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www.kamagra-uk.com The "Walking Dead" showrunner Scott Gimple isn't sure if Steven Yeun's Rick Grimes is a good or bad guy. But the "It" star says series will eventually "have to decide why he's here in the first place."
"I think that'll be something the audience will have to decide," Yeun told The Wrap during a visit to London attend the BAFTA Television Festival. "'Why are you here? What is being done?'"
We know that when Rick Grimes has guns, he's not a bad guy. And that when Rick Grimes is being chased by zombies, his friends call him a superhero, not villain.
So do Gimple and his team have the answer to question of what makes Rick heroic?
"The answer lies in what the world would create if he were not a Rick Grimes," Gimple said. "In the Online erythromycin
end, there's this group of survivors, that's the big group in comic book. But the people that take a stab at the show won't be called 'the people.' It's going to be called 'the survivors.' "
Season four will pick up five months after the events of third season. Season three ended with Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride) trying to leave her husband and son before friends do. The season four premiere is set to include the reveal that Rick has a daughter named Sophia who he found and hid away for years when he was a young man working at junkyard.
A photo of Sophia, who was created for "It" in an effort to bring viewers a backstory of another young African-American woman. It came from executive producer Noah Hawley's own life, a son who was born with Down syndrome and a sister who has Down syndrome.
In the comics, it's revealed that Rick's granddaughter is missing.
"Some people have said that the fact we had time to do that and take it out of season two could be a pretty great explanation for why the audience didn't know for five months about her," Gimple said. "[There's] no way I can tell you that. But I think it's something that we have — there's probably more to it than we know right now."
"It" is set