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Actors of "Fear the Walking Dead - Season 1"
Characters of "Fear the Walking Dead - Season 1"
Creators of "Fear the Walking Dead - Season 1"Dave EricksonRobert KirkmanBirthdate: 30 November 1978, Richmond, Kentucky, USA
Critic Reviews of "Fear the Walking Dead - Season 1"Vinnie Mancuso New York ObserverSeptember 28, 2015
Cobalt means the time for optimism is over, and the time for panic is now. And THAT may be the best option for this show going forward.Josh Jackson Paste MagazineSeptember 28, 2015
The stakes are high, and the "enemy" is neither just a bunch of zombies or a a handful of evildoers but an institution that was created to protect you but now believes you're a lost cause.Matt Fowler IGN MoviesSeptember 28, 2015
There were some nice, dark Daniel moments here, but there were too many puzzle pieces missing.Ben Bowman RedEyeSeptember 28, 2015
After its weakest episode to date, it appeared "Fear the Walking Dead" had flatlined. Now, with its best episode, "Cobalt," the series appears to be back from the dead.Alex Mullane Digital SpyNovember 18, 2015
We know them a lot better than we knew the cast of the original at this point; they should be at least as fascinating. But they're not.Brian Moylan GuardianSeptember 28, 2015
Well, we're five episodes in, one episode away from the end of this first season, and we finally meet our first breakout character of the series.Jonathon Dornbush Entertainment WeeklySeptember 28, 2015
Rubén Blades has quickly risen to be the MVP of the series so far.Josh Modell AV ClubSeptember 28, 2015
The question that had interested/nagged me a bit over Fear The Walking Dead's first few episodes was answered tonight, in a couple of interesting, insightful ways.Jeremy Egner New York TimesSeptember 28, 2015
Titled "Cobalt," the episode was an anxious, nervy hour that resisted overwrought obviousness - the Achilles' heel of The Walking Dead - in favor of shaded musings on the moral relativism of the survival instinct.Simon Abrams New York Magazine/VultureSeptember 28, 2015
The exhaustively blunt nature of Fear the Walking Dead's dialogue feels relatively out of place given that characters are supposedly still deciding what post-zombie life is going to be like.
Gallery of "Fear the Walking Dead - Season 1"