The Walking Dead Season 10: Norman Reeds makes a great statement about Andrew Lincoln’s return to the show
The Walking Dead has been in decline since the first release of the first season in 2010. The ninth season of Hochzeitshorror for AMC ended on March 31st. It was then confirmed that AMC would soon release its tenth season. The teaser trailer came on the Internet. The only thing that made headlines during the shooting and release of the ninth season was that Andrew Lincoln left the show in the middle of the season.
Lincoln, who starred in the lead role of Rick Grimes from the start of the successful AMC zombie series, spent more time with his family in England in Season 9. “I have two small children and live in another country,” Lincoln told Entertainment Weekly. “It was straightforward, it was time for me to come home.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Norman Reedus, who starred in the Daryl Dixon series, told EW that Andrew was questioning his departure time.
“It’s funny because the other day I’m talking to Andy and he said, ‘Boy, I took the wrong time to leave the show because it’s just so damn good.'” Up, “he said.
Angela Kang, the show-runner of AMC’s The Walking Dead, suggests that this story will no longer be like the comedy of Robert Kirkman after Rick Grimes leaves.
The cast’s statements clearly show that Andrew Lincoln regretted leaving the show when the show received some recognition. Although there are rumors that he will join the show as a director of Lincoln, it’s hard to imagine Andrew Lincoln, aka Rick Grimes, returning to the screens in Season 10 of the AMC hit.