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‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Spoilers For June 9, 2019 Season 5 Episode 2 Revealed

Hey, “Fear The Walking Dead” fans. We hope you guys enjoyed tonight’s premiere episode 1 of this new season 5. Now that it’s officially aired and in the history books, it’s time to take a look at a few things that will be featured in the next, new episode 2.

The very nice folks over at AMC were so very kind enough to offer up a few teaser descriptions for episode 2. So, that’s what we’ll be referencing for this spoiler session.

To get things started, AMC revealed that episode 2 is officially entitled, “The Hurt That Will Happen.” Now that doesn’t sound quite as positive as the “We’re here to help” title that was given to the premiere episode 1. And we’re about to find out why.

It sounds like episode 2 will feature some very serious, interesting and possible action-filled scenes as Alicia and Morgan find out about a new threat! Somebody goes missing! Victor Strand makes contact and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the new threat situation. It turns out that Alicia and Morgan will indeed run into a new survivor in this new, uncharted territory.

However, they will also find that there is a seriously dangerous new walker threat that’s on the loose! AMC’s official description tells us, “Morgan and Alicia meet a survivor and learn of a grave new walker threat.”

What will this new walker threat turn out to be? That is the major question for this particular plotline. We’ll definitely have to wait to find out because that’s all the info AMC was willing to dish out.

However, there is a slight possibility we could find out more when AMC releases their new preview clips later on tonight. If there is some new intel in them, we’ll definitely update this post.

The second spoiler scoop reveals that Alicia and Morgan’s new mission will certainly get tested in this episode because someone is about to turn up missing! AMC’s description tells us, “The mission is put to the test when one of their own goes missing.”

Who will turn up missing? Will this person get tracked down? Those are some big questions for this particular storyline. It certainly sounds like it will provide some interesting enough scenes.

However, the level of interest will depend on who goes missing. If it’s someone we don’t really care about, obviously that person could pretty much stay missing, and we wouldn’t give it much thought.

Lastly, we have this very short, third spoiler teaser which indicates that we will see Victor Strand on the scene at some point, making some sort of contact. AMC’s description tells us, “Elsewhere, Strand makes contact.”

Where is elsewhere? And who in the hell is Victor going to make contact with? Those are some important questions for this particular situation. If it’s the scene that we saw in the season 5 trailer, it will most likely be Daniel that Victor makes contact with.

It’s a pretty funny scene. Victor is seen trying to talk and talk and talk his way out getting a bullet shot in him. Afterwards, it shows Daniel pointing a gun at Victor and telling him, “You still talk too much, Victor.”

Again, we’re not for sure if this storyline will feature that same scene, but we really do think it is. We’ll have to wait and see to be sure. Whatever it turns out to be, it sounds like it could give us some more interesting scenes.

AMC also confirmed that episode 2 is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night, June 9, 2019 at approximately 8 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “Fear The Walking Dead” report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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