‘The Walking Dead’: Here’s How Lauren Cohan Feels About [SPOILER]’s Death

The world was left speechless after the shocking events of the Oct. 25 episode of ‘The Walking Dead.’ HollywoodLife.com spoke EXCLUSIVELY to Lauren Cohan (a.k.a. Maggie), who tells us her gut reaction to you-know-who’s death.


The Walking Dead changed the game (again) in the last five minutes of the Oct. 25 episode. A fan favorite character, who has been on the show since day one, may have been savagely murdered by zombies. Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie, reveals to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY how she feels about [SPOILER]’s death.


“We get warning, we get told, so we’re not finding out as we’re reading a script. No, whatever is good for story at this point. Maybe I wouldn’t have felt that way before because I hadn’t had a chance to explore Maggie and obviously there’s always so much to explore, but I feel really excited about the journey she’s on,” Lauren told HollywoodLife.com at NYCC while hosting the Just Dance panel at the Courtyard stage. “I feel excited about the scope of story in this show, and big scope requires big events. That’s how I look at it.”


Well, Glenn dying is a MAJOR event. As every Walking Dead fan saw, Glenn likely became the next meal for a herd of zombies after Nicholas killed himself and pulled Glenn down with him. While we’re still holding out some serious hope that Glenn will someone make it out of this alive, the odds are not in his favor.


This is what EP Scott M. Gimple had to say about Glenn returning: “In some way we will see Glenn, some version of Glenn, or parts of Glenn again. To help complete the story.”


If Glenn is dead, may he rest in peace. Poor Maggie will have to deal with the pain of losing someone she loves once again. Find out if Glenn lives to see another day (in some form or another) on the 90-minute episode of The Walking Dead on Nov. 1.



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