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"Fear The Walking Dead's" parent show looms a little too heavily over tonight's episode, which features a character reminiscent of Hershel Greene.
Alicia gets presented with a moral dilemma that would have been more convincing if "Fear The Walking Dead" had waited a few episodes.
The "Walking Dead" spinoff recalls the early episodes of "Lost" with an effective flashback that gives more weight to the present.
Although it's still early, AMC's zombie spinoff is already separating itself from its parent show with isolated conflict and a high-seas setting.
The only thing Alycia Debnam-Carey is certain of is that there's no sure thing when it comes to surviving the hit series' second season.
Alycia Debnam-Carey, Frank Dillane and Elizabeth Rodriguez realize their characters may not survive, but that's fine so long as they die a good death.
In a series of new photos, "Fear the Walking Dead" stars Kim Dickens, Cliff Curtis, Elizabeth Rodriguez and more get ready to flee.
"Fear the Walking Dead" showrunner Dave Erickson called the show "a family drama" and released a handful of new photos.
Alongside a handful of new photos, "Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman introduces some of the spinoff's main characters.
COMIC REEL: Wonder Woman Stands Tall In New "BvS" Promo Art; Delevingne Teases "Insane" "Suicide Squad"
Art shows off Gal Gadot's full Amazon suit; Cara Delevingne says "Suicide Squad" is the "best thing in the world" and more.
COMIC REEL: Gordon-Levitt Talks Working With Gaiman On "Sandman"; "Supergirl" Eyes Claire Holt For Lead
Joseph Gordon-Levitt aims to please the "Sandman" creator with his film; the "Vampire Diaries" actress may take flight as Kara and more.
The companion series to AMC's zombie drama has discovered its first survivors, providing some clues to the show's premise.