- Jan 17, 2009
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I would be really surprised if she comes back as a series regular. I could see here doing a couple episodes as a guest star just to wrap her story up.
Just finished off the season, it's not the same with Rick gone for now Carol and Daryl are great side characters to rick but becoming the main stars of the show now is very meh.I was extremely happy to see Tara’s head on a pike! Finally!!!!.
This will be adressed in the upcoming two or three "Rick Movies"Ive been watching Season 9 of Walking Dead on Netflix.
So where did Anne/Jadis take Rick to anyway?
I dont mind the years later story arc where Carol is now Old Lady Carol, but do they ever explain later on where Jadis Ann and Rick went off to?
If you ever check it out just watch season 1-3. they changed the show runners after 3 and it went downhill real quick.....but yeah last night's episode was just as bad as anything they just put out for season 5 of Fear.And with the stuff I hear about FEAR, glad I never invested a moment in that mess.
I don't know if it was the fact that Fear just ended last week or not but to me the regular show had me feeling like I was still watching Fear. The scene that really did it for me was the "Hey Look we can still kill Zombies!" it was as corny as that stupid mid-season commercial Fear was running. Even the Daryl/Carol stuff (which can be said was the only good stuff) you knew it was just a ploy, there's no way those two would head off and leave everyone...I can't really complain about the latest episode. It was lightyears better than the garbage I was watching just one week ago on Fear TWD.
Still watching, still a fan. The comics are done, so this is still the best way to get your walking Dead fix. Are the episodes as good as the original few seasons, no, but then again most TV shows seem to die or slowly go downhill after a few seasons. There are a few exceptions to this that come around every so often, but even the best of the best series don't seem to have staying power.
I still feel it's just society today in general.. In the social media/internet days we're in, we all want our fix and we want it now, harder these days to keep peoples interest episode to episode year after year. Cram everything into a 2 hour movie is the best way to go. The Marvel movies have lasted about 15 years now, and that's simply a rarity. I didn't watch Thrones, but from the outside looking in on that series, as good as everyone felt that series was I heard a ton of complaining towards the end.
This. ^^^It really doesn't have to do with budgets or social media - it all starts with the showrunners and awful writing and planning or lack thereof. Fear started ok, got good borderline great and is now one of the worst shows on tv. The third spinoff looks awful. The flagship needed to set an end date, plan once Lincoln (and then Danai) decided to leave. Reedus does brooding Daryl well but he is not a lead, only so many times the Daryl and Carol team ups can be done. Maggie coming back might be a little bump but won't breathe much needed life back into the show. None of the new characters are fleshed out or already interesting enough to carry the show. If the feature movies with Rick can tie everything together nicely they'll be worth it but I have no faith in the showrunners, writers.
I said years ago as well that they should move to the big screen.The show should've made Alexandria the endgame or it should've branched off and abandoned the roadmap from the comics they'd been following into something that would lead to an ending in a season or 2.
I remember saying these types of things years ago, and getting loads of these bad boys thrown my way... "There goes Mildoo again, hating on the popular thing because he thinks it makes him cool."
That would've been the right thing to do. Stop the show 5 or so seasons in and then announce the movie. The show was still getting crazy viewership back then, so it probably would've translated into some big money at the BO. They really blew it though.I said years ago as well that they should move to the big screen.