The Walking Dead: Maggie, Daryl And Negan Talk About The Show Ending
The Walking Dead (TWD) Season 11 brings to an end one of the most riveting series of the decade. Countless fans watched the show and saw heroes and villains love, die, and face challenges in the post-apocalyptic world full of the Walkers.
Naturally, some shows just shouldn’t ever end fans think, and nobody wants it to happen. Consider then, how much harder it must be for the people who act in it. Daryl Dixon, (Norman Reedus) Maggie Greene, (Lauren Cohan), and Negan, (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) talked about their feelings as the end looms.
The Walking Dead Cast Lived And Breathed The Show For Years
Jeffrey Dean Morgan joined the show in Season 6, well before Rick Grimes disappeared from TWD. Ruthless, he impacted Maggie’s life so much so, that she’s never been the same. That came when Negan literally beat her husband Glenn to death in front of her. Ironically, in season 11, fans see the two characters working together, if reluctantly, as they collect food, and fight off zombies and enemies.
Speaking with Sky News, Negan said The Walking Dead Season 11 ending makes him feel sad. After all, it’s been a huge part of his life. Actually, he struggles with the concept of its ending. He added, “I put it out of my mind because I don’t want to be sad about it. It’s going to be rough.” Emphasizing his point, he also added that he’s trying to “f****** get the job done and not cry every day about this ending.”
The Walking Dead Maggie – Compelling Show
Lauren Cohan didn’t talk about how she’ll cope with the show’s ending. However, she understands what makes it so compelling for the fans and for the cast. After all, the writers carefully build up the characters. She said, “that’s the emotion for these people, to be so dependent on one another and to lose and to gain both love and people, and to lose those things it’s compelling.”
Meanwhile, the best-loved hero of The Walking Dead, Daryl Dixon takes it quite hard. Actually, after Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) left the show, Norman Reedus became everyone’s all-around hero. Something of a loner, with a badly concealed heart of gold, he led fans through many a disaster and stunning action scenes. Describing the ending as “surreal,’ he told Sky News, “I’m trying not to think about it. I know it’s going to happen.”
Georgia Became Like Home
For Norman Reedus, he worked so long on the show, that the place where they film it felt more like home than New York. However, being a hero in the show doesn’t make the story. He firmly believes that the cast and their interactions made the whole thing work. He noted that the strong relationships between the characters became “the glue that kept the show together.”
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