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Wow! Truly this is and will always be the best season of The Walking Dead. Everything about it was truly amazing. The storyline of the prison and Rick vs the terrifying new villain called The Governor was scary, eventful, horrifying, and utterly amazing. Speaking of The Governor actor David Morrissey did a AMAZING job playing the scary one eyed man. This is what a true villain and threat is. Other TV shows should look at this villain and take notes. Beyond that we get more great character moments with Daryl and newcomer Michonne and the return of Merel who was great this season. Everything was great about this season. The characters (except Andrea ), the writing, the tension, the blood and gore, the gun fights, just everything. I loved the fact that they also killed off Lori and T-Dog in the 4th episode of 16. That was a crazy moment but totally worth it. Seeing Rick morn about his wife was so interesting to. Just everything about season 3 was great. Twists and shocking events (like the Governor keeping his dead zombie daughter in a cage) keep the city fresh and eventful. I just loved everything about season three and I suggest you watch it. Trust me you won't be disappointed.
I didn't hate The Walking Dead season 2 as much as everyone else did. But I will admit it was not as good as its first season. What I did like about season 2 was The character drama. Watching Shane lose his mind over Lori and Carl was fantastic. John Bernthal did a great job of portraying that character. Shane and Rick's feud was the highlight of the season. It always kept me wondering what was Rick going to do about Shane or what was Shane going to do. I also really liked Daryl this season. We got to see what a bad ass he was. A hunter, tracker, and total savage he was. New characters like Hershel and Maggie were also great. What everyone was so upset about with this season was the farm. I didn't hate the farm storyline and I don't think everyone else hated it either. It's just it got really boring at times. There were some great moments on the farm like the walker in the water well. Also the walkers stashed away in the barn was also a great moment on the farm. And so was Sophia‘s surprising death. But other than that the farm was admittedly very boring. Either way though we did get a great send off to the farm with a hoard of walkers overrunning it. Like I said before, season 2 of The Walking Dead was not bad but it wasn't as good as season 1. There were some truly great character moments and drama and some surprising tension and shocking twists. But what dragged this season down was the farm itself. The group was there just too long. Regardless though this wasn't bad television nor was it a bad season. It just got boring at times, but it would pick right back up within an episode or two. I liked the season a lot just not as much as I did season 1.
Wow! What a great inaugural season and a great way to start off a good show. This is a story of former sheriffs deputy Rick Grimes as he try's to find/protect his family and others form the harsh new world. The new world is full of the undead zombies who will eat you alive. You also must watch out for people to as they have gone totally crazy. All society is lost and Rick and his family must survive in this harsh new world. Like I said before this is a great first season. It has great characters and a great story. It is full of tension and character drama. Also the cast is great. Andrew Lincoln portrays Rick perfectly. All told this is just a great first season. The gore and blood is shocking but very interesting. The show keeps you hooked and thinking. You will have many questions like, "how did this apocalypse start?" or "will Rick and co make out alive?". But questions like this will make you keep coming back to the show. Great writing, great acting, a great story, just a really good first season overall I highly recommend you watch it. The only complaint I have is that it was too short. Season one only has 6 episodes. I would've liked to at least see 9 or more episodes. But oh well what can you do? The Walking Dead season one is very good and I suggest you watch.
I actually like the first season of FTWD. Unlike TWD, we the audience get to see a glimpse into what the downfall of civilization and the world looked like pre apocalypse. It was quite chaotic and eventful. Full of tension and drama. However I did feel like at times the whole season felt very rushed. Of course thats what happens when you only have six episodes in the first season. Perhaps if the show had 8 or 9 episodes in the first season we might of gotten better characters moments and more zombie action. Again I did like this season, but I also didn't love it. The characters at times made very bad decisions and that is because the writing was bad to begin with. I felt we could have done with more character backstory and bonding. There also should have been WAY more zombies and gore. It just seemed liked what season 1 of FTWD was missing was more. More episodes, more gore and blood, more zombies, more character moments, more everything. One thing that was truly great about this season though was Nick. Actor Frank Dillane did a masterful job with this character. I don't think season 1 would have been good at all if it wasn't for Nick. He was a great character this season who adapted very well to the harsh new world and I enjoyed him quite much. All told, the inaugural season of Fear was not bad, but it certainly wasn't great. It was just...ok.
FTWD 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.
Season 3 of FTWD is pretty good. It's a refreshing thing to because the past two seasons where just...ok at best. Season three of Fear The Walking Dead starts off great by giving Travis some great character development. We get some pretty bloody and gruesome scenes throughout the season and also some great characters bonding moments. I loved Troy and Madison's relationship and while some where ticked on what Madison did to him, I found it strangely...amazing. A great season story with true tension and shocking twists is what most of season 3 consists of. Every character grows in some way or another and that was refreshing to see. I truly loved Madison and Nick this season as they turned into total savages. This was definitely the best season so far. The writing was great and so was the character dialogue. Everything about season 3 was great. The only thing I didn't like was Travis's way to early death. I'm not saying they shouldn't have killed Travis off (I actually liked this decision because it is very shocking) I'm just saying they should have done so later on in the season. Like maybe in The Mid season Premiere or episode 11 or something. But not in the season premiere. Either way though what's done is done and season 3 was still great. I suggest you watch it.
FTWD season 4 started off VERY strong and good. The first 5 to 7 episodes where amazing with great zombie moments and character drama. The new villains of the Vultures seemed like they might actually be very interesting. Then by the mid season finale, the show that had such great promise, just fell apart. Mainly because the showrunners made the idiotic decision to kill off lead character Madison Clark. She was like the Rick Grimes of FTWD and to kill her off just like THAT was just...awful. It also didn't help that Nick got killed off to but his actor, (Frank Dillane) wanted to leave so I can understand that decision a little bit more (but not much). But after Madison's death the back half of season 4 was a complete and utter mess. No real story, no direction, and a ridiculous villain in Martha. The first 7 episodes of season 4 were decent but after Madison's death the next 9 episodes where just absolutely horrible. The show turned into Morgan and friends. What a shame. All told season 4 had a decent start but finished totally flat because the showrunners killed off two characters that should have never been killed off.
What an absolutely atrocious season and embarrassment to the Dead franchise. This season was nothing more than Morgan and friends. No plot, no real story, no threats, no real villain, no character drama, no nothing. Just a bunch of walking around talking about feelings and helping people or something. I will say again like in my past review, the discussion to kill off lead character Madison was the most idiotic thing the showrunners could have done. With out her the show has no real voice or path. Ether they bring her back for season 6 or the showrunners should be out of a job. If season 6 is as bad as season 5 then the show should just really be canceled. Just awful TV this season was.