The Walking Dead has long overstayed its welcome as a pop culture staple, but like a zombie, it’s back from the dead with Daryl Dixon. The new spinoff show serves as a needed franchise reset.
The midseason finale of ‘The Walking Dead’ season nine restores the series to its old pedestal by leaping forward in time and establishing a new plot in the apocalyptic show.
The power of fictional television to reveal personal attitudes certainly has a place in the minds of viewers of even the most fantastical programs.
The second half of season seven of AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’ premiered as a fast-paced action-filled episode in stark contrast to the first half of the season.
With tigers and sadists abound, the character of ‘The Walking Dead’ cannot seem to catch a break. As their ranks are splintered and their blood spilled, one thing is certain, this TV series is not going away anytime soon.
As the monolithic ‘Walking Dead’ series concludes its sixth season, some fans are left wondering if the producers of the show are tacitly replacing storytelling with cheap tricks and narrative gimmicks.
Everyone want to talk about the latest happenings on TV’s most popular shows, but some fiends decide to spoil the fun for everyone else.
‘Fear the Walking Dead’ is engaging in ways its popular predecessor has never been. But can the journey to martial law be as fun as the destination?