The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman says that he’s still a fan of the show despite its ending.
Speaking to the Hollywood Reporter, the showrunner said that he still thinks the series was an important part of the series canon and that the end of the season was “really interesting”.
“We’re not gonna say, ‘This is the last episode of season five.
This is the end.’
But there are so many things that are happening, and they’re just as important as the show, that we wanted to be able to do that,” Kirkman said.
“We had a lot of fun doing it, and I still think it was important.”
“But we don’t wanna get caught up in the fact that we did a bad job on the show.”
The Walking Dead finale aired on January 20, 2018, and Kirkman and showrunner Scott M. Gimple announced the end to the series on the AMC series’ official Facebook page.
The show ended with Daryl Dixon (David Morrissey) and his group of survivors in the town of Michonne, Texas, being massacred by a group of walkers who were later revealed to be zombies.
The Walking Dark was a comic series that ran from 2003 to 2005.
It follows a group that was tasked with defending a town from the walkers.
They were faced with the death of the main character, Daryl Dixon, who was killed by a walker while driving a car.
In a statement, AMC said: “We can confirm that AMC is no longer producing Walking Dead, its cancellation is final, and we will not be returning to the world of AMC in 2019.
AMC and its fans are in mourning.”
The network also said that it would not be bringing back The Walking Stands, the television series from which the AMC network was originally founded.
“The Walking Stations have been a staple of the AMC family for over a decade, and are still going strong,” AMC said in a statement.
“The Walking Stars have been cancelled for two years, and The Walking Man series is coming to an end.
We will be following AMC’s lead and making the most of the great legacy it has given us over the years.”