According to Holden, she signed an eight-year deal for "The Walking Dead" and Andrea "was supposed to be there until the end."
"The Walking Dead" cast members Laurie Holden, Norman Reedus, Michael Rooker and Steven Yeun look back over the show's third season, discussing character death and teasing the upcoming season four.
The Walking Dead actors Dallas Roberts and Sonequa Martin-Green explain how one character's fate in the Season 3 changed dramatically from what was originally planned.
Reiterating that "nobody is safe" on The Walking Dead, co-executive producer Greg Nicotero says, "We'll probably end our season minus a cast member or two." The AMC drama returns Feb. 10.
The cast and crew of "The Walking Dead" discuss the development of Rick and his team of survivors during Season Three, how the characters have grown and the introduction of fan-favorite Michonne.
"The Walking Dead" stars Michael Rooker, Norman Reedus, Lauren Cohen and more speak out about Season Three on the dead carpet, including character relationships and special effects.
CBR TV spoke with Robert Kirkman, Andrew Lincoln, David Morrissey and more on "The Walking Dead" dead carpet about the appearance of iconic villain The Governor in season three of the AMC hit series.
AMC has released 35 new stills from the first three episodes of The Walking Dead's upcoming season, offering more glimpses of the key settings of the Prison and Woodbury. Season 3 debuts Oct. 14.
AMC has released 17 cast portraits for the third season of The Walking Dead featuring everyone from Danai Gurira as the fan-favorite Michonne to Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes to Michael Rooker as the returning Merle Dixon.
AMC has released the new cast banner for the upcoming third season of The Walking Dead. The hit drama returns Oct. 14 with the first of 16 new episodes.
The first video from the set of The Walking Dead's third season offers a few glimpses inside the Prison and promises a pace that is "darker, harder, faster, deeper."
Ahead of its Friday morning panel at Comic-Con International, AMC has released new stills from second season of the acclaimed drama, filming now in Georgia.
During Saturday's panel at Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, series co-star Laurie Holden revealed she's heard a rumor that the master of horror will pen an episode for the much-anticipated second season of The Walking Dead.
Jonathan Bernthal and Laurie Holden are excited to get to Hershel's Farm, but don't think they'll make it to prison in season 2. CBR has the latest, including news that Stephen King may write "The Walking Dead."