Fear the Walking Dead has, for the most part, been a disappointment, and it seems like the same fate awaits The Walking Dead: World Beyond.
The latest suffers from the jump due to poor characterization, no stakes, and a group of, quite frankly, uninteresting teenagers.
Focusing on the first generation of kids to grow up during the apocalypse could have had legs, but the best way to sum up World Beyond is as a teen melodrama with an apocalyptic backdrop.
Through two episodes, the teens find themselves in a string of deadly situations, but it says a lot about the series because of how little I cared about any of them.
Alexa Mansour leads the cast as Hope, a young woman determined to find her missing scientist father. She doesn't