Fear the Walking Dead season 3 will be getting its highly anticipated blu-ray collection on March 3. Relive all of the action, as the Clarks find themselves in a whole new world — new settlements, enemies, and threats. Plus lots and lots of walkers.
The home entertainment release of season 3 features audio commentaries as well as deleted and extended scenes. Fear the Walking Dead season 3 will be available on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD for the suggested retail price of $44.99 and $39.98, respectively.
BLU-RAY / DVD SPECIAL FEATURES
Audio CommentariesDeleted & Extended Scenes
Below is a guide to each episode of Fear the Walking Dead season 3:
Fear the Walking Dead Season 3 Episodes
Here’s where we’ll compile official synopses, and reviews as they become available. Click the titles to go to the full reviews.
The Clark family find themselves in a dire predicament. They must work together to discover a path to safety.
Adam Bernstein directed the episode written by Dave Erickson.
Following a harrowing journey, the Clark family arrive at their new home. Strand faces resistance as he attempts to hold power over his domain.
Stefan Schwartz directed the episode written by Mark Richard.
Still finding their place, Alicia and Nick fall in with new crowds while Madison discovers Otto’s past mimics that of her own.
Deborah Chow directed the episode written by Ryan Scott.
A mysterious character searches for purpose and soon becomes tied to the struggle over a key resource in the apocalypse.
Alex Garcia Lopez directed the episode written by Alan Page.
A new threat reveals itself to Madison and Troy as they search for answers. Alicia must reconcile with her past decisions.
Daniel Stamm directed the episode written by Suzanne Heathcote.
News of incoming danger spreads throughout the community as Madison struggles to keep everyone together. Nick grapples with a hard truth.
Courtney Hunt directed the episode written by Wes Brown.
A new arrival sows a divide within the ranch. Meanwhile, Alicia forms a new relationship in the hopes of maintaining peace.
Jeremy Webb directed the episode by Mark Richard.
Madison must negotiate the terms of an agreement in the midst of ranch-wide turmoil. Nick and Alicia challenge their mother’s motives.
Andrew Bernstein directed the episode by Jami O’Brien.
In the aftermath of the Clark family’s actions, new leadership assumes control of the Ranch. Daniel assists Lola in the distribution of water.
Stefan Schwartz directed the episode written by Dave Erickson & Mike Zunic.
With the Ranch dangerously low on resources, Madison and Walker leave in search of a solution. Nick and Alicia struggle to keep the peace.
Paco Cabezas directed the episode written by Ryan Scott.
Following the rekindling of an old friendship, a mission is launched to replenish the Ranch’s water supply by seeking the help of another community.
Josef Wladyka directed the episode written by Mark Richard & Lauren Signorino.
As Nick and Jake set out to handle a delicate situation, the Ranch prepares for a threat greater than any they’ve faced before.
Alrick Riley directed the episode written by Mark Richard & Lauren Signorino.
Alicia is thrust into a position of leadership where she’s forced to make life-changing decisions.
Meera Menon directed the episode written by Suzanne Heathcote.
Alicia encounters a potential ally; Ofelia fights for survival; Nick uses his skill set for profit.
Stefan Schwartz directed the episode written by Alan Page.
Strand’s motives are made clear when Nick discovers a new threat descending on the dam; Madison faces a horrifying revelation.
Andrew Bernstein directed the episode written by Jami O’Brien.
Strand’s loyalty is tested when the dam clashes with an adversary. The Clark family is pushed to new extremes as Madison reckons with her past.
Andrew Bernstein directed the episode written by Dave Erickson and Mark Richard.