THE Walking Dead bosses have revealed whether fans will be seeing more of a recently departed favourite. Jesus was killed by The Whisperers in this week's mid-season finale, while the others departed the series still living. In a statement read on Talking Dead, they said: "Maggie's last episode this season was episode five. The circumstances around Maggie's exit are not fully known, though it was revealed she's now with Georgie's Jayne Atkinson group. A lot changed after the fifth episode of season nine, as a six-year time jump followed Rick's exit.
Lauren Cohan was born on January 7th, Cohan was born to an American father and an English mother. She converted to Judaism at the age of five and she has four younger siblings and one step-sister. Cohan studied at the University of Winchester where she earned her B. Degree in Drama and English Literature.
Walking Dead fans can breathe a small sigh of relief: Lauren Cohan, star of the upcoming ABC drama Whiskey Cavalier, is also officially cleared to return to the zombie drama for six episodes as Maggie Greene in the first half of Season 9. According to Deadline , if AMC wants her to return for more episodes, that will require further negotiations—although she has, at least, been cleared to do multiple episodes while her new ABC show is on hiatus. Cohan first put herself up for pilot season when her salary negotiations stalled with AMC.
Rumors swirled in February that Cohan may be leaving the show , since the actress was fielding multiple offers to star in a number of pilots. In a new interview with the Associated Press , Cohan didn't discuss her contract dispute, but she did state that she left the show because she felt too " comfortable " in the job itself. With the departures of both Maggie and Rick at some point in season 9, the leadership dynamic on the show will certainly change greatly, with season 10 possibly leaving Reedus' Daryl Dixon in charge of these survivors. Given how popular the show once was, the final episodes for both Maggie and Rick could very well pull in monster numbers, but whether or not anyone tunes in beyond that is a question that may very well plague AMC executives in the near future. Source: Associated Press.