While The Walking Dead may not be the ratings powerhouse it once was a few years ago, there is still no denying its widespread success.
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Even though Chris Hardwick may host a Walking Dead aftershow in Talking Dead, that doesn’t mean that AMC slips him some sort of secret envelope months in advance with some of the finer details surrounding everything that is coming up.
While the news of Andrew Lincoln’s exit from The Walking Dead is certainly out there, finding a whole score of people willing to discuss it has been a rather difficult challenge … and for good reason, mind you.
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There have been many things that we’ve found especially weird about the announcement that Andrew Lincoln is departing The Walking Dead during season 9, but one of the strangest ones is this: The radio silence from AMC and Lincoln himself on the subject.
Following the reporters earlier this week that Andrew Lincoln is departing The Walking Dead at some point during season 9, most of his fellow cast and crew members have been rather quiet about the situation.
There are many different changes happening within the world of The Walking Dead and for the sake of this article, we thought it best to offer up some more context when it comes to the exit of Andrew Lincoln.
Why is Andrew Lincoln leaving The Walking Dead, especially after spending the past eight years playing a character who is now iconic?
Just in case you needed more shocking news today from the world of television, know this — Andrew Lincoln is leaving The Walking Dead during the upcoming ninth season.
When The Walking Dead season 8 airs on AMC, there are going to be officially a pair of new names added to the regular cast in Avi Nash and Callan McAuliffe.