Screenrant | 'The Walking Dead: JSS' Review


After five seasons (and some change), The Walking Dead is fluent in the ways of bringing destruction and desolation to its core group. While characters both old and new have survived on everything from a sack of old oats to raw tortoise, the series has mostly sustained itself on an increasingly bland diet of searching for sanctuary, engaging in conflict, losing said sanctuary, and then hitting the road again. That is to say, the show’s storytelling beats are fairly predictable. You can count on either the undead or the unscrupulous crossing paths with Rick and his cohort at one time or another, resulting in a prescribed conflict that usually ends with a member of the cast making sure their agent is stocked up on headshots.

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