Walking Dead Doesn’t Know How To End (& That’s Its Biggest Challenge) – Screen Rant

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The Walking Dead's ending may be on the horizon, but the TV show doesn't need to end yet - it just needs to plan how it's going to finish. After the sudden conclusion to The Walking Dead comics with issue #193, there's been a lot of talk about what the future holds for TWD on television, although AMC has been keen to reassure fans it's not going anywhere for a while. Still, it's clear that the network is making plans for a time without its flagship series. Alongside Fear The Walking Dead, there's a third TWD spin-off in the works and a trilogy of movies featuring Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes. The Walking Dead, meanwhile, is about to enter its tenth season, which is a long run for a cable drama, and its ending is going to come sooner rather than later. Continue scrolling to keep reading Click the button below to start this article in quick view. Start now Related: How The Walking Dead Comics Were Originally Supposed To End While its variations in quality and decline in ratings have led to suggestions The Walking Dead could and indeed should be canceled, that isn't necessarily going to help things. ....

Compounding matters in this regard is that the principal cast members keep leaving: Andrew Lincoln has gone; Lauren Cohan (Maggie Rhee) left already too, and will likely return but only part-time; Danai Gurira (Michonne) will exit in season 10. They aren't just minor departures, but key characters whose journeys have lasted almost as long as the show, and it's harder to continue on without them. It still has other key figures such as Norman Reedus' Daryl and Michelle McBride's Carol, but beyond them there will soon be a lack of beloved, well-developed characters. On top of that, The Walking Dead has just two years of comics material left. Ending somewhere around the season 11 or 12 mark would seem to make a lot of sense from its current position, giving the long-running series roughly 3 years left on the air. The Walking Dead Doesn't Need To End Just Yet It's tempting to look at the various factors that've affected The Walking Dead in the past few years - the decline in ratings, the departure of significant cast members, and now the comics ending - and determine that it'd be better if the show simply ended. Indeed, there have ....

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