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Season 4 Of 'Fear The Walking Dead' Likely Means An Upcoming Crossover With 'The Walking Dead'

By Collin Gossel

It's a beautiful day when fan theories become reality. That seems to be what's going to happen on the new season of AMC's Fear the Walking Dead. At the end of Season 3, the show hinted at the possibility of moving to Houston, Texas. The incoming showrunners, Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, have confirmed that will be the case. Not only does this leave the door open for a continuing conflict with Ray McKinnon's Proctor John, but it also suggests the opportunity to meet up once again with Michael Cudlitz's Abraham. 

In The Walking Dead, Eugene discovers Abraham just after he's killed the four men responsible for his wife's rape and his family has abandoned him. We learn that he's been holed up in Houston, taking shelter in a grocery store with friends for a significant amount of time. Is it so crazy to think we might encounter that grocery store if Fear the Walking Dead moves to Houston?