Published: Wed, December 13, 2017
Technology | By Russell Knight

Has 'The Walking Dead' killed off yet another beloved character?

Has 'The Walking Dead' killed off yet another beloved character?

Do YOU agree with his dad, William, or are you okay with how The Walking Dead is saying goodbye to Carl? Carl reveals he helped a man escape, but was bitten by a walker in the process. "Leaving Walking Dead wasn't my decision", Riggs said, in response to speculation that he was leaving the show on goal to focus on college.

"I'm taking a gap year right now to focus on acting for a while". "Leaving Walking Dead wasn't my decision", he said. It was all story-related.

The moment that decided Carl's tragic fate did not happen in the previous episode. I found out when I was doing rehearsals for episode six back in June. "But I'd like to think that the things we see in the next episode are so important to his life and the other characters' lives". "That was a big deal that I wouldn't be on anymore". I'm going to be discussing some rather big spoilers for the show and if you're still catching up I'd hate to be the bearer of bad news. In addition to confirming that Carl is not long for this world ("Yes, Carl is going to die"), what he had to say about the reasoning behind Carl's death seems to corroborate his father's comment. Here's what Chandler Riggs had to say, when asked why showrunner Scott M. Gimple chose to kill off Carl at this point in the series. Scott's way to get around that was to make Carl this really humanitarian figure and person who could see the good in people and see that people can change and not everyone out there is bad. Well it turns out Scott and the team couldn't figure out how to make Rick softer and so they figured killing his son would do the trick... yeah...

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William revealed that his son was sacked two weeks before his 18th birthday and after they were told that the young actor will be involved in the popular series for three more years.

Ever since AMC's The Walking Dead launched in 2010, the casualty-heavy zombie apocalypse series has operated on the unspoken rule that protagonist Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his son Carl (Chandler Riggs) serve as the collective fulcrum on which the story will always hinge.

"And that was the whole point of this - that I was going to hand over the revolver and let him walk off into the distance, you know? But we do absolutely know how lucky we have been to be a part of it all and appreciate all the love from fans all these years", his post added.

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The Walking Dead's most recent season eight episode, "How It's Gotta Be", delivers the tragic twist to end all twists in its final few minutes, and pretty much no one is happy about it.

As for the decision to kill off Carl - which was not only a huge split from the comics but also a slight swerve from the "flash forward" time jump we saw in the Season 8 premiere (Carl was there, but off-screen) - star Chandler Riggs told THR that biting the dust wasn't his call.

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