Troy Otto (Daniel Sharman) and hopefully find out the truth of what happened to her daughter. The finale, which picks up there, follows Madison as she continues her mission to find the truth, which ends in a shocking revelation that fans won’t see coming.
Recently, Dickens and Elfman spoke with the press about the finale episode, and specifically to SciFi Vision, about what they would love to see for their characters if they ever were to return to the franchise, as well as the defining moments that fundamentally changed their characters for the better.