The Walking Dead : AMC unveils finally the date of departure of Andrew Lincoln in the series
So, there it is, the season 9 of the Walking Dead has finally started and, obviously, efforts to straighten the bar begin to pay. In any case, our Simon no longer spend the rest of his day locked in the closet, rolled it into a ball, after having seen an episode. It’s good, it frees us from the space.
Well, after that, it is not necessary to expect not more than between two seasons, The Walking Dead has found the potato to the point of turning into a big masterpiece, especially after years of crisis. But you have to admire the effort. And, as a result, it is hoped that the public does too, which unfortunately seems to be far from the case since the series accuses currently its hearings the lowest.
Go, soon the end
But it has not yet said its last word, since you probably know that the big hook of this season, it is, of course, the departure of two key persons in the show : Rick and Maggie. In fact, it’s been months that Andrew Lincoln and Lauren Cohan have confirmed that this season would be their last, and a good part of the communication of the AMC around the series focuses on this event.
This is the point at which they are short of ideas for us overselling the departure of two of its stars. Finally good…
A last effort
The thing is that we didn’t know until now when all this was going to happen. If we imagined that Lauren Cohan would take its final bow before the cut-off mid-season, it was thought that Andrew Lincoln would hold until the end, to bless us with a final touching , which would remain in the memories. It would seem that this is not of all this that is expected since AMC has finally unveiled the date of the final episode of Rick Grimes in a message on Twitter which he has the secret :
“After this week, Rick Grimes has more than two episodes. You don’t want to miss a single second.”
Yes, Rick Grimes will disappear, therefore, the series in the 4 November in circumstances that are obviously being kept top-secret for the moment because otherwise no one will watch the episode. At most, we know that it will be called “What comes after“, or “What happens after” in the language of Kev Adams. Then, to die or will die ? We let you take paris.