Season 2, Episode 9: Los Muertos PLOT: Nick gets a crash course in how his new safe haven functions while his former companions scavenge a hotel. REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead's season 2 midseason premiere, Grotesque, ended on aShow More Summary
After the Nick show, we finally learn what has been going on with Strand, Madison, Alicia and Ofelia in this episode of Fear the Walking Dead, "Los Muertos." However, we still don't know where Travis and Chris are. Also, it turns out...Show More Summary
Fear The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 9 "Los Muertos" Review
Why do characters on Fear the Walking Dead always talk without saying anything substantial? Last week's episode was a blessing, since it was so light on dialogue. As a mostly self-contained narrative, it got viewers invested in the characters' dilemma rather than their individual beliefs. The same can't be said ... More »
There were a number of stunning images in Sunday's episode of Fear The Walking Dead, "Los Muertos," but one quick flash of skin from Alejandro (Paul Calderon) may have completely changed how zombies work in the Walking Dead universe....Show More Summary
"From death we come and to death we deliver ourselves"
Some of the survivors get drunk, while Nick plunges deep into an existential odyssey.
There’s no shortage of zombie-related media from which to draw a comparison, but as the story in Mexico develops this season on Fear The Walking Dead, I find myself thinking back to Roland Emmerich’s The Day After Tomorrow. There’s a...Show More Summary
Tonight's Fear the Walking Dead shifted the in part to focus on Madison, Strand, Alicia and Ophelia as they stumbled upon a potentially safe and secure new...
'Fear The Walking Dead' struggles to impress in Sunday night's episode, 'Los Muertos.'
If you've ever seen zombies pull people apart with their teeth on The Walking Dead and wondered, 'But what exactly is this biter's motive?' then you should consider a career as an NBC executive. According to Variety, Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd recently told a masterclass at the ... More »
The Walking Dead has been fortunate so far to have not directly leaked the identity of Negan’s kill from the Season 6 finale. That said, process of elimination has cleared at least few names off the list, while another Season 7 star seems to hint that they too were spared the wrath of Lucille. Continue reading…
It's interesting that rather than choosing to pick up an adaptation that would have been closer to Robert Kirkman's comic book series, they wanted to shape and mold the show into something more like Law and Order: The Walking Dead.
10 With Tom 10 questions i n 10 minutes Photo courtesy Daniel Newman Daniel Newman is best known for his TV roles on The Vampire Diaries, Heroes, Homeland, One Tree Hill, Drop Dead Diva, 7th Heaven and soon The Walking Dead. He was a Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and Louis Vuitton model when photographer Bruce Weber discovered him. Show More Summary
In the upcoming episode of Fear the Walking Dead titled “Los Muertos,” Nick will get into some trouble and will be beaten up by some of the survivors after he is caught stealing cupcakes. According to the AMC sneak peek for episode 9, Alycia is seen accompanying Ofelia as the duo continue searching the hotel rooms for food, […]
The return of “Fear the Walking Dead” came in at its lowest same-day rating ever, and it’s adding viewers at a somewhat slower pace in delayed viewing as well. The AMC show had the biggest adults 18-49 gain for the week of Aug. 15-21, growing by 0.9 points (1.6 to 2.5). That’s behind what “Fear” typically […]
The Walking Dead Season 7 will be airing in a few months. The AMC zombie apocalypse drama will be emotional and intense for viewers, but also satisfying, according to Michael Cudlitz. The actor recently spoke about the TV show and his character, Sgt. Show More Summary
You may have heard an old anecdote around The Walking Dead, that initial network notes for the undead drama questioned whether the series needed zombies at all, but it seems AMC’s flagship hit was practically almost iZombie. Producer Gale Ann Hurd reveals that NBC wanted to tweak the premise into a police procedural solving zombie-related cases. Continue reading…
Michael Cudlitz, who plays everyone's favorite swearing ginger Abraham, may have let slip what happens to his character.
An executive producer for The Walking Dead revealed that if NBC picked up the series instead of AMC, it might have become a procedural zombie crime drama, possibly without any actual zombies. Read more...