Lisandra Tena, who played Lola in the third season of ‘Fear the Walking Dead,‘ feels that the show had “died” at the end of that season. Now, to be fair, the actress didn’t directly say that it “died” but retweeted a fan site who claimed that it had and that she agrees with it. You can make of that what you will, but it does seem to be the case where she’s lost interest in the new direction of the series.
Here is the original tweet and her reply:
Little goodbye message for our fam!
Thank you, everyone for the love and support! We love this account very much and that’s why this is the right time to say goodbye to it.
Sending lots of love to our FearFamily ❤️ pic.twitter.com/WjVqsI3VrS
— FearTWD Source (@FearSource) August 13, 2018
According to the Tweet, “It’s not a secret that we’ve been hating this crossover since the moment it was announced. We still chose to be here for the cast that we love so much, but after what they did to Kim we will no longer support ‘Fear,’” Following that up they continued by saying that “We love our [Original Gangsters] — Alycia [Debnam-Carey], Colman [Domingo] and also Danay [García] to death, but this account is called ‘FearSource’ for a reason, and since the show we loved so much died, the reason for us to keep running FS died with it.”
Tena retweeted this by writing “agreed” which seems to feel that is it.
As someone who has watched the show since the very beginning, I’m not sure if I can agree. The fact that Madison was killed off may have worked for the betterment of the series. She’s a great actress, and the character had a ton of potential, but the writers didn’t seem to know what to do with her.
Do you agree with Lisandra Tena that ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ “died” after the third season of the show? Is the new season catching your interest by introducing Morgan and mixing up the characters or have they killed off the characters which had you watching it in the first place? Share your thoughts below!
Source: Comic Book