Comic-Con 2018: The Walking Dead Gets Action-Packed Full Length Trailer

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The British actor, who has starred in the post-apocalyptic series as Rick Grimes since it began in 2010, officially announced his exit at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday.

"The Walking Dead" dropped a sneak peek of its season 9 trailer during San Diego Comic-Con.

In an extended trailer for "The Walking Dead" Season 9, it's united they stand, divided they fall - if they can even call themselves united.

This new season looks like it will continue to mix some remnants of the old cast, with some brand new faces.

The walkers still remain an ever-present threat, as the trailer also contained cuts of Grimes and company fighting off the undead onslaught. While it may have lost a few viewers in the previous year or so, it's still a powerhouse genre show, and aimed to demonstrate that big changes are coming. Sister series Fear The Walking Dead, which now boasts Lennie James' Morgan as an ongoing crossover.

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There's no specific information yet on how Lincoln's character will be written off the series.

"This will be my last season playing the part of Rick Grimes".

I love this show. t means everything to me.

The London-born actor plays former police officer Rick Grimes, the show's lead character. For one thing, the show will undergo a time jump that will allow the show to explore an all-new status quo.

"It does make the differences between the comic and the show more pronounced", Kirkman said. Fear the Walking Dead will return for the second half of season four, consisting of eight episodes, on Sunday, August 12 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. I'm also particularly fond of the people who watch the show.

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