Jeffrey Dean Morgan reportedly left executives at AMC upset by the network’s vocal criticism of the decision to make the announcement. Walking Dead The spin-offs before the series finale.
In an interview with Deadline, Morgan confirmed that even though he “got in trouble” for voicing his opinion, his feelings on the matter hadn’t changed. As for why he thinks the decision was a “mistake,” Morgan says his suspicions stem from AMC’s confirmation that Negan will return for a spin-off series, stepping away from the intended thriller of the finale. “Look, if you had watched the scene in the last episode of that show, if you thought Negan was going to die, think about how good that scene would have been,” he said. “I think the stakes have gone up a lot, and going into a finale, I think if the audience didn’t know that four of your main characters or whatever they were spin-offs, you know, those are four… there are more people who can’t get away from that.”
this Supernatural Alum admitted, however, that it would be difficult to keep the spin-off a secret, given the hype around the series finale. “Could we have kept this a secret for so long? Probably not, but damn, let’s try it. But I guess that was my only purpose. I’d like to keep it as a surprise.”
Walking Dead He crossed the finish line of his 12-year run with his final episode, “Rest in Peace”, which aired on November 2. 20. A post-apocalyptic series that premiered on AMC in October 2010. With its 6-episode opening season, 31. It didn’t take long for the show to rise in popularity and lead to larger follow-up seasons. An adaptation of the popular Image Comics by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard, the series has maintained its success and popularity for over a decade, and there are several spin-off series currently in production.
Negan’s Future in The Walking Dead Universe
Morgan’s Negan will return for a title-bearing spin-off Walking Dead: dead city, that Maggie (Lauren Cohen) will join an unexpected cohort. The first season will run for six episodes and Walking Dead Writer and co-executive producer Eli Jorné is locked in as executive producer and showrunner. Although not much has been revealed about dead cityThe plot will apparently focus on Maggie and Negan’s journeys to “a post-apocalyptic Manhattan long ago cut off from the mainland.” ” , danger, beauty and terror.” Fans won’t have to wait long, as the series is on track to premiere on AMC in 2023.
Finally with Andrew Lincoln’s surprise return Walking Dead the series finale, fans are now gearing up to see Rick Grimes (Lincoln) and his long lost love Michonne (Danai Gurira) take part in a spin-off that will also air in 2023. According to producer Scott M. Gimple, “It’s an epic love story but an epic and crazy love story. These are two people who have been apart for a very long time. They’ve lived other lives and need to find themselves again, let alone each other. I hope so. It’s mind-blowing. “
Walking DeadThe series finale and the rest of Season 11 can be watched on AMC+.