Do Maggie’s return and Negan’s special episode in The Walking Dead season 10 indicate her future departure?
Shortly after pointing out a brilliant parallel between Lydia and Carol in season 10 of The Walking Dead, this time we are looking at another flagship character of the series: Negan. The former big bad and ex-leader of the Saviors is going to have an entire episode dedicated to his past in the next 6 bonus episodes, and that brings up some questions. Certainly, if AMC finally allows us to see Negan’s origins and meet his wife Lucille, after whom he named his bat, it could also mean something noticeably less cool to his fans. Yep, it wouldn’t be the first time that AMC focuses on a character before letting him go.
Daryl, Hershel and Maggie – Credit (s): amc
One wonders if season 10 could be the last for Jeffrey Dean Morgan, or if it could at least be a little less present in season 11. Even if that would surely infuriate a lot of fans, there could already be a script explanation. . Indeed Negan has changed a lot over the years and we discover, especially thanks to Judith and Lydia, a more endearing facet of the character. With the return of Maggie which will be followed by that of her son, Hershel, we imagine that Negan will quickly be confronted with his past and the horrible things he has done, like for example to Glenn and Abraham.
Maggie Rhee – Credit (s): amc
It would be legitimate for Negan to decide to move away from Alexandria a bit when Maggie and Hershel are settled there, in order not only to avoid forcing his presence on the son and wife of the man he savagely has. killed, but also to prevent himself from being constantly confronted with this facet of his personality. Even if it is hard to imagine the writers killing the cult character that is Negan, and even less after the departure of Rick and Michonne, we can still consider a less marked presence in part of season 11. But it is not about obviously only speculation, and while waiting to see all that, we have already thought of the perfect intro for season 11 of The Walking Dead, the ultimate in the series.