Steven Ogg, Katelyn Nacon and Pollyanna McIntosh are staying longer in the "Walking Dead" franchise, Variety reported.
We get an update for The Walking Dead Season 8 as three cast members have been upgraded to series regulars.
Putin, Tillerson discuss bad state of US-Russian ties, Kremlin says
Tillerson is considering the request, he said, "and we expect that Washington will have a constructive reaction". Moscow rejected calls by the U.S. to withdraw support for Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.
Pollyanna McIntosh, who plays the leader of the junkyard-based Scavengers - and sneaky pal of big bad Negan - has been promoted to a series regular for season 8, EW has confirmed. Be that as it may, nobody can deny that it was an eventful season when it came to losing some main characters, as Glenn and Abraham bought it in the premiere, and Sasha sacrificed herself in the recent finale. Nacon plays as Enid, a teenage resident of Alexandria who has shown a good connection with Carl. She is expected to appear in CBS' "Star Trek: Discovery".
Season 8 will pick up amidst the war between Rick's alliance and The Saviors. "The content is definitely going to be determining the form". Around that time, you can also catch up on the latest season on Netflix. The "TWD" stars may begin shooting in May up to November.
Kim Kardashian West's heart dropped when Kanye West was hospitalised
Meanwhile, despite Kardashian's recent troubles, the reality TV star still had the chance to enjoy herself on Easter Sunday. In the episode we see her on the phone with the friend crying and not really getting a lot of information on Kanye's state.
Among the many things fans disliked in Season 7 was Jadis and the Heapsters who drew criticism from fans with many critics calling the group's introduction "the dumbest thing about Season 7". A three-month hiatus will follow and the series will conclude in February 2018.
There's no guarantee that series regular status means these guys will have dominant roles in Season 8, or survive the entirety of the season. Drop a comment below.
Former Afghan President: Massive US bomb was an 'atrocity'
American forces have concentrated on fighting them while also supporting Afghan forces against the Taliban. On Sunday, US National Security Advisor H.R.