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Fear the Walking Dead 2 Seasons

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3.6 out of 5 stars (159)

Set in a city where people come to escape, shield secrets, and bury their pasts, a mysterious outbreak threatens to disrupt what little stability high school guidance counselor Madison Clark and English teacher Travis Manawa have managed to assemble.

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Season 1
1. Pilot

A highly dysfunctional blended family is forced together when they realize a reported virus is actually the onset of the undead apocalypse.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Language: English Runtime: 1 hour, 4 minutes Release date: 23 August 2015
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2. So Close, Yet So Far

While Madison struggles to keep Nick from crippling withdrawal, Travis ventures out to find his son before the city of Los Angeles falls.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Language: English Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 30 August 2015
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3. The Dog

After escaping a violent riot, Travis, Liza and Chris seek refuge with the Salazar family. Meanwhile Madison defends her home.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Language: English Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: 13 September 2015
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4. Not Fade Away

Madison and Travis witness different sides of the National Guard's occupation of their neighborhood as our family tries to adapt to the new world.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Language: English Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: 20 September 2015
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5. Cobalt

The National Guard's plan for the neighborhood and its residents is revealed, forcing Travis and Madison to make a difficult decision.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Language: English Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: 27 September 2015
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6. The Good Man

As civil unrest continues to grow and the dead take over, Travis and Madison must explore new ways to protect their families.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Language: English Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: 4 October 2015
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Bonus: Fear The Walking Dead - Season 1: Trailer

Set in a city where people come to escape, shield secrets, and bury their pasts, a mysterious outbreak threatens to disrupt what little stability high school guidance counselor Madison Clark and English teacher Travis Manawa have managed to assemble.

Language: English Runtime: 1 minute Release date: 18 August 2016

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Network AMC Film Holdings LLC.
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I must admit at first I was sceptical as I wasn't even sure it was anything to do with the walking dead. Until I did more research and was pleasantly surprised to find out it's a prequel! I was over the moon but still ultimately thinking no way could it match the walking dead itself.. can it?

Maybe not quite as the start is a bit slow.. But it sure does get into it as the show goes on and by the last episode I was rooting for the main characters and still shocked at certain parts.. Even though I clearly know what happens and we know it doesn't turn out good.

People need to give this show the benefit of the doubt because like all prequels it has to start somewhere, and these were ordinary people already living their "ordinary" messed up lives.

I'm really hoping that they might do a tie in eventually with the walking dead, see if they survive.

Only thing I will say is bear mccreary should have done the theme tune to this as well, but the music isn't bad.
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Very enjoyable but short series. Glad it is finally available on Amazon Instant. Personally, I wish the series had taken longer to finally get into full zombie mode as it would have given us a little more time to get used to some of the characters before they end up being zombies, etc. Would have been also nice to have seen the start from a few different perspectives such as a newsroom or TV channel as well as from the Army perspective. Certainly did not find the show boring but it was definitely different from the WD series. Please bring on season 2.
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Personally I was pretty hooked! I know people are a bit dubious about this spin off or prequel, but I'd say just give it a go, it's only six episodes.
I'm a massive Walking Dead fan too and think that the original show itself generates a wide and varied audience due to it's dramatic portrayal of human survival (for example: my mum hates the Zombie genre, but absolutely loves The Walking Dead because it's based on people and the obstacles they have to face each and every day just to survive and try to rebuild civilisation). Fear The Walking Dead takes on a more traditional zombie route to begin with as we see the very beginning of the outbreak. But after only six episodes I can already say that there are characters that I care about in the show and want to see where they go in the next season. I think this is a fresh spin on The Walking Dead story, I'm not sure where it's going to go, whether it will take the same direction as the original show, but I'm willing to give it a chance and find out. If you like the whole zombie genre forget that it's meant to be linked to TWD, forget the comics and just give it a go as a show in its own right.
That's my two pence worth :-)
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Have watched all 7 seasons of WD and to the 'Walkers' out there I can see what they mean when they rate it as one.
But the world is not full of 'Walkers' &' Trekkies' & 'Dr Whoites and whatever the Star Wars clan are called and other such tribes who spend all their time looking for matches and comparisons to an original series. This is good viewing and after six episodes if definitely grips you and sets you up for a new. longer season.
If you are a 'normal' viewer - Give it a go and hopefully like me you'll enjoy it .. but please remember .. unlike some .. that it ain't real ;)
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Disappointing. Weak and unlikeable characters who behave unreasonably. The "blended" family set up is contrived and is more suited to a family drama than an action horror. No real need to focus so much on the drug addict (who isn't seen to take any drugs), similarly, the mother is a cold one and has few redeeming qualities. The "step father' is a total wimp, who is in complete denial, and therefore, useless to the family. The soldiers are GI Joe cliches - dumb and loud. Every character seems to have a bad attitude for no justifiable reason, yet no-one has any useful skills or knowledge that could help them survive.

Could have been better if the cast were more likeable, if the characters had better personalities and behaved more realistically, if there had been more (some!) zombie action, if the pace had been faster to keep the momentum of the original series, if there had been some direct reference to the events or characters of the original series, and if there had been some (any!) tension.

The Walking Dead is briliant, yet Fear the Walking Dead is not because there is nothing to fear - no walking dead around. No suspense, no danger, no risk, no purpose, and no point.

Watch FTWD as a warm up act to fill in the time waiting for the main event TWD if for no other reason than to really appreciate how good TWD series is.

SPOLIER!! As an example of the pointless nature of this show, in episode 5 the mother decides to cut a hole in the fence and venture out on her own - for no reason btw. Nothing happens. She goes back home and you are left wondering what the point was of setting her outside of the fence - no zombies whatsoever.
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So unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past six years or so, you’ll know all about the Walking Dead, and more specifically why it’s such a phenomenal success. It’s a compelling, well written, nail bitingly great show with some superb characters and storylines. But of course, the Walking Dead begins with a guy in a hospital, waking up to discover the world over run by the dead. How this came about, is the premise of this new show Fear the Walking dead, which centres on a small family, their friends and acquaintances enduring the transition from normal world to world at the mercy of an epidemic of the living dead. I was really excited by this idea, after all most classic zombie films kick off with the world already in turmoil (the exception probably being that brilliant and concise escalation of Shaun of the Dead). So the notion of a series, with the benefit of a much greater runtime, and greater narrative resource to bring about the subtleties of the story and characterisation and tension was an awesome prospect. But what we get is about as dire as you could have thought imaginable.

Firstly you’re hit with the most uninspired, unsympathetic, and basely stereotyped ensemble this side of a Cannon film. The divorced family, the father who can’t connect with his son from a previous marriage, the difficult ex-wife, the distant and aloof teenage daughter who won’t listen, etc, the sharp suited wheeler dealer black guy with a “plan”, the sinister European WW2 veteran, etc. And even those characters who at least offer some semblance of normality or originality (the drug addicted son, and school teacher wife) are so utterly banal and unlike-able that even the blundering dead have more personality. So this is the first problem, and it’s a question of investment.
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