The final episode in the first season concluded on Sunday evening. The main cast went on their way to find the group that had been taken to the military facility.
The penultimate episode of Season One ups the general discord of the whole camp leading to some rather unfortunate actions.
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By the end of the last episode we’d seen the military roll in and start to take charge, this completely changes the dynamic of the whole series and as it is one of the only areas we haven’t really seen yet in the main show, never having really met up with a “safe zone” guarded by military, it’ll be a interesting dynamic to witness.
I enjoyed the last episode a lot better then I did the first. It made you really think about how you’d react in the characters shoes, it showed how easily a group of people can grow and riots are a great place for infection to spread and how easy it is to start a riot. It shows how strangers can end up grouped together in the middle of everything.
I wasn’t completely sold by the first episode of the season but it was far from being terrible. With the outbreak now very obviously happening it is only a matter of time before real panic sets in.
A prequel to The Walking Dead following a different group of survivors in a different place and watching how the outbreak happened. On paper the idea for the show has no flaws in it. The questions we have left over about how people survived, how it got so bad etc seem to be seconds away from being answered.
DISCLAIMER : I have only just caught up with the three episodes myself having not had time to watch them. Three reviews will therefore be posted tonight and will carry on being posted every week.