Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) revealed that he was surprised when he heard about the “The Walking Dead” prank last year, which hinted that season 11 should not be the end of this long-term show.
In an interview released by Collider on Wednesday, the actor talked about the decision to end the popular AMC horror drama series announced last September, and said that both the actors and the development team were shocked.
The 54-year-old performer said in particular: “When we learned of this during the pandemic, it not only shocked me and the other actors, but also surprised everyone involved in the entire performance. Production. ‘
Blindness: Jeffrey Dean Morgan recently talked about the decision to terminate “The Walking Dead” abruptly after season 11 is about to end; he was pictured in 2019
Morgan also pointed out that the performers were equally confused by the decision, saying: “Scott Gimple and Angela Kang also don’t know. It comes from nowhere and has a huge hub. .
The actor who played Negan told the media that although the writers were satisfied with how they planned the upcoming episode, they also turned a blind eye to the announcement.
Morgan recalled: “I think they have planned the 11th season, where they plan to go, and suddenly it becomes “we must also end the story in some way.”
He added: “Then they put the fixed plot of season 6 into season 10, instead of doing it 16 times, we will do it 24 more times.”
Whimsical: In an interview with Collider, the fan’s favorite actor stated that the news about the end of the show was “a complete surprise.”
High-level decision: Morgan also pointed out that Scott Gimple and Angela Kang, the host of the series, were informed of the derailment of the series and many actors and film crews.
The Grey’s Anatomy actor said, “When the news reaches the actors and staff of The Walking Dead, “There are so many things that can wrap our heads”.
Morgan went on to talk about his experience filming the show after the COVID-19 pandemic, noting that it was “very weird, crazy and surreal.”
The performer also pointed out that most of the crew of the series have adapted to the news about the ending of the series, and they are trying some new ideas to attract fans and critics.
“I think everyone is keenly aware that this is our last year in terms of writers and works. It feels so good…it opens all these very interesting and cool new chapters,” he said.
Morgan concluded that he and other members of the performance team knew that “The Walking Dead” was about to end, and he was still working to reach an agreement so as not to continue making the series in the future.
Make the most of it: Morgan went on to point out that the writers and production staff were working near the announcement, and the sudden desire to end the exhibition finally “opened…all these new chapters.”He was discovered in 2019
He said: “This has become a part of my life and a part of everyone’s life. It is difficult to prove that this fact will end within a year.”
Although the main performance is about to end, the team behind “Fear the Walking Dead” is currently preparing for the release of the seventh season.
“The Walking Dead: Beyond the World” also debuted in October last year, and the second episode will premiere in the near future.
Depicted by Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride respectively, focusing on fans’ favorite characters Daryl and Carol. The series of derivative products have also entered the development stage.
In September last year, AMC selected an anthology show called “The Walking Dead”, and the host, Scott Gimple, will return to the media franchise.
Moving on: The various companion performances of The Walking Dead have not been canceled, and derivative works centered on fan favorite characters Darryl and Carol are currently being created