So I am kind of a fan of "The Walking dead." It's a great show, I just don't believe it truly deserves the hype that it has come to accumulate over the past six seasons because while it's good, there are better things out there. Nonetheless, I was very excited for "Fear the Walking Dead" to see how the virus came to be while Rick Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln, laid in his coma.
The first season of "Fear the Walking Dead" delivered, providing, in my mind, an excellent start up to a zombie show and giving fans the beginning storyline of the outbreak. Explaining how the army and government reacted to the collapse of society was pivotal to the show and really opened itself up to new ideas.
But that was the first season, and now we're on the second season of the somewhat-prequel, somewhat-spinoff, and Daniel Salazar, played by Rubén Blades, literally said in the first episode that the world is over. Suddenly it seems that we're not at the beginning of the zombie apocalypse, but instead we are beginning to reach the point where Rick wakes up in the hospital.
My point is that I didn't want "Fear the Walking Dead" to just act as a spinoff series. I wanted it to explore the beginning of the outbreak with a detailed...
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