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Last Sunday, Fear the Walking Dead have audiences a glimpse into one family’s life before the dead rose and devoured the world, but one major element of that familial unit didn’t sign on for the show.
This early in the life of Fear the Walking Dead, AMC doesn’t really have to fall back on gimmicks in order to bring in viewers, but they’ve got a nutso idea for how to not only keep audiences interested in the L.A.-based drama in the off-season.
If you’re a fan of both The Walking Dead TV show and the comic book series, there’s a damned good chance you’ve spent a fair amount of time pondering the changes that were made from the page to the screen. And one of the biggest alterations involves the character Andrea.
As The Walking Dead further explores the Alexandria Safe Zone and the areas surrounding it, audiences will get to meet several new characters in Season 6. Some newcomers will be exclusive to the TV show, and others, like this latest addition, will come straight from the pages of the comic book.
Initially, the premise of a prequel to The Walking Dead sounded like it might reveal many of the series’ basic mysteries, but we seem to continually be left with more questions than answers. We may never know the why or the how of the zombie outbreak, but the eagle-eyed may have just figured out the when.
As a spinoff/companion series to one of the most popular shows on TV, Fear the Walking Dead had the potential to bring in The Walking Dead’s massive built-in audience. And holy shit, it did just that, and has already set cable ratings records.
Although Bob Odenkirk stars on both Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, he’s not exactly playing the same character, and that was cause for concern for co-creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, as they thought viewers would only want to see Saul Goodman.
Set in Los Angeles when Rick Grimes was stuck in a coma on The Walking Dead, Fear will give us insights into how humanity began to lose its footing. However, this week, showrunner Dave Erickson revealed there’s one thing the series won’t show us.
As a spinoff to the ridiculously successful AMC series The Walking Dead, the companion spinoff Fear the Walking Dead will draw immediate and obvious comparisons, and some will try to point out that this show moves slower than its predecessor. But it doesn't.
By the time The Boondocks Saints II came out in 2009, it seemed like Norman Reedus might not find another part that enraptured fans in the same way. Then along came The Walking Dead. And why did Reedus go with the unproven zombie drama above anything else?
We know about the Los Angeles location and the families the show will follow. This morning, however, AMC released the first 3-minutes from the drama, which features carnage, a creepy church and some of the first walkers, ever. You can check it out.
One has to wonder what it’s like to be Norman Reedus, an actor whose fan favorite character Daryl Dixon from The Walking Dead has been the subject of more death theories and rumors than the other 99% of TV characters out there. Here we go again.
One of the most popular entries in the history of the zombie horror genre, The Walking Dead has a lot of reference points to draw from. Last season, the show paid homage to one of the greatest zombie works in pop culture, Edgar Wright’s Shaun of the Dead.
The Walking Dead's effects maestro Greg Nicotero has said for years that the crew is interested in delivering a more subtle evolution of decomposition in the walker population from season to season. So we've rounded up images that exemplify their efforts, leaving out those with obvious physical injuries.
Nobody ever said that trying to live a normal life among walkers in a zombie apocalypse would be easy, and it certainly hasn’t been for the survivors on The Walking Dead. When the show returns later this year for Season 6, fans should be anticipating something quite different.