Episode 1 Overall65%
Pacing: Episode 150%
Story: Episode 155%
Episode 2 Overall75%
Pacing: Episode 260%
Story: Episode 265%
Hello and Welcome Reviewers!
Today, I’m reviewing episodes 1 and 2 from Fear the Walking Dead.
A highly dysfunctional blended family is forced together when they realize a reported virus is actually the onset of the undead apocalypse.**
While Madison struggles to keep Nick from a crippling withdrawal, Travis ventures out to find his son before the city of Los Angeles falls.**
This Fear the Walking Dead Episode 1 & 2 review contains possible spoilers. You’ve been warned.
** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! **
Episode 1 Overall Thoughts
I was really looking forward to this TV show for quite some time. The concept seems like a good one. After watching the pilot for this show I’m convinced that they didn’t need an entire hour and a half. It would have been better if they kept it to 45 minutes or so. This episode barely covered anything and leaves you with a confused feeling. All of the scenes in the hospital could have been cut and just mentioned in a flashback or even through words. The hospital barely served a purpose besides making both Travis and Madison retrace Nick’s steps.
Final Grade -> 57%
Episode 2 Overall Thoughts
This episode did a better job than the pilot by a little. It started to set up the fear, pun intended, across the LA region. They progressed the story to a point where you would like to see what would happen next. The episode is far from perfect but at least it’s increasing in value. The whole dynamic between Travis, Liza and Chris is completely weird. Maybe in the future they could dive more into why they’re so weird towards each other. The scenes with them together could have been replaced with something else.
Final Grade -> 67%
Enough on what I thought about the episodes. What are your thoughts about the Fear the Walking Dead series so far? Leave a comment down below!
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