Fear the Walking Dead bosses on the rebooted Season 4: "This show constantly reinvents itself"
"We have multiple timelines over the course of the season," says Ian Goldberg, the new co-showrunner of The Walking Dead spinoff. "We're playing with the structure, depending on which story we're telling in the episode. What we find so exciting about telling stories across time is it allows for mystery and for finding characters in an emotional place and exploring how they came to be that way, and finding them in a very different emotional place in the flashback storyline — not only from a plot perspective of piecing it together, but also showing how people became who they are by charting them in the present and comparing it to where they've been in the past." ALSO: Lennie James on moving to Fear the Walking Dead.
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