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"The Wrong Side of Where You Are Now"
Series Fear the Walking Dead
Season 4, Episode 7
TWD S4E6
Airdate June 3rd, 2018
Writer Melissa Scrivner Love
Director Sarah Boyd
Producer Christian Agypt; David Alpert; Kate Barnow; Brian Buckner; Pablo Cruz; Adam Davidson; Dave Erickson; Luisa Gomez de Silva; Gale Anne Hurd; Avram Butch Kaplan; Robert Kirkman; Brett C. Leonard; Greg Nicotero; Alan Page; Kenneth Requa; Arturo Sampson; David Wiener
Starring Kim Dickens; Frank Dillane; Alycia Debnam-Carey; Maggie Grace; Colman Domingo; Danay Garcia; Garret Dillahunt; Jenna Elfman;Lennie James;
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"The Wrong Side of Where You Are Now" is the seventh episode of season four of the survival horror television series Fear the Walking Dead, and the forty-forth episode of the series overall. The series is a prequel spin-off of the critically acclaimed program The Walking Dead and chronicles the stories of the first days of the zombie apocalypse. The episode was directed by Sarah Boyd with a script written by Melissa Scrivner Love. It first aired on AMC on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 at 9:00 pm.

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Kim Dickens Madison "Maddie" Clark
Frank Dillane Nick Clark
Alycia Debnam-Carey Alicia Clark
Maggie Grace Althea
Colman Domingo Victor Strand
Danay Garcia Luciana
Garret Dillahunt John Dorie
Jenna Elfman June
Lennie James Morgan Jones

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Kevin Zegers Melvin
Alexis Nisenson Charlie
Evan Gamble Ennis
Sebastian Sozzi Cole
Rhoda Griffis Vivian

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Jason Liebrecht Edgar
Kenneth Wayne Bradley Douglas
Tammie Baird Ingrid

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  • Based on the series of graphic novels by Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard.
  • This series is rated TV-MA. It contains strong language and graphic violence. Viewer discretion is advised.

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