A theoretically exciting Maggie-and-Carol episode can’t help but feel like a rote diversion.
A brutal, efficient episode manages to make the wait for Negan bearable.
A quiet episode avoids overt missteps and continues the series’ recent sentimental streak.
A silly episode offers a welcome tonal shift, but not much else.
A cataclysmic episode spotlights a rare element for The Walking Dead: hope.
Part 2 of our first look at TV in 2016 looks at the most exciting series back for another round.
“Start to Finish” is essentially when the survivors of Alexandria have to finally stop and ask: Is this place really worth it?
Since the premiere of The Walking Dead in 2010, various showrunners who’ve adapted the Robert Kirkman comic book, from Frank Darabont to Scott Gimple, have offered their own contributions in the form of original characters. The Walking Dead has strayed considerably from its source material since its premiere, and the writers have offered new characters …
The wheel keeps spinning and history just keeps repeating itself. Much like Rick in “Days Gone Bye,” Glenn Rhee is pinned down under a horde, forced to watch a pal be consumed.
I understand what the producers wanted with this episode, in that they stop the entire momentum of the first few installments in order to soothe viewers into a calmer, more complex storyline, but “Here is Here” is definitely this season’s “Slabtown.”
“Thank you” is one of the most emotionally exhausting episodes of The Walking Dead in a while. Not since “The Grove” and “Too Far Gone” have I sat completely tensed from head to toe.
We now know that while Rick’s methods have been cruel in some respects, his way works, and works hard. I say that because, while the Alexandrians are out planning to overthrow him, the Wolves invade and slaughter about twenty five percent of the village.
One thing that you have to love about The Walking Dead is that every season there’s a new stake and a higher cost to consider for our survivors.
‘The Walking Dead’ universe expands with the first episode of the new webseries ‘Fear the Walking Dead Flight 462’
While AMC has gained a reputation for series such as Better Call Saul and Halt and Catch Fire, their zombie survival drama The Walking Dead continues to remain one of the channel’s most well-known and commercially successful shows. Based on the Robert Kirkman graphic novel series of the same name, AMC delved further into the …
With “The Good Man”, Fear The Walking Dead wraps up its first season, a decidedly mixed bag.
Good things come to those who wait. After four somewhat sluggish weeks, things finally get interesting on Fear The Walking Dead
The promise of the Fear The Walking Dead initially came at least partially from its use of foreshadowing. It told us for three weeks that the apocalypse was coming, and that if we held tight, we would get the thrill of watching Los Angeles fall. Instead, we get “Not Fade Away.”
Realism begins to set in tonight on Fear The Walking Dead. This hour, a mostly quiet one, sees the characters realize that their worlds are crumbling, and not just temporarily.
Fear the Walking Dead, Season 1, Episode 2, “So Close, Yet So Far” Written by Marco Ramirez Directed by Adam Davidson Airs Sundays at 9pm (ET) on AMC Fear the Walking Dead’s second episode sees a divide, of sorts. It is an episode that sees a world in collapse, and sees the main characters coming to …
The real appeal of Fear the Walking Dead is getting a look at how it all began. Instead of jumping into a world where everyone understands the rules, we get a look at characters who are forced into a world that is rapidly ending around them. Instead of a dead world, we get a dying one.
The season finale proves to be an entertaining hour, revealing Hobb’s true motivations for pursuing Synth consciousness while both Laura and Karen step up as Leo and his family try to free themselves from the predicament they ended up in last week.
How Karen gained consciousness and how she ended up where she is is the focus of this week’s episode, with a key character death and the interaction of Leo’s group with the Hawkins family resulting in an entertaining episode ahead of the season finale.