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After sifting through the first two episodes of Season 2, it's clear taking to the ocean is the only change the writers were willing to make.
A not-at-all-bad new season, that also poses this new question - can walkers swim too?
Fear the Walking Dead is already doing a better job than the original of examining how civilization-rather than a small band of survivors-reacts to and evolves during the crisis.
Will Fear the Walking Dead simply become The Walking Dead: Left Coast? Thankfully - particularly given The Walking Dead's creatively bankrupt finale - no.
Like Fear the Walking Dead, it's too frustrating to be great, but too eccentric to be dismissed.
Fear the Walking Dead leaves fire: Los Angeles ablaze, fighter jets dropping bombs to no avail. It's awesome, in the classic, apocalyptic sense of the word.
There simply is no risk and not enough to keep viewers interested. [Full Review in Spanish]
The show's second season improves the spinoff (from more famous elder sibling The Walking Dead) in just about every respect... [Blu-ray]
The striking camerawork and offbeat location choices (boat, desert, hotel, etc) go a long way towards setting the show apart visually, though fans can rest easy that the gory moments are still as nasty and inventive as ever.
Sure, the name brand all but guarantees advertiser-friendly ratings -- but why bother if all we're getting is a soggier version of The Walking Dead?
The lost at sea premise should lead to a fascinating and fresh season, but its season premiere was anchored by more of the same frustrating and questionable character logic.
Audience Reviews for Fear the Walking Dead: Season 2
5d agoAnother good season starting with getting on a boat and ending up in Mexico and starting with conflicts between people that gets interesting as the season goes.
Apr 04, 2021Awesome and cool dude
Apr 03, 2021This show was really awesome bro
Apr 02, 2021Now that's was awesome
Mar 01, 2021The series continues at an excellent pace but without a doubt this Season had some flaws
Jan 09, 2021Essa é na minha opinião a pior temporada de fear
Oct 16, 2020was kinda good but as bad
Jul 28, 2020Now in stark contrast to the gold standard original series Walking Dead, this spin off lacks the soul and substance of the parent serial. The characters lack empathy and maturity, and act in very cold ways that are real turn offs. It's almost like a gallery of villain survivalists. Spoiler warnings - stop reading past this point if you did not see Season 1 Episode 6. --- you were warned --- I usually do not spill the beans on a set of characters but this group, Mr. Manawa and the gang are a bunch of despicable characters. After torture they extract unverified information that may not be a direct threat, yet they take a vicious series of actions. They abandon their neighbours to their fate, no warning no opportunity, and they waltz off to release a horde on a base of soldiers and refugees, with no concern for any innocents who might be destroyed in the wake of their sabotage. Such a horde was called a nuke by Michonne in Walking Dead season 9 - how the hell am I supposed to emphasize with these people after their act? Not only that, individually they are a bunch of insipid navel gazers who don't really rise up to sacrifice for each other, they are driven only by self-preservation instincts, a cornerstone of which is abandonment of loved ones and innocents. In addition, the actions of the US military are truly despicable. Knowing full well the infection is continent wide, they chose to abandon the population they swore to protect, and then to commit genocide on the same. This type of civilization deserves to collapse. I will continue to watch the series for horror and shock factor, but I might cheer when any of this motley bunch dies, unlike the gut punch sorrow of the loss of beloved characters in Walking Dead. --- end of rant ---
Apr 13, 2020FTWD season 2 was just ok. There were a couple of truly great episodes like "Monster", "Shiva", and "Grotesque". But after that not much else is to interesting. The rest of the season is just...ok. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't good ether. The writing at times seemed very lazy and the characters made very dumb decisions. Speaking of dumb characters, boy oh boy did I hate Chris. What an awful, no good, very bad, character. His death was very satisfying. Chris just ruined most of season 2 for me with his bratty attitude and total ignorance of make choices. Ugh. All told a season full of dumb characters and moments with some good moments of drama and zombies. But nothing else more. FTWD season 2 was just...ok not much else.
Jan 07, 2020Great I like it a lot