The Walking Dead's Michael Cudlitz, current star of ABC's The Kids Are Alright and one who will be forever known for his turn as Abraham Ford in the AMC series, hasn't strayed too far from Robert Kirkman's franchise. Along with the much-funnier-than-they-have-any-right-to-be commericals for mobile AR game The Walking Dead: Our World, Cudlitz extended his professional brand into directing, taking the reins for the ninth season's seventh episode, "Stradivarius" – and now it looks like he might be returning to the handlebar moustache once again.
During an interview on Tuesday as a guest on Good Morning America spinoff Strahan and Sara, Cudlitz was asked about returning to the role. After what could've been interpreted as vague stalling with talk of flashbacks and and miniseries telling backstories on favorite characters, Cudlitz uttered the words that sure as heel sounds like a positive: "a strong, subtle yes."
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You can check out the entire interview with Cudlitz below:
The Walking Dead s09e15 "The Calm Before": The fair at the Kingdom is underway, with all four communities coming together in celebration for the first time in years; while some pacts are renewed, other deals will come at a much steeper price. Directed by Millicent Shelton, and written by Corey Reed and Vivian Tse.
The second half of "The Walking Dead" Season 9 finds our groups of survivors, both old and new, continuing to deal with the impact of events that took place during the six years that have passed. Since the disappearance of Rick, many of these characters have become strangers to each other, and in some ways, strangers to themselves.
What they do know is that they are in undeniable danger. They will soon realize the world just beyond does not operate as they thought. The group's rules and ways of survival no longer guarantee their safety. A whole new threat has crossed their paths, and they soon discover it's unlike any threat they have encountered or endured before. The group will start to question what they think they see. What may appear to be normal in this post-apocalyptic world could actually be more disturbing and terrifying than when the apocalypse first broke out. All that is certain is the stakes are high and numerous.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" tells the story of the months and years after a zombie apocalypse and follows a group of survivors who travel in search of a safe and secure home. The series is executive produced by chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, showrunner Angela Kang, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Dave Alpert, Greg Nicotero, Tom Luse and Denise Huth.
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AMC's The Walking Dead airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET.