What's more, we're assured that it's going to be more of an action-driven season than one with a lot of mulling and brooding about.
In the latest episode of "The Walking Dead" Season 7, a surprise coming from the series' unlikeliest of heroes has thrown off Negan's (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) initial chances of winning the war between his group and Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his crew. He informs her that a little birdie has clued him in on Rick's plans for a rebellion against the Saviors. I can't decide which mode of transportation is more predictable.
TIME said Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) saw her exit from the series as she took the poison pill given to her by Eugene (Josh McDermitt) before she was placed in a coffin and used in a dramatic stand-off by Negan with Rick. Bad news: The Scavengers are actually the ones who tipped off Negan, and betray Rick.
Created by Robert Kirkman & Dave Erickson, Fear The Walking Dead is set at the beginning of the zombie apocalypse - a time when the world was changing rapidly for reasons unknown, before anyone understood exactly what was happening, when life as everyone knew it was upended and altered in ways no one could have ever imagined - and follows three blended families as they attempt to survive the end of the world.
And then in comes Shiva, Ezekiel's loyal tiger friend.
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In Scotland, April Fools' is a two-day affair where people "hunt the gowk", meaning they send people on fruitless adventures. April 1, 2009: The Swiss Tourism Board released a video that revealed the secret of why their mountains look so clean.
"I say, 'It's gonna be bigger, it's gonna be more intense.' I always mean that, but this year it's the same thing".
Looking forward to Season 8, I think The Walking Dead needs more action, and less drama.
As an extended battle sequence, it sparks anticipation for the battles to come in season eight - and, for many viewers, it's a flawless slice of humble pie.
As "Fear the Walking Dead" returns for season three, our families will be brought together in the vibrant and violent region formerly known as the U.S. -Mexico border.
Benjamin H. Smith is a NY based writer, producer and musician who grew up in the 1980's and thus has a deeper understanding of zombie movies than most other people.