Seemingly in a rush to create violent conflict, the writers push numerous characters to unrealistic extremes at the season's halfway point.
"Fear The Walking Dead's" parent show looms a little too heavily over tonight's episode, which features a character reminiscent of Hershel Greene.
The "Walking Dead" spinoff recalls the early episodes of "Lost" with an effective flashback that gives more weight to the present.
Despite hitting beats we've already seen on "The Walking Dead," tonight's episode stands apart thanks to a drastic uptick in action.
"Fear the Walking Dead" Recap: "We All Fall Down" Elevates a Standard Apocalypse Story With An Appreciation for the Planet
We've met plenty of survivors similar to tonight's guest stars before, but their well-acted respect for Mother Earth is refreshing
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 actress spoke with CBR News about taking her character to sea in Season Two, where she'll tangle with both zombies and fellow survivors.
Josh Brolin teases the future of Marvel's Thanos; rumors posit "Thor: Ragnarok" or "Captain Marvel" could film in Australia and more.
COMIC REEL: Supergirl Meets Super Girl Scouts On Set; Barinholtz Talks Funny Side Of "Suicide Squad"
Melissa Benoist posed for pics with an Oklahoma Girl Scout troop; Ike Barinholtz drops a hint about his "Suicide Squad" character and more.
Character actress Kim Dickens discusses why she took a lead role in the AMC drama and the workout that comes with facing zombies.
An unverified set visit claims Blob will appear in the next X-film; Grant Gustin won the award for Choice TV Breakout Star and more.
Asa Butterfield, Chris O'Dowd, Terence Stamp, Judi Dench and Samuel L. Jackson star in Tim Burton's adaptation of the bestselling fantasy novel.
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.
A new "Carter" promo dives into Peggy's post-"First Avenger" mindset; Mike Colter will portray Cage in the Marvel Netflix series and more.
The "Gone Girl" actress will star alongside Cliff Curtis in the still untitled zombie drama.
Fox has released the trailer for the David Fincher thriller that premiered last night during the Emmys telecast.
Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike and Neil Patrick Harris star in the second trailer for director David Fincher's mystery-thriller.