The Walking Dead has had a tough couple of seasons with many of the characters leaving and dying.
One of the biggest shocks to the system has been the exit of Maggie Rhee (played by Lauren Cohan) back in season nine.
Maggie’s exit was somehow brushed off during the exit of Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) who was shipped off in a helicopter for some reason.
Since then fans have been convinced she will return to the show later on – with Maggie star Lauren speaking about her return publicly now and then.
And she’s back at it again, as Lauren recently spoke to Collider about her new Whiskey Cavalier – and Maggie Rhee’s return.
On acting in her new show compared to The Walking Dead, Lauren explained: “I miss those dramatic moments, where everything is life and death, but that’s the beauty of swimming in and out of different arenas of writing.”
Despite the changes between acting jobs, Lauren also went on to hint at her character’s return.
She continued: “Lucky for me, I haven’t actually said goodbye to any of these things.
“I feel really, really lucky ‘cause, rest assured, the Maggie story is not finished. It’s still very exciting.”
The “Maggie story” is currently shrouded in secrecy as her character’s whereabouts have not been alluded to at all.
But the final episode of season nine heard what sounded like a woman’s voice over the radio – could this have been Maggie?
While it has been rumoured Maggie ventured to another community with Georgie (Jayne Atkinson), could Maggie be ready to return now that things have changed once again?
Last season reportedly saw the worst figures for the show yet, but Aaron actor Ross Marquand seems to think that won’t stop the post-apocalyptic show.
Speaking to Heart FM he explained: “We already have Fear the Walking Dead, but there’s already talk of a second spin-off which would be amazing.
“I don’t know how it’s going to look. There’s rumours right now, so I don’t know if it’s actually going to happen. But I would love that.
“It’s like Star Trek. It will go on for like 30 years, hopefully.
“That would be great. The fans like it. It’s a universally loved show because it deals with themes that everyone can relate to.”
But with Maggie’s arrival still up in the air, she may not be around to see the Star Trek levels of seasons.
And as more cast members leave the show, Maggie may return to an empty community.
The Walking Dead season 10 will return in October on AMC.
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