Ten days before the broadcast of the final mid-season of Season 7 of The Walking Dead, a question arises: should the series stop making episodes focused on one community?
Last Sunday, AMC aired episode 6 of season 7 of The Walking Dead entitled “Swear” and which our critic is available . Again, the series has chosen to give us an episode whose plot revolved not around a single character, and this time, it was Tara. In this episode, she discovered a new community: Oceanside. For 46 minutes, we were able to get to know the women in this group, but the end of the episode has left a bitter taste, which dragged on for several weeks: frustration. Since the return of the show, the plot is set each week to a different location, creating many lengths . Recently, The Walking Dead fans began to tire gradually their favorite show and hearings have also paid the fees since the 7×06 has achieved the worst score in four years.
If the writers can therefore wonder whether simply must not give up this kind of story telling that like to very few people. By itself, an episode focusing on a character or a community may be especially interesting if an event happened to a character, allowing fans to explore the psychology of it . For example, one would think that episode was going to be dedicated to Maggie, taking up just after the death of Glenn. That Daryl was rather successful, showing us the hell he lives on the side of the Sanctuary. The problem is that these episodes “Centrics” we give the impression that the series has nothing to tell and it is rather frustrating.
We recall that the second episode of season plunged us in the heart of the community of the Kingdom. Five episodes later, we did not re-heard. What is the advantage of introducing a whole new group and a new way of living to forget after? The solution is simple: now, episodes of The Walking Dead should offer us the intrigues them one after the other . All series do and that’s just fine. The series has an ultra strong fanbase and it would be a shame that the lost of this kind there. We are given appointment Sunday night for episode 7 of Season 7 of The Walking Dead in which we would absolutely see 3 things! What do you think of the current format of the series?