Fear The Walking Dead fans are used to surprises. This time it’s about the return of someone whom fans had assumed to be dead. We are talking about Daniel Salazar. Even the show’s creators are talking about his return on the show.
Daniel Salazar is Coming Back in Fear The Walking Dead Season 5
Since Season 3, the viewers haven’t seen Daniel Salazar and they miss him terribly. We last saw our dedicated hero hanging from the exploded dam’s edge on the show. Things didn’t look great for him. It only went downhill from there. He was shot by Victor Strand (Colman Domingo) after that.
The fans had to deal with all the ambiguity after that. The actor was seen staggering away. But the fans had hope that he would come back. In the upcoming season, we may see Daniel once again. The new trailer that released earlier this month also shed some light on it.
Fear the Walking Dead Season 5 Showrunner Expresses Amusement on Daniel’s Return
As the release date draws closer, the show’s bosses can’t help but talk about the shocking return of Daniel. Showrunner, Andrew Chambliss explained,
The other thing that is very interesting to us is what’s going to happen when he finds some of these characters who he knew during season three.
Daniel has the most explicit relationship with Victor Strand. Victor, on the other hand, has come a long way since he last saw Daniel. In the previous two seasons, we saw him striving to be a better person. But will Daniel listen to him? Will this stop him from taking revenge?
Daniel’s return will probably make the two of them question their own identities. How will the two get along during the apocalypse? The upcoming season will see the favorite characters in endless torment and terror. There is a lot in store for the fans in the upcoming season of Fear the Walking Dead.
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