Fear the Walking Dead season 6 spoilers: Lennie James teases new twists

Lennie JamesFear the Walking Dead season 6 is still coming to AMC — eventually, that is. Like most other scripted series there is an air of ambiguity out there, but we do think there’s going to be a chance to continue the story.

Hopefully, that also includes more opportunities to see Lennie James as Morgan. Season 5 ended in a way where the character’s life was very much in jeopardy, and it wasn’t 100% clear how they were going to get out of that situation. Even right now, nothing is 100% confirmed that the character is going to be alive. It’s just fair to assume so — why would the writers leave us on this cliffhanger forever? Also, why would Lennie talk about the show in the way that he does?

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For some more news about this at the moment, check out what the actor had to say in a new interview with Digital Spy:

“I’m really excited to see if [season 6] ever sees the light of day and we get to finish the season, and how it takes shape and takes flight … I can’t say very much about it because anything I say comes out as a spoiler.

“But what I will say is, it doesn’t necessarily go the way that everybody thinks it might go. They’re taking a real leap in the way they’re telling the story this time around.”

With this in mind, be prepared for there to be a number of different twists and turns you see over the course of the season — we don’t think it will be altogether linear, and there’s a chance that characters may undergo BIG transformations from start to finish.

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