Morgan actor reveals "most important" part of The Walking Dead's legacy

Joanna Estrada
October 1, 2020

Norman Reedus states he's attempted to convince his former friend The Walking Dead co-star Andrew Lincoln to go back for the last period of this postwar zombie play.

However Reedus says he would like to watch Lincoln reunite for a single lust hurrah at the primary series until it wraps up in the conclusion of its long run run.

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"Part of me is ready for a spin-off and ready for the excitement of what that will be and then another part of me is sort of in denial", he said.

"The thing that's going to be most important were the actors that it has introduced people to, and has introduced to the world", The popular actor explained, adding "and what it has done for television, how it became such an unlikely and phenomenal success. and how it expanded the scope of what's possible in television".

"I will definitely miss The Walking Dead universe".

"I think it's sad that it's going", he later admitted, "it's inevitable at some point it had to go, but I think what it's achieved and what it's done, it will be hard for any show to match, really".

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Reedus continued: "He's like, 'Uh...' you know, he won't say anything".

He added: "I know there will be a lot of differences and I know the themes of the two shows are completely different, but the elements are kind of still there".

With the delayed season 10 finale airing next week, TWD fans will only have one more outing afterwards to see what the future holds for their favourite characters.

According to Reedus, he's repeatedly asked Lincoln to reprise the role for one final outing in season 11. Fear The Walking Dead is executive produced by Scott M. Gimple, Showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero and Dave Alpert and is produced by AMC Studios.

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