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Fear the Walking Dead

Fear the Walking Dead

AMC 2015

What did the world look like as it was transforming into the horrifying apocalypse depicted in "The Walking Dead"? This spin-off set in Los Angeles, following new characters as they face the beginning of the end of the world, will answer that question.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Fear the Walking Dead

Fear the Walking Dead - S3E8

#1 - Children of Wrath


Season 3 - Episode 8

Madison must negotiate the terms of an agreement in the midst of ranch-wide turmoil. Nick and Alicia challenge their mother's motives.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Fear the Walking Dead from 4536 votes.

Fear the Walking Dead - S2E14

#2 - Wrath


Season 2 - Episode 14

Travis is thrown off by new refugees; Nick must decide if he's going to stay at the Colonia with Luciana or leave.

The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Fear the Walking Dead from 5231 votes.

Fear the Walking Dead - S1E6

#3 - The Good Man


Season 1 - Episode 6

As civil unrest grows, and the dead take over, Travis and Madison try to devise ways to protect their families.

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Fear the Walking Dead from 4851 votes.

Fear the Walking Dead - S3E12

#4 - Brother's Keeper


Season 3 - Episode 12

Nick and Jake set out to handle a delicate situation; the Ranch prepares for a threat greater than any they've faced before.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Fear the Walking Dead from 3747 votes.

Fear the Walking Dead - S3E4

#5 - 100


Season 3 - Episode 4

A mysterious character searches for purpose and soon becomes tied to the struggle over a key resource in the apocalypse.

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Fear the Walking Dead from 5000 votes.

Fear the Walking Dead - S2E15
#6 - North
Season 2 - Episode 15

When Travis' rage causes unrest at the hotel, Madison has to choose whether or not she will stand by him; Nick becomes leader of the Colonia as Narcos close in.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Fear the Walking Dead from 5243 votes.

Fear the Walking Dead - S6E1
#7 - The End Is the Beginning
Season 6 - Episode 1

Mortally wounded Morgan must decide whether to help a desperate stranger while a mysterious bounty hunter tries to finish what Ginny couldn't.

The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Fear the Walking Dead from 976 votes.

Fear the Walking Dead - S3E7
#8 - The Unveiling
Season 3 - Episode 7

A new arrival sows a divide within the ranch. Meanwhile, Alicia forms a new relationship in the hopes of maintaining peace.

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Fear the Walking Dead from 4548 votes.

Fear the Walking Dead - S3E16
#9 - Sleigh Ride
Season 3 - Episode 16

Madison faces a horrifying revelation.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Fear the Walking Dead from 2557 votes.

Fear the Walking Dead - S4E3
#10 - Good Out Here
Season 4 - Episode 3

Madison and Morgan try to help Nick find inner peace. A quest for revenge exacts its toll on the group.

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Fear the Walking Dead from 2580 votes.

Last updated: may 05, 2021



Can't believe people are bashing this show already. Give it a chance, it won't be the same as TWD in one episode.


Thoughts based on the first episode. I like zombie movies, especially the old ones. And what the more recent films of the genre don't pay attention to is the fact that zombies are dumb, they are slow. "Night of the living dead" [minor spoiler ahead] ends with humanity prevailing (in a way), and it's not surprising, decaying slow-moving corpses are a threat that can be dealt with. [end of spoiler] But I guess it doesn't make for a good movie or a long-running series. And film makers would rather have a grittier, tougher, depressing ending, that would make it clear that humanity is doomed and they are willing to toss all logic aside. But I've never felt it, because it doesn't make any sense. It's like a cliche now, and I'm sick of it. [minor spoilers for 28 days/weeks later ahead] 28 days later had an amazing ending. But the sequel had to go and ruin it: "Yeah! Zombies are everywhere, humanity is doomed, look at it! Are you depressed yet, are you?! Isn't this cool and exciting?" No! Quit it. [end of spoilers] My point is, Fear the Walking Dead shows the start of the epidemic from a social standpoint and it does it well. It seems realistic. I watch it and I think "yeah, that is probably how it would have happened". Not fast with lots of screaming and people running around, but with lots of confused people not knowing what's going on. The government doesn't know how to deal with this problem, no one does. This show finally dares to answer the question: if zombies are slow and dumb - how are they in power? Even when people see a walker, they don't fully comprehend it, they can't believe their eyes. They have never seen a zombie-movie, there's no such thing as a walker yet. No one knows the true gravity of the situation, they don't know what awaits them, they don't know there is going to be an apocalypse. And that's why it's interesting for me to watch. I also continue hoping for a zombie movie sequel taking place after the apocalypse, where survivors would have to deal with the guilt of things they've done, trying to rebuild society, scientists trying to figure out what caused the epidemic (with possible flashback). But I don't think it'll happen, because the majority apparently thinks it's boring. And it's a shame. Oh, well.


Wasn't a fan of the pacing of the first episode. I felt it was really slow considering the audience already knows where things end up. Gonna give it a chance though because I'm a fan of the main show.


Season 3 has really pulled it's socks up. Much darker than TWD and the softness has abated. The characters that brought the series down are removed, leaving the interesting and strong players to evolve. The second half of the season has some fantastic writing and emotion. I'm finding it more interesting than the Rick centric slop being served up by TWD now.


The characters are just stupid...I constantly root against them and cheer on the hordes. As long as Victor Strand is alive I'll keep watching.


I can't watch this show anymore. I literally don't like or care about any of the characters. Nobody ever makes a good decision. I'm done.


Kim Dickens is the best!!! Also really enjoying seeing a perspective from when it all began.


Better than walking dead, feel more life more reality more touching


Thought the first episode was pretty interesting. Lots of people were expecting a "how the virus became" show instead of just the start of the end. I can't wait to see where this season goes.


This show was supposed to be before TWD. How can it have crossover with characters from TWD? Morgan came into the show pretty much where he left TWD. I forget the guys name, but negans guy with the burn on his face, same thing he knew Morgan and what happened. I guess when they said it was pre twd, I thought it would at least use new story for crossover characters

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