Watch the shocking midseason death scene from Fear the Walking Dead

The most shocking scene from the Fear the Walking Dead season 6 midseason premiere is now available online, with the death of a major character.

WARNING: This article contains spoilers for “The Door”, season 6, episode 8 of Fear the walking dead.

After a pause, Fear the walking dead is back for the second half of its sixth season. The mid-season premiere began with the death of a fan-favorite character, which fans can now watch online.

When John Dorie from Fear the Walking Dead approached Dakota after learning that she was the one who murdered Cameron, the young woman pulled out a revolver. Despite John lowering his own weapons and trying to dissuade her, Dakota shot John in cold blood and pushed his mortally wounded victim off the bridge they were standing on, into the rough waters below.

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John’s death was confirmed at the end of the episode, and his wife June discovered that he had risen as a walker, forcing her to leave her undead husband forever. John’s death served as an emotional reminder of the cost of violently toppling the villainous Virginia, and that none of the main characters are safe.

Series showrunners Ian Goldberg and Andrew Chambliss revealed that without John moving forward, the surviving characters would no longer have their moral compass as the war against Virginia escalated. And since Morgan is also aware that Dakota is Cameron’s killer, a reckoning may be looming.

Fear the walking dead stars Lennie James, Rubén Blades, Colman Domingo, Danay García, Maggie Grace, Garret Dillahunt, Jenna Elfman, Alexa Nisenson, Karen David, Austin Amelio, Mo Collins, Zoe Colletti, and Christine Evangelista. New episodes air Sundays at 9 pm ET / 8 pm CT on AMC.

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