It’s probably too soon to tell for sure, and I wouldn’t put it past the show’s writers to ret-con a BS explanation later to get out of it, but Fear the Walking Dead appears to have done something pretty shocking this week.
Complaining about realism or plausibility in a TV show about zombies is always a dicey proposition, but this week’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead has quite a bit of eye-rolling silliness.
Zombie rock climbers? That’s a new one. Fear the Walking Dead sets aside most of the main cast this week to finally tell us what happened to Althea (Maggie Grace). The answer is surprisingly interesting, even if you don’t typicall...
I guess Fear the Walking Dead wasn’t done with Rubén Blades yet after all. The actor returns for a second appearance this week. Another thing the show apparently isn’t done with: ridiculous action set-pieces.
One of the changes that came with last season’s quasi-reboot was to give Fear the Walking Dead a strong Western vibe. The show very nearly makes that literal this week by taking the characters to the Old West… in a manner of speak...
If HBO’s Chernobyl miniseries didn’t already put a mortal terror of nuclear radiation contamination into you, Fear the Walking Dead ups the ante by adding zombies to a reactor meltdown scenario.
Last season’s semi-reboot of Fear the Walking Dead started off with what seemed to be a lot of promise, only to turn frustrating and dumb as it went, leading to a very disappointing finale. Now the show is back for a fifth season ...
Nine years have passed in the real world, but it took this long for The Walking Dead to answer a fairly basic question: What happens to zombies when winter comes around, water freezes, and snow starts falling?
The Kingdom kicks off its big fair and everything goes swimmingly. It’s all sunshine and smiles on a pretty uneventful episode of The Walking Dead this week… at least, as far as I can tell from my DVR recording.
Nine seasons in, The Walking Dead seemed to have lost most of its power to shock a long time ago. As it turns out, however, the show is still capable of surprising and even disturbing its jaded viewers.
In contrast to its typically sluggish pace, The Walking Dead has a pretty eventful week this time out. The latest episode juggles three major storylines, and interesting things happen in at least two of them.
It looks like the rest of The Walking Dead this season is essentially going to be a countdown clock ticking off the time until Henry dies. Can we speed that up and make it happen in the next episode? Please?