The American horror drama series The Walking Dead is an incredibly popular show, even outside the United States. The series has a great blend of tension, gore, drama thanks to a slew of interesting characters and the zombie horde that keeps everyone tense.
Likewise, The Walking Dead is actually an adaptation of a comic book series made by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, and Tony Moore. The AMC network series is so famous that it is already in its sixth season.
Take note that the first five seasons occurred in Atlanta while the sixth season takes place in Alexandria, Virginia.
While fans are still in love with the series, there are some criticisms about Season 6, and here are 12 of them.
There was a scene wherein Rick was wounded and already stressed out. There are walkers all around him while he is in some RV. There should be a scene of how he survives this, but the next thing we see is him going to Alexandria and knocking the door. Yes, there are still walkers following him, but the show didn't explain how exactly he got away when he was in the RV.
In The Walking Dead comics, Rick gets his hand cut off thanks to the Latino governor. According to Andrew Lincoln, he didn't get his hand cut off because it would be costly in the special effects department. However, Season 6 showed an incredibly injured Rick, but he did not even have a bandage in his wounded hand.
There was an episode of Daryl meeting his friends, and it seemed that the characters during that episode were just stupid. First, Daryl Dixon gets captured by a group of silly people, and then the blonde girl falls into the cremated bodies and gets eaten by those she woke up.
Simply put, nothing is really put forward during Episode 2. Sure, there were awesome action scenes, but the story didn't move. It was just an episode filled with gore when it could have been used to develop the characters.
Fans are not really watching Season 6 because of the Alexandrians. We watch The Walking Dead because we want to see what happens to Rick, Michonne, Daryl, Carl and Carol. The trio in the picture should be featured more.
Eugene could have been a great character, but right now there is no use for the individual. Moreover, Father Gabriel should also realize his full potential.
It is weird that Sasha is now seemingly relaxed, as if she has found tranquility with herself. Last season, she was already feeling the looming death after losing both her boyfriend and her brother, but now she's already okay. There should at least be a nice transition.
Indeed, Carol has already been a bloodthirsty character as early as Season 4, but it seems that her role has stopped developing. It's as if she's just a killing machine now who has no empathy. Could it be that she would be killed soon?
You know, The Walking Dead's main focus is on Rick Grimes and his group. It should not be about the Alexandrians. The Alexandrians are simply not compatible with Rick's group. Right now, they are not that interesting, even when Diana died.
Ron and Sam are quite awful. Sam almost made the crew lose their lives when he screamed for his mommy right when a huge crowd of walkers were around. Ron, on the other hand, is still incredibly bitter for losing his father because of Rick and getting his girlfriend stolen by Carl. They are quite annoying.
He was awesome during the end of Season 5, but now he is quite an annoying character. When there was hype regarding the supposed death of Glenn, we suddenly got an episode about his backstory. It was a good episode, but the placement was really bad.
There is a weird feeling regarding Glenn. On one hand, we wanted him to survive. On the other hand, if he survived, then the show loses a bit of credibility. Why? Because, Glenn was in a horde of nasty walkers, who were responsible for destroying Nicholas. It would be weird if Glenn survived that, and if he did, it would mean that main characters couldn't be killed. Maybe it's because of the money.