Review: Fear The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 7 “The Unveiling”

Though it takes its time to rev up, relying heavily upon strategic dialogue, political manoeuvres and reinforcing character relationships, the end result solidifies many arcs and clarifies positions. Madison’s development into a person of action over speech and debate is significantly interesting, a rather large, but well constructed, change from her previous life. Furthermore, while Nick remains almost in a stagnated role of being a goon or thug with more momentary offshoots of interest, Alicia continues her successful arc from last season, becoming more confident and strong-willed, something which will hopefully be reflected in her ability to stand up to her mother. The ending here is also extremely powerful, leaving a number of stories on the edge with a great cliffhanger. 8.5/10

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