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- Episode 01: No Sanctuary
- Episode 02: Strangers
- Episode 03: Four Walls and a Roof
- Episode 04: Slabtown
- Episode 05: Self Help
- Episode 06: Consumed
- Episode 07: Crossed
- Episode 08: Coda
- Episode 09: What Happened and What's Going On
- Episode 10: Them
- Episode 11: The Distance
- Episode 12: Remember
- Episode 13: Forget
- Episode 14: Spend
- Episode 15: Try
- Episode 16: Conquer
Actors Of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
Characters Of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
Creators of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
Critics Of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
Chris Cabin Slant Magazine
January 02, 2015 The electrifying opening of "Coda" doesn't foreshadow the devastating exit of Beth, but it comes to suggest something about the rivalry between Rick's group and the Grady Memorial staff.Read in Source
Troy L. Smith Cleveland Plain Dealer
January 02, 2015 Season 5 of The Walking Dead began swiftly... Things have slowed down since. But there was still a feeling that the midseason finale, titled "Coda," would go out with a bang. And so it did.Read in Source
Zack Handlen AV Club
January 02, 2015 Okay, so as good as The Walking Dead has gotten this season, it still isn't perfect. As proof, I give you "Coda," a mid-season finale which almost, but not entirely, manages to squander the goodwill the show has been building for itself all fall.Read in Source
Laura Prudom Variety
January 02, 2015 The loss of Beth will serve as the dramatic impetus for [the rest still alive], rippling out across the group to remind them that there are no happy endings here -- that even when they're together, they'll never truly be safe.Read in Source
Tim Surette TV.com
January 02, 2015 Season 5 has been largely about The Walking Dead showing restraint, but holding back didn't work out for "Coda." The Grady Memorial Hospital plot was already boring and underdeveloped, and it went out on a boring note and underexplained.Read in Source
Sean McKenna TV Fanatic
January 02, 2015 While Beth's death was a major one, and there were some solid moments, this episode unfortunately meandered about until it rushed things at the end. The midseason finale didn't quite hold onto that strong start the The Walking Dead Season 5 initiated.Read in Source
Adam A. Donaldson We Got This Covered
January 17, 2015 As we approached the midseason finale of The Walking Dead, one question hung over the proceedings: What could happen in the episode to make Norman Reedus cry?Read in Source
Matt Fowler IGN Movies
January 02, 2015 As a midseason capper, "Coda" was a bit of a mixed bag. But then we came back from the commercial break and the episode had skipped a few beats.Read in Source
Terri Schwartz Zap2it.com
January 02, 2015 The Walking Dead constantly tests its viewers, most recently with Beth's decision to sacrifice herself, and it's exciting to think about the new ways the show will change and challenge when it comes back.Read in Source
Alan Sepinwall HitFix
January 02, 2015 [I] accept last week's underwhelming episode as a necessary evil that was putting all the pieces in place for what I hoped would be a strong conclusion tonight. Instead, "Coda" was just as limp and disappointing as "Crossed."Read in Source
Soundtracks Of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
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Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...