Jon Bernthal will be back in season 9 of The Walking Dead
If you follow us regularly, you probably know our relationship a little bit particular to the series The Walking Dead. After that, it is not totally our fault, she also does everything she can to make us angry. But, then, she just gave us a shot which we didn’t expect at all…
Yes, to say that the series The Walking Dead, it’s frankly not top the past few years, is simple evidence. After the cardstock in its infancy and will be reserved a place in the audiences for a long time, the show adapted from the famous comics started to gently fall down without the production does not seem to be aware of it.
Andrew Lincoln reflects on his career
After 8 seasons, the change is more than mandatory, and everything suggests that season 9 will do the cleaning. In fact, after these new episodes, several times important will take place. Already, Andrew Lincoln should get the hell out, which poses a small problem since it is still him the hero of the series. And then, Lauren Cohan should also be packing his bags. This means that the two iconic characters will exit the series almost at the same time. Hard.
If one expects a firm footing to know how the new showrunneuse Angela Kang is going to manage this whole mess, is that The Walking Dead comes we knock him out with a new and most unexpected. In fact, Jon Bernthal would be back in season 9. The actor, best known today for playing the Punisher in Netflix, was part of the cast of the start of the saga and had a role very important, as it embodied Shane, the best friend of Rick, who guided the survivors before his poto does not leave the coma and was doing his wife. A Shane who has turned psycho in season 2 before getting whacked by Carl in the middle of a field.
Jon Bernthal, in the right time
According to the website TVLine, Bernthal would have been seen on the set of the series in the company of Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln. For the moment, it would appear that he does come back that the time of an episode. Of course, one immediately thinks of a flashback and also to the perspective of a possible move for the last episode of the Andrew Lincoln, history of closing the loop. All that to say that we don’t know much about this unexpected return, but that it is hoped that the series will not do as usual and fuck up a pivotal point for sure. Suspense, suspense…
Jon Bernthal, a little tired on the end