While The Walking Dead has disappointed its viewers forever with fake-out character slaughters and huge amounts of pacing issues, its seventh season is much awaited. Then again, its prequel spin-off, Fear the Walking Dead, has been a frustration on all fronts. Here’s the reason it’s attempting to profit by the zombie rage like its guardian program has, and this is nearly turning out to be totally avoidable.
1. Missed Many Chances
Without a doubt, it was smart to take the FTWD survivors out to ocean in Season 2 and take up the pirate issues that would unavoidably come about because of few rations and naiveté at sea. The web series titled Flight 462 touched on a smidge of the aeronautics aftermath that would occur from such an episode. However, the show has so far neglected to genuinely understand any points of interest left unanswered by the principal show. Like, for example, where and why the disease began, how it could spread so rapidly, and the government’s role in everyone of this. In case you’re going to do a prequel series and go gradually, begin from the top. It would’ve been a great deal more fulfilling to witness the beginning and pandemic of the Walker illness from a perspective, instead of the point and viewpoint that the show began in. Showing Patient Zero, or an aspect on the political defilement, eagerness, and inadequacy that would permit such virus to happen, may have given this show its own wings. However, it just got with a couple of errant Walkers abruptly bringing on a wreck in Los Angeles with next to zero clarification. It was similar to how Rick was acquainted with the crushed condition of Georgia back in TWD’s pilot. Total loss.
2. It’s Slow
The most clear problem with attempting to deliver a series about the occasions paving the way to the zombie apocalypse, to people who have invested years viewing it, is that drawing an obvious conclusion can be truly dreary and exhausting.
The show has been frantically attempting to make a substantial anecdote about these future survivors (some of whom may wind up existing in The Walking Dead). In any case, they’re taking a super, duper long time getting to a point of interest that is even remotely equivalent to TWD.