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Season 4 Episode 8: No One's Gone

Aired: June 10, 2018


Synopsis: Madison's decision to help an adversary has unintended consequences. John Dorie's life hangs in the balance.

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If this subreddit was tasked with creating a season with the specific intention of upsetting the people that care about fear the most, then we'd basically put out exactly what Ian and Andrew have. I just don't understand how it was decided that Nick would die, Madison would die, Morgan would become the new lead, and June/Laura/Naomi would become the female lead and no one stopped to ask if how og fabs might feel about these changes.

It honestly feels like middle schoolers are running this show. Gimple gets a lot of hate here but I think it's very important that we remember that Ian Goldberg and Andrew Chambliss are responsible for a lot of what's going on right now. I don't know, I've just never seen an entire franchise crash and burn so suddenly. Such a waste.

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So I’m currently watching the show and it’s very entertaining and a great substitute for The Walking Dead since it was ruined. I’m on season 2 episode 6.

People on this subreddit seem extremely negative on the later seasons, yet it’s been received more positively than the first two critically. I understand it has something to do with Gimple but can someone fill me in on if I should be worried without spoilers?

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So I’m watching the trailer and the lady in the hat is Mo fucking Collins. Most people won’t know her but she is one of my all time favourite actor/comedian. She’s mostly known for being on MadTV which basically made me who I am today, I can’t explain how much I love that show.

If you haven’t seen her work I highly recommend it.

And also there seems to be quite a few new characters as well. All these signs seem to indicate that Colman and Alycia won’t be there much longer.

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It had a bit of a FTWD season 3 feeling, its what season 4 should have been like with the time jump imo

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So did Frank Dillane leave because of way the show is going? Or because he wanted to go back to London?

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BlbqwplBvz3/?taken-by=garretdillahunt

#BringBackMadison fans are speaking out! And Garret Dillahunt is not taking it well! LOL this is funny! Love the proud and brave fans

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I just finished season one and it was terrible. Is it even worth continuing?

With the main show, even when it was bad it was still enjoyable. Fear? It's just pure bad.

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Old characters take a back seat for new characters, extremely forced conflict, everything from previous seasons being forgotten, bad things that could've been avoid had someone not done something stupid, the amount of flashbacks.

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