I’ve accepted the fact that The Walking Dead Season 4 is pushing a plot driven story to the side and attempting to provide character-focused installments instead.
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Some really great, morbid stuff tonight in "The Grove" - from a script by showrunner Scott Gimple (who also wrote the stellar episodes “Clear” and “Save the Last One”). And to think, for the first twenty minutes or so, I sort of dreaded this being an all More »
Never a show known for subtlety, “The Grove” openly telegraphs its “shocking” resolution from the opening scene (where a tea kettle comes to boil in the foreground, while Lizzie frolics outside with a zombie), and pauses numerous times throughout to conte More »
The groups remained separated in "Alone" and even divided further. Check out 15 moments of desperation or hope from The Walking Dead . Read More...
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Why go on ? That’s the big existential question this show has grappled with in every season. The longer we peer into the miserable lives of these survivors, it’s one that’s increasingly tough to answer. Last week, Daryl and Beth spent a night sweat More »
When we last saw our survivors, Maggie was relieved to discover that Glenn was not among the bus walkers, but Bob and Sasha seemed a bit concerned about Maggie's state of mind. Beth and Daryl grew closer thanks to a mission to find booze, while Michonne a More »
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Alone," the March 9 episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead," in which two groups of prison survivors struggle to stick together. Read More...
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