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The Walking Dead Showrunner Says The Season Finale Is Too Big

Fight the dead, fear the living.

That was the motto attached to season 3 of The Walking Dead, when Rick Grimes and Co. were busy fending off the Governor and his army of goons. Fast forward to 2018, and that ominous tagline still rings true, as Andrew Lincoln’s ragtag crew are now in the midst of a war against Negan and his corrupt Saviors.

And so, following The Walking Dead‘s midseason hiatus, the last batch of episodes will begin on a somber note, as viewers bid farewell to Carl Grimes. Said to bring “resolution” and a sense of closure to AMC’s adaptation of “All-Out War,” we’re expecting things to really get going once we’ve said goodbye to Rick’s son, as from what we understand, it’s the young boy’s death which will really fuel Andrew Lincoln’s hero in his ongoing battle with Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s big bad.
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Andrew Lincoln Sings His ‘The Walking Dead’ Son Chandler Riggs A Goodbye Song

Get ready to shed both tears of joy and sadness. Related: Norman Reedus Recites Naughty Fan Fiction Written For ‘The Walking Dead’ “The Walking Dead” leadman Andrew Lincoln performed a sweet, sentimental, and supremely funny goodbye song for his co-star Chandler Riggs in anticipation for Sunday’s upcoming episode. In the last episode before the mid-season break,
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‘The Walking Dead': Andrew Lincoln Serenades Soon-to-Be-Dead TV Son Chandler Riggs (Video)

‘The Walking Dead': Andrew Lincoln Serenades Soon-to-Be-Dead TV Son Chandler Riggs (Video)
The Walking Dead” star Andrew Lincoln gave a lovely tribute to his soon-to-be former co-star Chandler Riggs on Friday. In Sunday’s episode of the AMC zombie drama, the show will bid goodbye to Riggs’s character Carl, so Lincoln sat down at a piano to record a slightly adapted cover of Camila Cabello’s single “Havana.” Some choice lyrics: “God, I hate those freakin’ zombies/ They keep eating all of my friends and family” and “He comes from east or west Atlanta, I don’t know. He’s pretty southern, that I do know.” Also Read: 'The Walking Dead': Steven Ogg Tells Us About Chlamydia and...
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'Walking Dead': Carl's 10 Greatest Moments

The end is nigh for the boy with one eye: Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs), sentenced to death via zombie bite to the abdomen, will walk away from The Walking Dead during Sunday's midseason premiere.

Carl's death marks the most significant change from the Walking Dead comic books to date, as the character not only remains alive and well in Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's source material on which the show is based, but stands poised to some day take over the lead role if and when the day arrives that his father, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), is...
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Chandler Riggs Reveals What He Won’t Miss About The Walking Dead

This Sunday, Carl Grimes will make his gut-wrenching exit from The Walking Dead following the shocking reveal at the end of the midseason finale that he’d been bitten by a walker. Since that episode aired, we’ve heard a lot about the impact that this will have on the show, but is there anything that actor Chandler Riggs will be glad to leave behind him now that he’s washing his hands of the hit zombie drama?

While talking to ComicBook.com, Riggs opened up about how the one thing he won’t miss about making The Walking Dead is losing beloved cast members when they’re written out of the series whenever it needs to give the audience a jolt in the arm. Here’s what he had to say:

“I won’t miss having to go through anymore death dinners and watching other characters, any other cast
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‘The Walking Dead’: How do You think Carl will die? [Poll]

‘The Walking Dead’: How do You think Carl will die? [Poll]
In the final moments of “How it’s Gotta Be,” the explosive mid-season finale of “The Walking Dead” Season 8, fans were delivered crushing news. Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) had been bitten by a walker in a previous episode. His father Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Michonne (Danai Gurira) drop their mouths in horror as they gaze at the bite wound, and it’s safe to say most viewers at home did the same. Carl has been a vital character since the first season of the hit series. So how will the show kill off a main character? Explore the likely options and then vote in our poll below before watching the mid-season premiere “Honor” on Sunday, February 25.

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Self Sacrifice – The most likely scenario involves Carl using his final moments on Earth to help
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Rick Will Hunt Negan With An Ax When The Walking Dead Returns

When The Walking Dead returns from its winter break this Sunday, it’ll feature the tragic death of Carl Grimes, in one of the most shocking character exits from the show we’ve yet seen. It’s a loss that’s sure to cut his father Rick Grimes to pieces, too, so it’s no surprise to hear that Andrew Lincoln’s fearless leader will take his anger out on his nemesis Negan in a future episode.

While talking with EW, the actor teased what’s to come in the second half of Twd‘s eighth season. As well as hinting at more scenes with co-stars Danai Gurira and Norman Reedus, Lincoln also named his highlight of the run as the scene where he got to act out a violent attack with Jeffery Dean Morgan’s villain. Specifically, he revealed that Rick will go after Negan with an ax!

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Chandler Riggs Says He’s Not Bitter About Leaving The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead fans have just a few more days to prepare themselves for what’s sure to be a hugely emotional midseason premiere.

The last episode that aired before the winter break left viewers with their jaws on the ground when the final moments revealed that Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) had fallen prey to a walker bite, meaning the fan favorite character’s time on the show is almost up. And while we’ve already heard from his various co-stars (Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus) in regards to how they feel about the actor departing the hit series, Riggs himself has now opened up about it.

Speaking to ComicBook.com in a recent interview, he noted that while he jokes about being bitter over the whole situation, he doesn’t actually have any hard feelings towards AMC or The Walking Dead‘s writers.

“I joke about it, but I’m not really bitter about it.
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‘The Walking Dead’: Everything you need to know before Sunday’s mid-season premiere ‘Honor’

‘The Walking Dead’: Everything you need to know before Sunday’s mid-season premiere ‘Honor’
Season 8 of “The Walking Dead” will make its triumphant return on Sunday, February 25 with the mid-season premiere “Honor.” Given that Part A of Season 8 reached its shocking conclusion way back on December 10, you would be forgiven for forgetting many of the details. So here’s everything you need to remember about your favorite apocalypse survivors before diving into Sunday’s supersized episode.

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A Flash-Forward – Season 8 opened with a mysterious vision from Rick (Andrew Lincoln). The scene appeared to be a dream sequence, similar to Rick’s previous vision of heaven. The idyllic scene of family life was later counterbalanced in the episode with what most believe is a flash-forward. Rick kneels below a stained glass window, tears streaming from his face, and mutters, “My mercy prevails over my wrath.” Whatever that means. Greg Nicotero
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The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Touches On Rick/Daryl Strife

There’s an underlying tension bubbling between Daryl Dixon and Rick Grimes.

While they’ve clashed in the past – remember that tense exchange from season 1? – The Walking Dead‘s time-honored bromance is at risk of coming apart at the seams, given Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln’s respective characters continue to dispute the Saviors and how best to handle Negan’s army of goons.

It’s a feud that came to a head back in November, when Daryl lashed out at Rick and sent The Walking Dead fanbase into a tizzy as a result. And at least based on Norman Reedus’ latest comments to Entertainment Weekly, that sibling-like strife is far from over.

Shooting a stranger in the face to get that goal, he thinks it’s worth it. I think that’s some of that dirty fighting street knowledge that he’s throwing around. Rick wants his people to survive,
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Lauren Cohan joins ABC pilot Whiskey Cavalier, Walking Dead future uncertain

A few weeks ago it was reported that Lauren Cohan had turned down a new contract offer from AMC to extend her stay as Maggie on The Walking Dead, and was instead fielding offers for pilots for the new TV season.

Although a later report claimed that talks with AMC had resumed, Variety is reporting that Cohan has now joined the ABC drama pilot Whiskey Cavalier, leaving her continued involvement with the zombie drama uncertain.

Created by Dave Hemingson, Whiskey Cavalier is “a high-octane hour-long action dramedy that follows the adventures of tough but tender FBI super agent Will Chase (Scott Foley) who, following an emotional break-up, is assigned to work with badass CIA operative Francesca “Frankie” Trowbridge (Cohan). Together, they lead an inter-agency team of flawed, funny, heroic spies who periodically save the world (and each other) while navigating the rocky roads of friendship, romance and office politics.”

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Catch Another Sneak Peek Of The Walking Dead Season 8 Ahead Of Sunday’s Premiere

Fight the dead, fear the living.

That was the motto attached to season 3 of The Walking Dead, when Rick Grimes and Co. were busy fending off the Governor and his army of goons. Fast forward to 2018, and that ominous tagline still rings true, as Andrew Lincoln’s ragtag crew are now in the midst of a war against Negan and his corrupt Saviors.

And so, following The Walking Dead‘s mid-season hiatus, AMC has now dropped the third (and perhaps final?) sneak peek for season 8B, which checks in on some of the show’s major players as they steel themselves for another round of apocalyptic drama.

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Said to bring “resolution” and a sense of closure to AMC’s adaptation of All-Out War, we know season 8’s back-end will begin on a somber note,
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AMC Pays Tribute To Carl With New Walking Dead Promo

Time’s running out for Carl Grimes. The Walking Dead‘s midseason finale left viewers with their jaws on the ground when it was revealed that Chandler Riggs’ character had fallen prey to a walker bite, which can only mean one thing: that Rick’s young son is about to meet a tragic end in the upcoming midseason premiere.

Now, ahead of its return this Sunday, AMC has released a new promo that takes an emotional look back at Carl’s journey across the show’s eight seasons so far. Seen up above, the video lets us relive his growth from a young gutsy kid looking out for his friends to a fighter who stands up for those in need. Like he says to his dad, “if you care, you do something.”

The character was one of the very few members of the original cast who had managed to last
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Heartbreaking Walking Dead Photos Tease Carl’s Goodbye

The Walking Dead fans have just a few more days to prepare themselves for what’s sure to be a hugely emotional midseason premiere.

The last episode that aired before the winter break left viewers with their jaws on the ground when the final moments revealed that Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) had fallen prey to a walker bite, meaning the fan favorite character’s time on the show is almost up. Now, these new promo photos give us a glimpse of what’s in store for Carl’s swansong episode… and they indicate that it’s going to be pretty damn heartbreaking.

It appears as if the upcoming installment will spool back slightly to reveal how Carl got his fatal wound, as we’ll find out just what happened when he guided Siddiq (Avi Nash) to Alexandria through the sewers. Once back home, it looks like he left some farewell
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The Walking Dead: Rick and Morgan’s Story Isn’t Over Yet

Lennie James may be defecting from The Walking Dead to its spinoff venture Fear The Walking Dead, but according to Andrew Lincoln, Rick and Morgan’s tale isn’t over yet. After waking up in hospital to find the world ravaged by the undead, Rick Grimes’ first ally was Morgan Jones and his young son, Duane. Although the duo would eventually part ways, with Rick opting to forge ahead and Morgan staying behind, the duo continued to bump into each other down the line. When Morgan’s son tragically died, the character sought out his old friend Rick and the duo have been working together in Alexandria ever since.
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Michonne Takes Out Some Walkers In New Walking Dead Season 8B Clip

With the midseason premiere of The Walking Dead quickly approaching, AMC is ramping up the promotion and after giving us a sneak peek of the episode just earlier this week, we now have another one. Though brief and not terribly revealing, we do get a look at Danai Gurira’s Michonne acting her usual badass self as she slices up some walkers at the entry of Alexandria.

Of course, what fans are no doubt most curious to see when it comes to this particular character is how she’s going to deal with the impending death of one Carl Grimes. We’ve already heard from the actress that she’s “absolutely devastated” by it and in a recent interview, she explained a bit more, saying:

“I got a little depressed for a while. Straight up. You’re in the story. You’re in it, and you’re also in a family.
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New Walking Dead Posters Suggest It’s Time To Kill Negan

Subtlety and The Walking Dead aren’t often bedfellows. Exhibit A: these brand new posters for the second half of season 8, one of which references Rick Grimes’ promise to kill Negan that he made the day the pair met. This was way back at the end of season 6, which was nearly two years ago. The one poster appears to be hinting that Rick should shit or get off the pot in regards to the whole Negan thing, while the other flips the table, showing Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s big bad with the message “Kill Rick” on it.

Right now, Grimes’ aforementioned promise seems to be in doubt. The latest trailer sees Carl attempting to convince Rick that if he kills Negan he’ll merely be perpetuating the cycle of brutality and viciousness that’s gradually consuming the world and directly causing people like Negan to flourish. It’s a decent argument,
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Morgan Faces Saviors And Walkers In The Walking Dead Midseason Premiere Clip

It’s been a long couple of months for The Walking Dead fans, as they’ve been patiently awaiting the return of the hit AMC zombie drama. After all, the midseason finale ended on a nail-biting cliffhanger when Carl Grimes was revealed to have been bitten by a walker.

Though we still haven’t seen any footage that sheds light on his imminent demise, one new clip from the upcoming midseason premiere – titled “Honor” – has arrived online today and features a tense scene, as Morgan Jones (Lennie James) stakes out some Saviors. Things then get even more problematic as he finds himself cornered by zombies, yet the old survivor, who’s faced much worse than this, is able to use his smarts to turn the situation to his advantage.

Fans will know that Morgan’s days on The Walking Dead are numbered, but not because he’s set to die.
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We Haven’t Seen The Last Of Rick And Morgan On The Walking Dead

We haven’t seen the last of Rick Grimes and Morgan Jones.

At least, that’s according to Andrew Lincoln, who recently hinted at a possible reunion between the two seasoned survivors beyond The Walking Dead season 8.

Ahead of the show’s mid-season premiere next Sunday, Lincoln, who plays the gun-toting Rick Grimes on AMC’s undead juggernaut, spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the back-to-back departures of Chandler Riggs (Carl) and Lennie James (Morgan), who have been involved in The Walking Dead ever since its humble debut eight years ago.

The former is set to be killed off in “Honor,” the super-sized (and mid-season!) premiere that is poised to get the ball rolling on February 25th, before Lennie James’ fan-favorite becomes the bridge that unites The Walking Dead with its sibling series, Fear The Walking Dead.

In doing so, he’ll make history, and it’s fair to say that
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The Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira Is “Absolutely Devastated” By Carl’s Death

Fans of The Walking Dead are currently preparing themselves for the impending exit of Chandler Riggs from the show in the upcoming midseason premiere. Carl Grimes was revealed to have been bitten by a walker in the final moments of the last episode, meaning that Rick’s young son doesn’t have long left. It’s a big deal, too – one of the most significant deaths the series has ever served up, in fact – as Riggs has been part of Twd since season 1.

It’s no surprise, then, that his loss is hitting his co-stars very hard. While talking to The Huffington Post, Danai Gurira – who plays Rick’s girlfriend and Carl’s surrogate mother figure, Michonne – opened up about her feelings on the storyline. She said that she’s in tune with her character over this as she’s both “absolutely devastated” by Carl’s/Riggs’ exit in front of and behind the camera.
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