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The Walking Dead star Lauren Cohan reveals Maggie’s spin-off didn’t always include Negan

While The Walking Dead will come to an end this year, the stories of Maggie Rhee and Negan Smith will live on in one of the series’ upcoming spin-offs. But this has not always been the case.

Lauren Cohan, who has played Maggie since her Season 2 debut in 2011, revealed in a recent interview with ComicBook that the character’s plans for the Manhattan-based spinoff didn’t always include Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). The idea only came about while the cast and crew were filming the final episodes of the landmark series.

“I know there’s always three, maybe four options for Maggie’s type of spin-off. There’s a lot of ideas floating around for Maggie or Negan,” he explained. [writer-producer] Eli Jorne has arrived, that’s what we’re going to shoot for the first season of Isle of the Dead. It was a really powerful and very interesting way for fans to see these characters continue.

The 11th and final season of The Walking Dead is split into three super-sized 24-hour episodes. The first was released between August 2021 and October, while the second was released in February and ended just a few days ago.

Maggie admits she’s starting to trust Maggie Negan in the action-packed episode where Daryl (Norman Reedus) and the gang face off against Commonwealth’s Lance Hornsby (Josh Hamilton) and Daryl’s vengeful ex Leah (Lynn Collins ). saved his son Hershel. She also said she will never forget that she killed her husband Glenn (Steven Yeun).

Negan in The Walking Dead

(Image credit: AMC)

Cohan went on to say that this scene inspired the idea behind Isle of the Dead, highlighting how it developed the tension between Maggie and Negan – taking their two initial concerns beyond a place where they could be killed by the other.

“I mean, Jeff and I are very good because it totally shows who they are and where they’re going at the end of season 11. In a way, it’s even busier than we’ve been. this season,” he teased. “It’s good for us because I feel like I need to find things that I want to explore more in Maggie, and this backdrop for Isle and the conflict with Negan is a great opportunity to do that. To do.”

“I think they had very different ideas and then they drew it all together,” Cohan said. “And what looks most appealing and what we think fans will be most excited about is what will win.”

The Walking Dead Season 11c will air in Fall 2022. As of now, no official release date for Isle of the Dead has been announced. However, we do know that the film will be released in 2023 and filming is expected to begin in New York in July this year. It will air on AMC and AMC Plus.

If you’re up to date on The Walking Dead and not sure what to watch next, use our list of the best TV shows of all time for inspiration. (Spoiler: We put The Walking Dead at #80).


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The Walking Dead star Lauren Cohan reveals Maggie’s spin-off didn’t always include Negan

While The Walking Dead is set to conclude later this year, the stories of Maggie Rhee and Negan Smith will live on in one of the show’s upcoming spin-offs. But that wasn’t always going to be the case. 
In a recent interview with ComicBook, Lauren Cohan – who has played Maggie since her introduction in season 2 back in 2011 – revealed that plans for the character’s Manhattan-based spin-off didn’t always include Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), and that the idea only came about while the cast and crew were filming the flagship series’ final episodes.
“I know there have always been three, maybe four options for how Maggie would end up in a spinoff. For Maggie or Negan, there’s been a bunch of ideas floating around,” she explained. “I think this story that [writer-producer] Eli Jorne came up with, which is what we’ll be shooting for season one of Isle of the Dead, was just really powerful and such an interesting way for fans to get to see these characters continue.”
The Walking Dead’s 11th and final season is a supersized one, and at 24 episodes, has been split into three parts. The first aired between August 2021 and October, while the second premiered in February and wrapped up just a few days ago. 
In the action-packed episode, which saw Maggie, Daryl (Norman Reedus) and the gang face off against the Commonwealth’s Lance Hornsby (Josh Hamilton) and Daryl’s vengeful ex Leah (Lynn Collins), Maggie admitted that she’s starting to trust Negan after he saved her son, Hershel. She also said that she’ll never forget that he murdered her husband Glenn (Steven Yeun).

(Image credit: AMC)
Cohan went on to say that that scene inspired the idea behind Isle of the Dead, and highlighted how it evolves the tension between Maggie and Negan – moving them both beyond a place where their main concern is that they might get killed by the other.
“I mean, Jeff and I are just over the moon because it completely serves who they are and where they will end up at the end of season 11. It’s somehow even more fraught than we’ve been in this season,” she teased. “So it’s good for us because I feel like I got to find things of Maggie that I wanted to explore more, and this backdrop for Isle and in conflict with Negan is such a great opportunity to do it.”
“So I think they had a lot of different ideas and then they sketched everything out,” said Cohan. “And whatever feels the most enticing and what we think the fans will be most excited about is what won the day.”
The Walking Dead season 11c will premiere in fall 2022. For now, no official release date for Isle of the Dead has been announced. We do know, though, that it will come out sometime in 2023, and that filming is scheduled to begin in New York in July of this year. It will air on AMC and AMC Plus.
If you’re all up to date on The Walking Dead, and aren’t sure what to binge-watch next, then use our list of the best TV shows of all time for some inspiration. (Spoiler: we ranked The Walking Dead at #80).

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The Walking Dead star Lauren Cohan reveals Maggie’s spin-off didn’t always include Negan

While The Walking Dead is set to conclude later this year, the stories of Maggie Rhee and Negan Smith will live on in one of the show’s upcoming spin-offs. But that wasn’t always going to be the case. 
In a recent interview with ComicBook, Lauren Cohan – who has played Maggie since her introduction in season 2 back in 2011 – revealed that plans for the character’s Manhattan-based spin-off didn’t always include Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), and that the idea only came about while the cast and crew were filming the flagship series’ final episodes.
“I know there have always been three, maybe four options for how Maggie would end up in a spinoff. For Maggie or Negan, there’s been a bunch of ideas floating around,” she explained. “I think this story that [writer-producer] Eli Jorne came up with, which is what we’ll be shooting for season one of Isle of the Dead, was just really powerful and such an interesting way for fans to get to see these characters continue.”
The Walking Dead’s 11th and final season is a supersized one, and at 24 episodes, has been split into three parts. The first aired between August 2021 and October, while the second premiered in February and wrapped up just a few days ago. 
In the action-packed episode, which saw Maggie, Daryl (Norman Reedus) and the gang face off against the Commonwealth’s Lance Hornsby (Josh Hamilton) and Daryl’s vengeful ex Leah (Lynn Collins), Maggie admitted that she’s starting to trust Negan after he saved her son, Hershel. She also said that she’ll never forget that he murdered her husband Glenn (Steven Yeun).

(Image credit: AMC)
Cohan went on to say that that scene inspired the idea behind Isle of the Dead, and highlighted how it evolves the tension between Maggie and Negan – moving them both beyond a place where their main concern is that they might get killed by the other.
“I mean, Jeff and I are just over the moon because it completely serves who they are and where they will end up at the end of season 11. It’s somehow even more fraught than we’ve been in this season,” she teased. “So it’s good for us because I feel like I got to find things of Maggie that I wanted to explore more, and this backdrop for Isle and in conflict with Negan is such a great opportunity to do it.”
“So I think they had a lot of different ideas and then they sketched everything out,” said Cohan. “And whatever feels the most enticing and what we think the fans will be most excited about is what won the day.”
The Walking Dead season 11c will premiere in fall 2022. For now, no official release date for Isle of the Dead has been announced. We do know, though, that it will come out sometime in 2023, and that filming is scheduled to begin in New York in July of this year. It will air on AMC and AMC Plus.
If you’re all up to date on The Walking Dead, and aren’t sure what to binge-watch next, then use our list of the best TV shows of all time for some inspiration. (Spoiler: we ranked The Walking Dead at #80).

#Walking #Dead #star #Lauren #Cohan #reveals #Maggies #spinoff #didnt #include #Negan


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