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"What's Your Story?" breathes new life into Fear, taking its time to introduce new storylines and characters that will push the show into the wild, wild west.
So here we are, at the much anticipated crossover event between "The Walking Dead" and "Fear the Walking Dead," and it was a hell of a doozie.
What's Your Story might be a fluke by the time the season is done, but I'm intrigued enough to tune in to the next episode.
It's early yet, obviously, but there is immense potential to transform Fear into something more than just another zombie show set in a different part of the world.
Fear the Walking Dead has already set itself apart from its parent show by giving itself its own identity while maintaining the aspects of what drew us into this franchise to begin with: the characters.
With old faces, new faces, and a time jump, Fear the Walking Dead feels like it's been given a second life. If you've never watched it before, or quit some time ago, our season 4 premiere is a great time to jump back in.
I'm sure we'd all like to know why the Clark siblings and their friends are acting like desperadoes, and what this means for Morgan and his new pals. Whatever the answers, we're off to a good start.
Fear features more pathos, humour and character development in John's 3-minute intro than the original series has often managed across 8 whole seasons.
AMC has done the near-impossible and dug the series out of the grave and given it new life with the Season 4 premiere, and the way it did it was brilliant.
If it wasn't clear to you that it's a brand new day on Fear the Walking Dead yet, this premiere made it crystal.
Rather than making the spin-off feel unnecessarily redundant, Morgan's introduction to Fear the Walking Dead has ushered in a new era for the spin-off-and possibly its best season yet.