Andrew Lincoln To Exit The Walking Dead In Season 9

TWD Head on Spike

TWD Head on Spike

Nearly unbelievable on a show where nearly no one is said to be safe, the man who has played Rick Grimes since the very beginning of the series based on Robert Kirkman's comics could be gone by the end of the upcoming ninth season, I hear. The actor has played protagonist Rick Grimes since the pilot episode and is reported to only be appearing in six Season 9 episodes.

Andrew Lincoln will be leaving The Walking Dead by the end of season 9. According to the report, Reedus is going nowhere and will remain on with the series.

Actor Andrew Lincoln is reportedly walking away from his lead role on The Walking Dead.

Rick Grimes is a central character in The Walking Dead universe, for both the TV series and the comic books on which it is based.

According to Collider, "The Walking Dead" will replace Lincoln/Grimes by moving Norman Reedus' popular character Daryl Dixon into the main role.

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When it got near the tree line a saw the tail moved a bit but I heard a thump then and that was it. They were taken to the Midland Regional Hospital in Tullamore for a post mortem examination.

In the Season 8 finale, her character was in a position of power that ironically mirrored Cohan's own bargaining position at the negotiating table. AMC declined to comment.

Andrew previously spoke about leaving the show, hinting that he was well up for giving fans an end to Rick's story. After ABC picked up Whiskey to series for a midseason bow, it closed the door on Cohan's full-time return to the series - even if she had closed a new deal.

After the shocking death of Carl Grimes in the eighth mid-season premiere, some fans have expressed frustration over the series' trajectory during the All Out War.

"When talking about the remainder of season eight, former showrunner Scott Gimple told TVLine: "[They are] absolutely on the menu. Fear The Walking Dead has very successfully rebooted itself in season 4 and The Walking Dead could do the same.

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