The Walking Dead shows a world where right and wrong are shaded by the desire to survive. "The Grove" shows the tragic tale of how this world changes people and forces them to make decisions in another life would have been unthinkable.
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I used to wish for the day that The Walking Dead would do episodes that were slower and more character-focused, that the show would dig into everyone's backstories a bit more and take a break from the nonstop zombie slaying. I should have been more carefu more
About three-quarters of the way through this episode, it had all the makings of being the worst of the season, if not the entire series. Lizzie is clearly disturbed, and no one is doing jack squat about it. Carol keeps talking about “change.” Mika more
*Warning: Comic book spoilers referenced ahead* Powerful. Brutal. Shocking. Heartbreaking. Inevitable. So, so sad. The Walking Dead is not kind to little girls. Remember the little walker girl Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) saw in Season 1? Sophia? Penny? M more
When we last saw our survivors, Rick narrowly escaped some very bad dudes, Bob and Sasha connected on a deeper level, and Glenn got some new traveling companions in Abraham's crew. Daryl and Beth bonded, but when Beth was kidnapped after they got separate more
"The Walking Dead" has finally proven once and for all that the true horror of a zombie apocalypse lies in the people it affects instead of the monsters it creates. And, sometimes, those two things are one and the same.Truly it's going to take a while and more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Grove," the March 16 episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead," in which a peaceful interlude for Tyreese and Carol turns tragic. Read More...