#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – Spin off series of The Walking Dead that portrays the beginning events of the zombie apocalypse in the West coast during the same time frame when the city of Atlanta was falling under attack, while Rick was in a coma at the local hospital. It shows how the strain was already in full effect in the south while it’s just starting in California. Plot: What did the world look like as it was transforming into the horrifying apocalypse depicted in “The Walking Dead”? This spin-off set in Los Angeles, following new characters as they face the beginning of the end of the world, will answer that question.
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I tried this TV-show because it’s connected to Walking Dead and people advised me. Watched 4 seasons & I can say, it’s quite boring comparing to Walking Dead which itself didn’t go well after several seasons and became like a cheap soap opera. When I was watching Walking Dead (First few seasons) I couldn’t wait for next episode, it was so interesting, I remember I watched whole season in one day, however with Fear the walking dead I never had such feeling, I didn’t care what was going to happen in next episode. Story is boring & slow, characters are stupid & another aggravating thing with this TV-show is that director likes to kill main characters left and right. In the middle of 4th season 4 main characters already got killed.
I thought this show was and is great but I think sometimes the writers get confused about what’s real and what the viewers would imagine what would be real if things were to happen today and being in LA, it gets confusing then slow like a lot of shows where they out of ideas that’s why they all slow their ???? down until they come up with a ???? storm or ✂️ the show short and give you a family!
A spin-off that takes to the start of the zombie apocalypse!
It’s a real shame that most people rate shows on a “0 or 10” scale. Most of the complaining I hear about this show stem from people wanting it to be more like TWD. If you’d like to see something that is not TWD, but exists in the same universe–I think that’s called a “spin-off”–then this show is that. Different places, different faces. Some of the characters make dumb choices, some are boring, and some are annoying. Viewers really seem to hate “realism” despite always screaming for it.
It’s not perfect. I could gripe about the things I don’t like, but they are minor when compared to the fact that I’m really enjoying watching how things progressed while Rick was in a coma. It offers nothing in the way of explaining the zombies (that’s a good thing), but is showing really well how panic and mobs of humans actually paved the way for zombies to swoop right in and eat everyone.
If you want to enjoy this show, turn off your silly expectations about it being like TWD, and just watch while convincingly-real and flawed humans deal with a fast-moving crisis that no one seems to understand. It’s easy for viewers to forget that these new characters don’t have years of experience in the zombie world, so it just looks like some weird virus that makes people crazy and hard to kill. 7/10
So this is where it begins (sort of)…
A few vague, scattered news reports of a strange viral outbreak. A few others about grisly killings in which the victims appeared to have been eaten. Martial law, mass chaos, and Panic In The Streets ensue…
And so this is how “The Walking Dead” begins, or should I say its new spin-off series, “Fear the Walking Dead”? “Fear the Walking Dead,” as has been indicated in previews, acts as a prequel of the events that lead up to “The Walking Dead” – including, presumably, the initial zombie outbreak – which premiered in 2010 and has since become a cultural phenomenon.
“Fear the Walking Dead” was created by Dave Erickson and Robert Kirkman, the latter of whom created the original “The Walking Dead” comic book series with Charlie Adlard and Tony Moore. “Fear the Walking Dead” centers largely around a dysfunctional family in Los Angeles before the initial zombie outbreak. The pilot episode begins unsettlingly enough, and serves as a calm before the storm. Here, we’re introduced to school teacher Madison Clark (Kim Dickens), her new husband who is also a teacher Travis Manawa (Cliff Curtis), and Madison’s heroin-addicted son Nick (Frank Dillane) and Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey).
In the background of this familial drama, a larger story unfolds in which reports of cannibalism and gruesome murders – believed to be the work of some as-of-yet unidentified viral epidemic that the government is in denial of – are taking place. Eventually, the Manawa-Clark family is drawn into the madness, too, as they bear witness to the events that we’re all familiar with in “The Walking Dead.”
I’ve already read a few lousy comments regarding how bad this show is and how unlikeable the characters are. I say, give it some time, and realize that we’re watching the beginning of “The Walking Dead,” and a lot is still unknown at this point about the zombie apocalypse. And we have to get used to a new cast of characters and their story of survival. But I also suspect that those viewers who are already lambasting “Fear the Walking Dead” are upset because there are far fewer frenetic action scenes, gore, and zombie killings (like what we’ve had five seasons to become accustomed to). I blame these negative comments on viewer laziness, above anything else.
“Fear the Walking Dead” is off to a great start. While this isn’t the true beginnings of the zombie apocalypse (seeing exactly where the zombie virus came from and how it was introduced into the human population will suffice there), it does give us an idea of what the world was like before the storm hit. I can’t wait for episode two.
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Original Title Fear the Walking Dead
Total Seasons 7
Released 23 Aug 2015
Release Year 2015–
Genre Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi
Writer Dave Erickson, Robert Kirkman
Actors Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane, Cliff Curtis
Country United States
Awards 2 wins & 22 nominations
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