The Walking Dead: here's why Andrew Lincoln regrets leaving the series too soon
In Entertainment Weekly magazine, Norman Reedus revealed that his friend and ex-colleague from The Walking Dead series, Andrew Lincoln, would have some small regrets about his early departure from the show ...
Mister he regret? Andrew Lincoln would have confessed to having left at the wrong time of the apocalyptic show. According to Norman Reedus, the former star actor of The Walking Dead would have some small regrets about his departure from the fiction of the American chain AMC. In Entertainment Weekly magazine, the one who has played Daryl Dixon since the start of the series reveals: "It's funny because I spoke to Andy (Andrew Lincoln, note) the other day. He told me: 'J "I chose the wrong time to leave the show because it's so good right now." I said to myself, "Yes, you did it, man. You chose the wrong time to leave". A bit of a mockery for Norman, right? It must be said that since the change of showrunner for season 9, the quality is again at the rendezvous in The Walking Dead!
As a reminder, Andrew Lincoln chose to leave The Walking Dead to be closer to his family. It was in the middle of season 9 (which will end on Sunday March 31 in the United States and the next day with us in France on OCS), that the actor said goodbye to his character, Rick Grimes. A radical decision that pained many fans of fiction. So now that he has regrets, could he one day make his comeback in the show? Because yes, the writers of the series have left doubt as to "disappearance". Understand that Rick Grimes is not seen dying on the screen. It would, in any case, be a big turnaround!