Fear the Walking Dead season 7 episode 14 release date

Seventh season of Afraid of the Walking Dead rapidly moving towards the final episode of the season. With four episodes remaining, the war for the Tower has yet to start. In last week’s episode, “Sonny Boy,” John Dorie Sr. (Keith Carradine) sacrifices himself to move baby Mo from the Tower to the safety of Morgan’s (Lennie James) care.

Keith Carradine as John Dorie Sr. – Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 7, Episode 12 – Photo Credit: Lauren “Lo” Smith/AMC

Throughout last week’s episode, Strand continued with his paranoid thoughts, which left him second-guessing everyone in the Tower, including Howard, who had always been loyal to him. When Mo disappears and several residents are found in possession of disapproved walkie-talkies, his paranoia grows. But, the worst is when the walkie is found among Howard’s belongings.

Viewers will find out that Dorie Sr. planting this for Strand to question Howard’s loyalty which allows him to step in and talk to Strand about how he’s running things. Dorie Sr. eventually throws Howard off the roof of the Tower to prove his loyalty to the Strand. But, he will regret this and then end the hero by turning his back on the Strand and taking his bargaining chip, baby Mo returns to Morgan, an act that will end in his death.

June and Grace are responsible for Mo’s disappearance and have planned to get him out of the Tower. Strand now uses them as a way to keep Morgan and the others away by threatening to kill them if Morgan returns.

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AMC will be broadcasting the next episode, “The Raft”, on Sunday, May 15th, at 9pm

Synopsis for this episode:

Morgan and Alicia planned their next move. Dwight and Sherry face the prospect of having to choose between their code and their safety.

Fear the Walking Dead season 7 episode 14

The next episode in season 7B is titled “Divine Providence” and will premiere on AMC+ on Sunday, May 15. This episode will air on AMC on Sunday, May 22, at 9 p.m. ET.

“Divine Providence” was written by Alex Delyle & David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick and directed by Ed Ornelas. Delyle and Johnson-McGoldrick wrote several Fear TWD episode and co-wrote “Ofelia” recently. Johnson-McGoldrick also wrote for walking dead, begins in season two with the episode “Chupacabra.” This episode marks Ornelas’ directorial debut on Walking Dead universe; before, he had worked on Grey’s Anatomy, Jane the Virgin and much more.

Synopsis for this episode:

As the battle for the Tower heats up, Alicia brings the fight to the Strand’s front door.

Maybe this episode will finally see the battle begin. Many viewers were unhappy that the mid-season premiere didn’t start with the war in full swing. Hopefully, things will develop in the final episode of season 7.

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